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  1. 20, July, 2017 Family celebration as father and daughter graduate in same week

    Chloe Jackson, BA (Hons) International Hospitality Managment with dad Billy, PG Cert Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery)

    It was a proud week in the Jackson household in Aberdeen when 22-year-old Chloe Jackson and her dad Billy Jackson graduated from Robert Gordon University (RGU) within 24 hours of one another. First to graduate was Chloe who received a BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management on July 12. The following day Billy, a lecturer in Occupational Health in RGU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, graduated with a PGCert Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery).  

  2. 20, July, 2017 Heather bound for Boston after Degree Link success

    Heather Taylor, LLB Law

    A former Aboyne Academy pupil, who was encouraged to go to university after gaining an HND in Legal Services at North East Scotland College, who graduated with her second degree from RGU this week is heading to Boston to study for her Masters in Law.  

  3. 20, July, 2017 Year of international graduations for Veronica

    Veronica Cunningham, Doctor of Information Science (DInfSc)

    There will be three reasons for graduation celebrations in three different countries for Veronica Cunningham and her daughters Rachel and Zara this year. Veronica, originally from Sligo and Galway in Ireland but now based in Oslo, Norway graduated as one of RGU's first cohort of Doctor of Information Science (DInfSc) students. Rachel meanwhile graduates with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Parsons New School in Paris and Zara graduates with a BSc International Business Administration from Erasmus University in Rotterdam.  

  4. 04, July, 2017 OPINION PIECE: Leadership Week…..a cure for weak leadership?

    Ian Broadbent

    The last few months have brought the subject of leadership into sharp focus. From the extraordinary events of 2016’s Brexit vote and the US Presidential race, to the “strong and stable” versus “weak and wobbly” narrative of the recent UK General Election, it seems that skilled leadership has rarely been in such demand, and yet its secrets remain as elusive as ever.  

  5. 04, July, 2017 RGU students’ digital PR campaigns promote Aberdeen International Airport

    From left: Jason Stewart, Jon Matthews, Lynn Harwood (Airport Route Development Manager), Dr Simone Kurtzke, Belinda Babin, Lauren Mitchell, Fiona Murray

    Students at RGU raised awareness of the leisure destinations directly accessible from Aberdeen Airport and promoted the convenience of choosing your local airport during a project carried out in association with the airport and local digital marketing agencies.  

  6. 29, June, 2017 Student Festival raises funds for charity

    Aberdeen Student Festival raised £5K for Erskine and Diabetes (UK)

    Students at RGU raised more than £5000 for charity as a result of the week-long Aberdeen Student Festival.  

  7. 27, June, 2017 CDA offers scholarships for Petroleum Data Management course

    RGU Campus

    A pioneering course in petroleum data management at RGU has proved to be so successful in its first year that Common Data Access (CDA) is offering two industry-funded scholarships for the second cohort of students.  

  8. 22, June, 2017 RGU joins the teaching elite

    RGU has been awarded a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), placing it in the top 20% of the best universities in the UK for the quality of its undergraduate teaching and learning.  

  9. 14, June, 2017 RGU researchers publish report on EU Transparency Directives

    RGU Campus

    Researchers from RGU have published a report following an investigation into the first batch of reports, filed in the UK under Chapter 10 of the European Union (EU) Accounting Directive. Under the Directive, large listed companies in extractive industries are required to report payments they make to governments on a country-by-country and project-by-project bas  

  10. 13, June, 2017 Law lecturers present on learning and teaching

    Laura Sharp and Margaret Downie

    Two senior lecturers from RGU’s Law School who have been working on various projects to do with learning and teaching have presented papers at the QAA Scotland-hosted Higher Education Academy’s 3rd International Enhancement Conference: Inspiring excellence – transforming the student experience.  

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  1. 31, January, 2018 CityLab - Where the City Becomes the Classroom

    The CityLab project ‘Where the City is the Classroom” is an interdisciplinary opportunity for students from any disciplines in RGU to collaborate with students from the University of Aberdeen, to develop a ideas, which will have a positive social impact.  

  2. 05, February, 2018 Mental Health Movie Monthly - Prevenge

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to the free Mental Health Movie Monthly showing of 'Prevenge'.