Walking the Stage: Thoughts before Graduation

When I enrolled for a Master’s degree at RGU, I knew that graduation was part of the package. Just over a year later, this week I will be graduating and though I saw it coming, I have never felt so overwhelmed before. What better way to calm the nerves than penning it down?

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Doing a Masters in International Marketing Management

After completing my undergraduate degree in Events Management, I made the decision to stay in Aberdeen and study masters for one more year at RGU.

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Top Tips to Write a Personal Statement

If you are considering applying to university, writing a personal statement is your step one. It is also the most important step as it is a chance for you to communicate to the university why you deserve a place in a particular course. As intimidating as it seems, here are some tips to help you…

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Katie’s Guide to Preparing for Graduation

It has been a while since I graduated from RGU with fond memories as a student. But with the winter graduation coming up, it is time for our upcoming graduates to prepare. Here are a details to help you prepare for your big day.

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Student to Community Health worker: RGU Experience

Most people can agree that the end of an undergraduate degree brings along an underlying feeling of uneasiness of what is going to come after student life ends. Questions like – ‘What job do I look for?’ and ‘What do I actually want to do?’ arise.

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Busy Week? 5 Easy Student Meals

Coursework that is due at the end of the week, extra hours at your part time job and in addition to this, you’re trying to keep up with your social life; student life can be tough. At the end of the month, when you are out of money, here are some lazy reciepes for students!

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Spooky Halloween spots in Aberdeen!

From where I come from, Halloween is not that big of a tradition. It is just something that I watched in Hollywood movies or British TV series. But when I moved to Aberdeen last year, I got to experience the true spirit of Halloween (pun intended).

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My Study Abroad Placement in Sri Lanka

Robert Gordon University (RGU) for the first time ever, had opened the opportunity for BA Social Work students to undertake a placement in Sri Lanka. I was lucky to have been chosen as one of the three students who went out as part of our 60-day placement.

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