Find out the latest guidance and information about the impact of COVID-19 on the University.

COVID-19: ADVICE FOR STaff, STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY
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We want you to make the most of your time studying with us, however or wherever you study. Studying here is about the atmosphere and feeling like you are part of the RGU community.

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Research

Our world-class research reflects our expertise across our eleven Schools, delivering innovative research solutions for business and industry providing economic, societal, environmental and cultural impact.

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Business & Innovation

Universities need to be engines of economic growth: At RGU we support industry, government, nonprofits and our wider community of learners directly in applying creativity, ideation, innovation, research, design thinking and entrepreneurship to impact society and business.

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International Students

RGU's professional courses offer close industry links & excellent employment prospects.

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Life at RGU

Boasting plentiful social and cultural activities, Aberdeen offers RGU students a wonderful study, work and leisure environment. On campus, you can take full advantage of first-class facilities as well as our beautiful green open spaces.

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Alumni & Supporters

RGU graduates are part of an influential global community of over 90,000 that contribute to the success of the university and its worldwide alumni network.

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Latest News and Events

News

Published: Wednesday 21 October 2020

Award winning response to pandemic teaching challenges

RGU won the Imaginative Educator Awards’ team category for planning and delivering multiple programmes during the pandemic which prepare students for the future needs of industry and the economy by developing their entrepreneurial skills, knowledge and mindsets.

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News

Published: Friday 16 October 2020

RGU Alumna Lucy Fisher wins £10k of funding from Scottish EDGE Awards

RGU graduate Lucy Fisher who created Knit It – an innovative platform which offers digital knitting patterns, tools, tutorials and more – has won £10,000 of funding from Scottish EDGE.

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News

Published: Friday 09 October 2020

Social media and lockdown – problem or opportunity?

Sarah Pedersen, Professor of Communication and Media at RGU's School of Creative and Cultural Business, explores how social media has been used during lockdown – and has its use been problematic or helpful?

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