Author: RGU Student Blog
Inspiration for the best spring in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire
We’re so lucky to call Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire home, and as the days start to get longer and the nights lighter, there are endless opportunities to explore our colourful surroundings this spring. Why not take some inspiration from this blog and let us know what you get up to by tagging us in your social…
Being a Research Student at RGU – Peter’s story
RGU’s research culture was voted “best in the country” by the annual Postgraduate Research Student Experience survey. Our research students are supported by dedicated staff to develop their skills and expertise and have access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. PhD student Peter Uloho Osame shares more about how he started his PhD and his experience…
5 Easy Strategies to Manage your Assessments
Working on assessments can be a source of stress for a lot of students. It can be hard to figure out the best way to tackle them to make sure you’re not overwhelmed and get the results you want. Master’s student Elaine Ferrao shares her 5 strategies to manage assessments at RGU.
Being a Research Student at RGU – Craig’s story
RGU’s research culture was voted “best in the country” by the annual Postgraduate Research Student Experience survey. Our research students are supported by dedicated staff to develop their skills and expertise. PhD student Craig Stewart shares more about his research project and experience studying at RGU.
Winning the EIG Sustainable Goals Student Ideas Competition
RGU student Palika Vithana won the EIG Sustainable Goals Student Ideas Competition organised by our Entrepreneurship and Innovation team. She tells us more about the competition and her idea of creating an Augmented Reality for book readers.
Everything you need to know about Accounting and Finance at RGU
We’ve been chatting to Alison Siggins, Academic Team Lead for our undergraduate Accounting and Finance degrees after RGU celebrated 25 years of running the BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance course! Alison talks to us about the kind of careers you may choose to explore after completing an undergraduate accounting degree at RGU, as well as…
Top tips to make the most out of Pause and Reflect Week
Pause and Reflect Week will take place between Monday 20th and Friday 24th of February. This time is the perfect opportunity to get some studying done while looking after yourself. Biomedical Science student Aimee Work shares her top tips for the perfect Pause and Reflect Week.
Completing First Aid Mental Health training at RGU
RGU student Bartek from the Law School is volunteering as an Advisor at the Grampian Community Law Centre, where he provides free legal services to members of the community. To better support his clients, he decided to complete a two-day training in First Aid Mental Health.