06, December, 2013 Gray’s students compete to design Offshore Achievement Awards trophy
Six students from Gray’s School of Art are competing for the chance to design a trophy for a major oil and gas awards ceremony.
Robert Gordon University attracts a small number of students from Bangladesh each year. The main area of interest for students from Bangladesh is our postgraduate courses in Business and Engineering. Increasingly students from Bangladesh are showing interest in our wide range of courses which relate to the Oil and Gas industry, and also our course which relates to public administration (MPA).
Bangladeshi students will find that Aberdeen already has a small, well established Bangladeshi community and various social events are held throughout the year.
The following information is for guidance only and should be used together with the University's general entrance requirements and any specific degree programme requirements.
Applications are considered on an individual basis and other qualifications / work experience may be taken into consideration.
Post Graduate Courses
- Students are expected to have a 4 year BUET degree or a 4-year Bachelor degree from a private university rated as ‘Good' by UGC; or Master of Arts, Science or Commerce. The grade required varies depending on course.
- Students with qualifications from any international high school are expected to have results comparable to students from UK institutions.
- Entry requirements for undergraduate courses are listed on the course information pages under Areas of Study.
Representatives in Bangladesh
At the moment, we currently work with two education agents in Bangladesh.
Global Reach (Dhaka)
54 Kernal Attaturk Avenue, (4th Floor)
T: (+880-2) 9885846
Go Study BD
Awal Centre (21st Floor)
34 Kamal Ataturk Avenue, Banani
Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh.
T: (+880-2) 9898217, 8827137, 882731
If you are from outwith the UK and are enquiring about a course at Robert Gordon University, contact us: