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Kirstin steps out from behind-the-scenes of organising graduation ceremonies to collect her own master's degree
Kirstin steps out from behind-the-scenes of organising graduation ceremonies

An Aberdeen woman who is usually behind-the-scenes organising RGU’s Graduation ceremonies took to the stage this year to collect her own master's degree.

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Inspiring Kate lets nothing get in her way of achieving second RGU degree
Inspiring Kate lets nothing get in her way of achieving second RGU degree

Hard work and dedication has paid off for inspiring Kate Kenyon as she graduates with an MSc degree with distinction while balancing her studies with a long-term illness and two kidney transplants.

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RGU runs in the family for Edmonstone girls
RGU runs in the family for Edmonstone girls

Working-mum Bridgit, who was studying at RGU at the same time as her daughter, is celebrating after graduating with a master's degree.

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Top author receives honorary degree from RGU
Top author receives honorary degree from RGU

Ann Cleeves, one of Britain’s best-known and most respected crime writers, received an honorary award of Doctor of Letters (Hon DLitt) from RGU on Tuesday, December 4.

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Mature student looks to construct a new career after graduating with honours
Mature student looks to construct a new career after graduating with honours

A mature student and single mother of three is set to embark on a new chapter in her life after graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Construction Management from RGU at a ceremony on Tuesday, December 4.

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Graduate looks to design a career in the construction industry
Graduate looks to design a career in the construction industry

A talented student is looking to fulfil his childhood ambitions after graduating with a BSc(Hons) in Architectural Technology from RGU at a ceremony on Tuesday, December 4.

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Social entrepreneur’s work recognised at RGU graduation ceremony
Social entrepreneur’s work recognised at RGU graduation ceremony

One of Scotland’s most prominent social entrepreneurs will be recognised at the RGU graduation ceremony on the afternoon of Tuesday, December 4.

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RGU student Keri Chapman at RGU’s on-campus innovation and entrepreneurship space
RGU A.I.Ms to support entrepreneurs and innovators through new mentor programme

Entrepreneurs and innovators across Scotland’s North-east are to benefit from the support of a new Aberdeen Innovation Mentors (A.I.M) group established by RGU.

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RGU to hold Postgraduate Open Evening
RGU to hold Postgraduate Open Evening

Robert Gordon University (RGU) will open its doors on Thursday evening to allow prospective students to learn more about the courses available.

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Industry involvement key to shaping UKCS Skills Strategy
Industry involvement key to shaping UKCS Skills Strategy

Oil and gas workers encouraged to fill in online survey.

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Opinion Piece - Using Roman law to combat revenge porn
Opinion Piece - Using Roman law to combat revenge porn

Writing in a piece for The Scotsman, The Law School’s Jonathan Brown shares his thoughts on how Scotland can use Roman law to tackle the modern scourge of revenge porn.

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Beyond Flying Cars: UAVs is Architecture
Beyond Flying Cars: UAVs is Architecture

An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or drone usually looks like a quadracopter, a helicopter with four rotors which counter rotate so that the vehicle can hover in place.

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