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  1. 20, April, 2017 Fake news survey extended to election day

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    A team from RGU carrying out a survey to determine if fake news and alternative facts are a feature of Scottish politics have extended the closing date until election day on June 8. Initial survey results show there is a lack of trust in Scottish political parties’ ‘facts’  

  2. 20, April, 2017 NESCOL students get arty with Pester and Rossi to launch Look Again @ Garthdee

    Pester & Rossi

    A group of 40 students from North East Scotland College (NESCOL) kick-started this year’s Look Again @ Garthdee festival when they delved into the colourful world of artists, Pester and Rossi.  

  3. 20, April, 2017 RGU supports 2017 North East Business Week

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    RGU is holding a number of events as part of North East Business Week which runs from April 24-28.  

  4. 19, April, 2017 RGU and Pinsent Masons to host business breakfast in Houston

    RGU has teamed up with international law firm Pinsent Masons to host an event for business leaders ahead of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC).  

  5. 19, April, 2017 RGU students help Scotland welcome the world

    Scotland Welcomes the World

    Robert Gordon University (RGU) students are taking part in a global campaign to promote and celebrate the European and international students and staff which make Scotland’s universities diverse, multicultural and inclusive places to be.  

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  • "With a prospectus cover that proclaims "your career starts here", Robert Gordon University does what it says on the tin. [...] For many years now it has turned out job-ready graduates who are snapped up by employers." The Sunday Times University Guide 2013 

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

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    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.  

“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)

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