“My degree was particularly well aligned to the requirements of industry and definitely helped me to secure a job at Chevron and enabled me to make a confident start at work.”
Maurice Thomson Mechanical Engineering MEng Chevron
08, March, 2016 RGU researcher looks to cut cost of solar panels
Dr Firdaus Muhammad-Sukki is working on refining a cheap and efficient solar concentrator which could potentially reduce the cost of producing a KW of energy via solar power by up to 50 per cent.
03, March, 2016 Learn about nanomaterials and underwater robots thanks to British Science Week at RGU
RGU will host a series of workshops during British Science Week, giving people the opportunity to operate an ROV, get to grips with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and learn about new materials and their composites.
08, February, 2016 Young subsea engineers inspired to design underwater robots with support from subsea industry
Subsea UK has announced it will sponsor the Scottish MATE ROV competition, which inspires budding subsea engineers, for a second year.
21, December, 2015 RGU students celebrate scholarship success
Five students at RGU are celebrating winning scholarships which will support them through their studies.
15, December, 2015 BP award for Lauder student
Calum McGee (22), who has just graduated with an MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering degree from RGU, is also celebrating receiving the BP prize for having the best grades in the final year of his course.
15, December, 2015 Prizes for St Cyrus graduate
A St Cyrus student is celebrating an impressive end to her university career, after picking up two prizes for her academic performance.
15, December, 2015 Inverurie student ends time at RGU on a high
Euan Mitchell (22), who is studying mechanical and offshore engineering, was presented with a certificate of commendation by RGU’s School of Engineering as well as the IMechE Frederic Barnes Waldron Best Student Prize.
15, December, 2015 Inaugural RGU engineering prize for Tain student
Caorann Fosbrooke (21), who is studying for an MEng in Mechanical Engineering, was awarded the Robert Hosie Prize for best second year student.
15, December, 2015 County Mayo student picks up plaudits at uni
Michael Groarke (29), who has just graduated with an MSc in Drilling and Well Engineering, received the Bob Birse Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement at a special ceremony held by RGU’s School of Engineering.
15, December, 2015 Graduation round-up: Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Find out more about some of the Faculty of Design and Technology students who graduated from RGU at the Music Hall, Aberdeen on Tuesday, December 8.