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  1. 26, April, 2017 Award success for RGU students

    Two students studying International Tourism Management and International Hospitality Management at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have won prestigious industry awards in their final year of study.  

  2. 26, April, 2017 RGU project on North-east suffragettes wins Heritage Lottery Fund grant

    RGU has received a Stories, Stones and Bones grant of £8,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a project on the suffragettes in North-east Scotland.  

  3. 25, April, 2017 Professor Sarah Pedersen: Can social media change the way we vote?

    Last week I saw something I have never seen before – someone admitting that they had changed their minds about politics because of what they had seen on social media.  

  4. 25, April, 2017 Robert Gordon University’s Streetsport initiative recognised at the Scottish Police Excellence Awards

    Designing out crime

    RGU’s Streetsport has been honoured at the annual Scottish Police Excellence Awards. The awards recognise excellence and innovation in Scottish policing and are sponsored by Police Mutual with the support of the Scottish Police Authority and the Scottish Government.  

  5. 25, April, 2017 RGU’s Gray’s School of Art appoints BBC’s Great Pottery Throw Down winner

    Matthew Wilcock

    The winner of the inaugural series of the BBC show, The Great Pottery Throw Down, has been appointed to Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art as a lecturer in Three Dimensional Design.  

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  • "With a prospectus cover that proclaims "your career starts here", Robert Gordon University does what it says on the tin. [...] For many years now it has turned out job-ready graduates who are snapped up by employers." The Sunday Times University Guide 2013 



  1. 01, March, 2017 What’s Next - Entrepreneurial Events

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to the Entrepreneurial Events which are being organised through a collaboration between the RGU Careers and Employability Centre, the RGU CRIB and Surge Aberdeen.  

“I have loved studying at Robert Gordon University. It has really helped to prepare me for the job market and I’m now looking forward to the next chapter in my life.”

Andrew Leonard Computer Science Course BSc (Hons)

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Congrats to RGU students Leonora Ramos Brebner and Peigi Rodan for national awards wins…


RGU study into suffrage campaign in NE Scotland wins HLF grant. #women…


RT @meeplelikeus: It's pretty exciting that @br will be doing a keynote at @RobertGordonUni tomorrow. Looking forward to hearing her.