Professorial Lecture to be delivered by Ken Russell, Associate Dean of Aberdeen Business School.
We are delighted to welcome a growing number of students from Vietnam coming to study at Robert Gordon University each year.
Our Vietnamese students are interested in a variety of subjects ranging across the whole university; however some of the most popular are Accounting and Finance, Architecture and Construction and Engineering.
Our students from Vietnam tell us they find Aberdeen a friendly, historic and peaceful city that caters for all lifestyles, tastes and cultures. Vietnamese students generally have found it easy to adapt to the city as it is small enough to find their way around, served by good local public transport but which also has the buzz of a thriving student social scene.
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 Vietnam are expected to have a good bachelor degree (Bang Tot Nghiep Dai Hoc) from a recognised Vietnamese university
- The grade should be equivalent to a second class degree 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 Vietnam
We have an excellent relationship with our education agents from Vietnam who are responsible for handling enquiries and assisting you with the submission of your application to Robert Gordon University.
Download a list of our university approved agents in Vietnam.
Visits to Vietnam
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