Aberdeenshire walking and hiking trails

One of the advantages of studying at RGU is having beautiful scenery on your doorstep. Aberdeenshire has an abundance of walking and hiking trails to explore that are as close as half an hour drive from the city of Aberdeen.

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Ten facts about Aberdeen

Aberdeen is more than just an oil capital, it has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment, history and beautiful scenery. Known for its fascinating history, unique architecture and high-ranked Universities it is also Scotland’s third-largest city. Here are a few facts you may have never heard about Aberdeen:

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My Erasmus experience in Brussels

When I was a teenager, alumni from my school used to come to my classes to deliver guest lectures about their university and Erasmus experiences. I immediately knew I wanted to do the same thing, live an experience and study abroad.

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From India to Aberdeen

Travelling abroad was one of my dreams from childhood, but I had no idea that it would happen to undertake a master’s degree. My journey from India to Aberdeen to Robert Gordon University started almost one year ago…

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Top Tips to Enhance your Employability

We interviewed Fiona Kennedy, a Careers Consultant from RGU’s Employability Hub to find out how students can build on their skills and increase their employability whilst studying at RGU. Here is the advice she offered:

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My experience studying MSc Digital Marketing

We interviewed a Management with Marketing alumna about her experience studying at RGU and what made her up-skill and study for an MSc in Digital Marketing. Here is what she said:

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Cycling in Aberdeen – World Bicycle Day

On June 3rd, cyclists from all over the world come together to celebrate World Bicycle Day and spread the joy of cycling. At RGU, we embrace cycling, encouraging everyone to cycle to and from the campus and support sustainability initiatives such as BikePad.

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Studying Journalism at RGU

I didn’t know that I wanted to study journalism until my last year of high school. Since I was little, I had been jumping from one thought to another; my options ranged from being a dentist to an actress, but it wasn’t until I realised that writing was my passion that I decided to study…

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