The annual event will see students compete in a number of sports across the city on Wednesday, March 19.
11, March, 2014 New course puts art students at centre of community
Gray’s School of Art is launching a new Masters course offering students the chance to practice art and design in an organisation of their choosing.
We are delighted to welcome a growing number of students from Ukraine coming to study at Robert Gordon University each year.
The practical and professional nature of our courses appeal to Ukrainian students, with many opting to study in our Schools of Engineering, Computing and Business and Finance, all areas of increasing importance and interest in line with the developments of the Ukrainian economy.
Our location in Aberdeen, the Oil and Gas capital of Europe, also adds to our appeal as we offer a number of Energy related programmes at both Bachelors and Masters level
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 applying from Ukraine are expected to have a Bachelors degree or Specialist diploma
- The grade should be the equivalent to a Second Class award in the UK system
- Students with qualifications from any European or International high school are expected to have results comparable to students from UK institutions.
- Our UG Admissions team will tell you what overall average, and subject specific, grades you require upon application.
Representatives in Ukraine
Details to follow soon
Visits to Ukraine
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