02, April, 2015 Public Debate
In reflecting on how to create a secure, sustainable energy supply for the next five decades, this public debate will consider whether we should be prioritising investment in nuclear energy or renewables.
13, May, 2015 Professorial Lecture: Fa Div Ye Think Ye Are?
Peter Reid, Head of the Department of Information Management at RGU, will deliver a professorial lecture in Doric, examining various aspects of the region's local culture and heritage.
Robert Gordon University is delighted to see an increase in the number of students from Thailand choosing to come and study with us.
The courses many of our Thai students pursue include MSc Oil & Gas Engineering, MSc International Marketing Management, MSc International Business and our Pre-Sessional English course.
Our Thai students tell us they find Aberdeen a friendly, historic and cosmopolitan city that caters for all lifestyles, tastes and cultures. Thai students generally have found it easy to adapt to the city as it is small enough to find their way around, served by good local public transport but which also has the buzz of a thriving student social scene.
We try to visit Thailand twice per year at least, but out with those visits we have trusted agents based locally who can tell you more about us, and help you with an application.
The following information is intended as a guideline for students considering applying to Robert Gordon University with international qualifications.
Please note, these are not our entry requirements for admission to RGU. The content of this page is designed to allow you to map your qualifications from your home country against a suggested UK equivalent to help you decide if you wish to submit an application.
These pages are intended for information only and Robert Gordon University does not declare these equivalences to be universal, comprehensive or 100% accurate. Please remember, this information is intended simply as a guideline.
- Students applying from Thailand for an undergraduate course with qualifications from any international high school (i.e. A Levels or International Baccalaureate) are expected to have results comparable to students from UK institutions. Visit the course page for Entry Requirements
- Students with a Thailand high school diploma or similar will be required undertake a pathway programme at our International College (ICRGU).
- Students applying
from Thailand for a postgraduate course, a 4 year Bachelors Degree from a Thai public (government)
or private university with a GPA of 2.75 or
better will be
considered for courses which require a 2.2 degree.
For courses which ask for a 2.1, GPA 3.0 or better is required.
- A grade of GPA
2.5 will be accepted from the following recognised universities;
- King Mongkut
- Students applying from Thailand who do not meet our direct entry requirements may be able to undertake a pre-masters programme at our International College (ICRGU).
Representatives in Thailand
We have excellent relationships with our education agent from Thailand who is responsible for handling enquiries and assisting you with the submission of your application to Robert Gordon University.
Download a list of our university approved agents in Thailand.
Throughout the years our Thai graduates who have returned home have successfully found jobs in industries such as Oil and Gas and Hospitality and Tourism.
We are in the process of establishing an alumni association for our Thai alumni but in the meantime we can put you in touch with individuals on a request basis. If you are interested to speak with one of our Thai alumni to find out about their experiences of studying at Robert Gordon University, email us at email@example.com and we can connect you to a Thai alumnus.
Even after you have graduated, we want to ensure that you stay part of the Robert Gordon community. If you wish to know about our International Alumni visit the Alumni page.
Most Popular Distance Learning Courses
This AMBA accredited course offers a strategic management MBA qualification with a specialist emphasis on oil and gas.