It’s the end of the year and Scotland is getting ready to welcome the New Year, and we certainly don’t do it by half! Hogmanay is a special occasion in Scotland and is by far the biggest celebration of the year!
Here is everything you wanted to know about New Year and how we celebrate it here in Scotland: (more…)
In the Contemporary Art Practice course, you will be asked in fourth year to make a choice in what title you want for your Honours Degree Award. Your options are; BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice, BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Photography), BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Moving Image), BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Printmaking) or BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Sculpture). (more…)
One of the key things that sets RGU apart from other universities is its employability figures. By focusing significantly on building the skills and work experience that employers look for, RGU students graduate with strong attributes on their CV. Throughout a year of applying to various industrial placements it has become obvious to me how important it is to be continually improving your CV while still in uni. (more…)
Many of my Scottish friends always ask me what it was like to move to a completely different country, how I had the courage to do it, and why. First of all, I will let you know a little bit about myself! (more…)
Last month, secondary students from various schools across Aberdeenshire attended a Pathology day in RGU’s biological science labs. The students listened to short introductions before getting involved in practical experiments across three workshop areas. Each included experiments that would be typical in the 1st year of an undergraduate course of BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science. (more…)
Last week I attended RGU:Union’s One RGU, Many Nations that was held within the Amphitheatre of the Sir Ian Wood Building. One RGU, Many Nations was created to showcase international students and societies cultures and traditions providing food and items from various nationalities. (more…)