Writing for the Press and Journal, Helen Scott, Careers Consultant at RGU's Centre for Employability and Community Engagement, discusses securing employment after graduation.

Principal Professor Steve Olivier

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been ranked as the top university in Scotland and third in the UK for the employability of its graduates.

Organisers of Terra Ingognita

Look Again, the creative engagement team based at Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have partnered with ‘Miasma’ to curate a multi-faceted public art project, ‘Terra Incognita’ (as above, so below) that will be a major part of the upcoming Wonderland Festival taking place in Aberdeen from Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 September.

Representation of RGU Student Presidents involved in the Welcome Leadership Group

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from Advance HE, recognising the positive impact that a new welcome package developed during the pandemic has on the student journey.

James Njuguna

New research into large scale subsea hydrogen storage will help to provide green energy for offshore platforms, the automotive and aerospace industries, and for household heating.

Steve Olivier

Writing for the Scotsman, Professor Steve Olivier, Principal of RGU, talks about the progress being made by Scotland’s universities to increase access to higher education.


20 high-quality rent and utility-bill free rooms have been offered to Robert Gordon University (RGU) undergraduates as part of a generous donation through the Ardmuir Access Scholarship opportunity.

Graphic image of Gray's Degree Show

Gray’s School of Art has been praised in the Scottish Parliament after a motion was tabled in recognition of its Degree Show, ‘Welcome to the real world’ and the Graduate in Residence exhibition, ‘Emergent’.

RGU students

Students have ranked Robert Gordon University (RGU) among the top three universities in Scotland for overall student experience in the National Student Survey (NSS) and top ten in the UK*.

MacLachlan Memorial Window depicting Edward Raban, designed by Douglas Strachan (1875-1950) one of Scotland's pre-eminent stained glass window designer (an alumnus of Gray's School of Art). Image by Peacock Visual Arts

The printed word changed the world, bringing books and newspapers into circulation and providing a vehicle for sharing new ideas as well as science, history and culture.

Paul de Leeuw, Energy Transition Institute

Writing for the Press and Journal, Professor Paul de Leeuw, Director of the RGU Energy Transition Institute, explores how the harsh realities of the cost-of-living crisis, global energy security concerns, the impact of the war in the Ukraine and the climate emergency continue to create shockwaves across the world.

James Njuguna

Research into the fabrication of a new hydrogen gas leak detection sensor has won £30k pump priming funding to support the safe expansion of clean hydrogen energy into daily life.

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