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 Course 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 - Georgia Boylan

Georgia Boylan

BA (Hons) Management with Marketing
From Aberdeen, Scotland

Student Profile - Emma Huby

Emma Huby

Bachelor of Midwifery
From Elgin, Scotland

Student Profile - Imogen Sherrit

Imogen Sherrit

BA (Hons) International Business Management
From Brechin, Scotland

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  1. 27, April, 2017 RGU’s Architecture and Occupational Therapy students join forces to design for dementia

    Designing for Dementia

    Groups of architecture and occupational therapy students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have joined forces for a collaborative learning opportunity focusing on the needs of individuals with dementia in relation to their living environments.  

  2. 25, April, 2017 Robert Gordon University’s Streetsport initiative recognised at the Scottish Police Excellence Awards

    Designing out crime

    RGU’s Streetsport has been honoured at the annual Scottish Police Excellence Awards. The awards recognise excellence and innovation in Scottish policing and are sponsored by Police Mutual with the support of the Scottish Police Authority and the Scottish Government.  

  3. 25, April, 2017 RGU’s Gray’s School of Art appoints BBC’s Great Pottery Throw Down winner

    Matthew Wilcock

    The winner of the inaugural series of the BBC show, The Great Pottery Throw Down, has been appointed to Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art as a lecturer in Three Dimensional Design.  

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  1. 01, March, 2017 What’s Next - Entrepreneurial Events

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to the Entrepreneurial Events which are being organised through a collaboration between the RGU Careers and Employability Centre, the RGU CRIB and Surge Aberdeen.  

  2. 08, March, 2017 Come and speak with us at UCAS events

    UCAS Logo

    We'll be touring the country from March to October and attending a UCAS convention near you. Find out where.  

  3. 01, May, 2017 Visit to Nigeria

    Jamie Hastings

    Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen is visiting Nigeria.