“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
18, July, 2016 Graduation round up: Friday, July 15, 2016
Read more about some of the Faculty of Design and Technology students who graduated from Robert Gordon University (RGU) at His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen on Friday, July 15.
18, July, 2016 Degree success for Moray bright spark
A Moray student is celebrating graduating with distinction after deciding to further his career prospects.
Two north-east schools have performed strongly in an international underwater robotics competition, finishing in the top 20 teams from across the globe.
30, June, 2016 Free study opportunity in Oil and Gas Innovation MSc
RGU is offering students the opportunity to study towards an MSc in Oil and Gas Innovation for free.
17, June, 2016 North-east pupils to compete stateside in international underwater robotics competition
Two teams of north-east school pupils are set to travel to the United States to compete in an international underwater robotics competition.
Odfjell Drilling and BP have just completed a jointly-designed bespoke training programme using RGU's state-of-the-art drilling simulation suite (DART®).
01, June, 2016 RGU gearing up for summer Undergraduate Open Day
RGU will hold an Undergraduate Open Day in June for prospective students to learn more about the wide range of career-focussed degree level courses available.
06, May, 2016 Funding boost for RGU renewable energy project
Researchers at RGU have been awarded a further £200,000 in funding to help establish integrated renewable energy systems in Indonesia.
02, May, 2016 IMechE award for RGU engineering students
Five engineering students at RGU have won a group project award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), which will allow them to present research at an international conference.
27, April, 2016 Engineering staff gain professional recognition
Two School of Engineering lecturers have received internationally recognised status as Chartered Engineers (CEng) and become members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).