Visit Afternoons

Visit Afternoons give you the chance to experience what it is like to be an undergraduate student at Robert Gordon University.

Students working in library

You will start off your visit with a short introduction to Robert Gordon University followed by a guided tour around our beautiful riverside campus. Then you’ll meet a lecturer from your subject area who will chat to you about the courses and show you any specialist teaching facilities. This is a perfect opportunity for you to ask any course related questions. Afterwards, you may visit some of the halls of residence for a tour*.
*subject to availability.

Visit Afternoons are for undergraduate students only. If you are interested in postgraduate opportunities and want to visit us, find out more about our Postgraduate Events.

Forthcoming visit afternoons


  1. 31, January, 2018 Visit Afternoon

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Your chance in January 2018 to experience what it is like to be an undergraduate student at Robert Gordon University.  

Self-guided tour

Can't make any of the pre-set dates?

Take a self-guided tour instead - available Mon-Fri 9-5pm. With the aid of our self-guided tour information, you will be able to wander around at your leisure to experience our beautiful riverside campus and picture yourself as a student at RGU. Please be aware that you will be unable to access areas such as science labs and computer suites and unfortunately we cannot arrange meetings with academic staff as part of your visit. 

There is also the opportunity to visit our accommodation for those of you thinking of staying in our halls of residence.

Register for a Self-Guided Tour

Please note we need at least 24 hours notice of your visit.


  1. 14, December, 2017 Carol Service

    Christmas Carol Service

    All staff, students, alumni and friends are invited to our annual Carol Service.  

  2. 14, December, 2017 Exhibition of Stage 5 Architecture Student Work

    Stage 5 Architecture students have created an exhibition covering a variety of issues affecting Scotland today.  

Request a Prospectus RHS