Your future with us

We want you to make the most of your time studying with us, however or wherever you study. Studying here is about the atmosphere and feeling like you are part of the RGU community.

“I have loved studying at Robert Gordon University. It has really helped to prepare me for the job market and I’m now looking forward to the next chapter in my life.”

Andrew Leonard Computer Science BSc (Hons)

Top in Scotland for four subjects & for graduate prospects

RGU has been ranked first for four courses in Scotland - health professions; journalism; architecture; and pharmacy - while securing top place for graduate prospects.

More on the 2017 Guardian University Guide

Student Profiles

Meet some of our students, get a real insight into student life and why they chose RGU.

Student Profile - Emma Huby

Emma Huby

Bachelor of Midwifery
From Elgin, Scotland

Student Profile - Grant Russell

Grant Russell

BSc MArch Architecture
From Ayr, Scotland

Student Profile - Neha Porwal

Neha Porwal

MSc Drilling and Well Engineering
From Mumbai, India

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  1. 16, November, 2017 Gray’s School of Art collaborates with Montrose Rope & Sail to support diversification

    Josie Steed and Neil Paton

    Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art is joining forces with Angus-based design and manufacturers, Montrose Rope & Sail, as the company looks to break into new high-end markets.  

  2. 09, November, 2017 RGU student awarded David Young memorial prize

    GHA Award winner

    A quantity surveying graduate of Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded an annual prize in memory of a former chairman of Grampian Housing Association.  

  3. 09, November, 2017 Aberdeen Weaver Incorporation announces 2017 awards for Gray’s students

    Weavers Award

    A historic North-East trade body last night hosted an award presentation in honour of the talented students at Robert Gordon University's (RGU) Gray’s School of Art.  

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  1. 27, September, 2017 CityLab! "Where the City Becomes the Classroom”

    The CityLab project ‘Where the City is the Classroom” is an interdisciplinary opportunity for students from any disciplines in RGU to collaborate with students from the University of Aberdeen, to develop a ideas, which will have a positive social impact.  

  2. 27, November, 2017 One RGU Many Nations

    One RGU Many Nations

    The aim of this event “ONE RGU MANY NATIONS” is to create a cultural awareness, bringing together different Cultures and celebrate Diversity at RGU with performances, food tasting, displays, information stalls, and much more.  

  3. 29, November, 2017 Visit Afternoon

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Your chance in November 2017 to experience what it is like to be an undergraduate student at Robert Gordon University.