The University Communications Office is interested to hear from graduates with an interesting story to tell about their 'student journey'.
Have you worked full-time whilst supporting a family and achieved a degree from the University? Are you the first in your family ever to have attended University? Or have you landed the job of your dreams, as a result of your achievements at the University? Whatever your story we will do our best to place it in your local newspaper and make sure you receive copies.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your stories prior to graduation.
Photographs will be taken on the day of graduation for use in the press and University publications. We always aim to get written permission from individuals who appear in photographs, however, for general group shots this is not always possible.
If you do not want your photo taken or you think you may have been photographed and do not want the shot used, then please contact the Communications Office on (01224) 262210.
If you think your photo was taken and you would like a copy we will happily send it to you free of charge.
16, July, 2013 Roving reporter Kirstie graduates with Masters in Journalism
Working as a press and PR intern at Stella McCartney in London made Kirstie Ross realise she wanted to study journalism.
16, July, 2013 Proud day for Elgin graduate Chris and family
For Chris Duncan (22), from Elgin, knowing that his dad would be there to watch him graduate made the occasion extra special.
16, July, 2013 Leslie adds MBA to impressive list of degree qualifications
Leslie Moyo graduated with an MBA in Oil and Gas Management from Robert Gordon University's Aberdeen Business School on Wednesday July 10 at 2.30pm.
16, July, 2013 PhD joy for overseas student
Emmanuel Emelogu, originally from Nigeria, was awarded a scholarship to undertake a PhD in Environmental Analytical Sciences and Ecotoxicology.
16, July, 2013 Madeleine masters project management
Madeleine Marcella graduated with her second degree from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and was watched proudly from across the stage by her mum, Dean of the University's Aberdeen Business School, Professor Rita Marcella.