Apply for a study period at Robert Gordon University through an international exchange
- You must apply by using the online application form available here
After your application has been submitted online, your application form will be created as a PDF-document which you must print. The printed application form must be signed by you and your supervisor in your institution and then posted to Robert Gordon University at the address below, along with:
- A completed Learning Agreement
- A copy of your CV
- Details of any English language qualifications you hold (mandatory for Aberdeen Business School – see below for further details)
Applications will not be considered without the required enclosures and signatures and that scanned or faxed versions of the application will not be considered.
Postal Address for Applications
European & Overseas Exchanges Co-ordinator
The International Office
Robert Gordon University
Applications should by submitted by 01 June for study periods starting at the beginning of the Academic Session and by 01 November for study periods starting at the beginning of Semester 2.
If you are applying to undertake a study period at Robert Gordon University under the H.O.T.E.L. Atlantis project, there are TWO ways to apply, please ensure you apply through the correct method.
Category 1 Scholars should use the same application process for international exchange students, outlined above.
Category 2 scholars need to apply online via UCAS. You will need to pay a fee of £7 to apply.
To apply, you will need to enter the following:
- Institution code name: RGU
- Institution code number: R36
- The code for the course you are applying for is N221 (International Hospitality Management)
- In your personal statement you should clearly mention that you are an Atlantis Scholar
- For the question, ‘Who will pay your fees?’ – you should answer ‘Other Source’ and the other source is Oklahoma State University.
Applications should reach UCAS between 1 September and 15 January, but please try to get your application in early (preferably before the end of September).