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COVID-19: ADVICE FOR STaff, STUDENTS AND 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: Friday 05 March 2021

Research to better support long-COVID patients in Scotland

A £296,000 cross-university collaborative study will investigate emerging models of rehabilitation for people suffering from long-COVID to recommend how to best maximise recovery and quality of life for patients across Scotland.

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News

Published: Friday 05 March 2021

Q&A with Mark Thomson, Graduate Apprenticeship mentor at TAQA

Mark Thomson is currently mentoring Tanya Geraghty who is undertaking a Graduate Apprenticeship in Business Management while working at TAQA. He recently took some time to answer some questions about his experience as a mentor.

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News

Published: Thursday 04 March 2021

Tanya jumped at the opportunity to study while working full-time

Tanya Geraghty didn’t feel ready for university when she left school in 2014 so decided to go straight into the workplace. Now, the 24-year-old has been inspired by her family and friends who have gained degrees or received further work opportunities and recently started a Graduate Apprenticeship in Business Management.

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