Places to explore in my corner of Aberdeenshire

Looking for a hidden gem in the North East? Applied Biomedical Science student, Lena Forsyth discusses a few of her favourite places to explore in Aberdeenshire.

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RGU’s Garthdee Campus

Whether it’s a stroll down the riverside or a study session on the top floor of the library, RGU’s Garthdee Campus has something for everyone. Learn more about our facilities, the history of our buildings and the must see places to visit on campus.

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What to expect at our On-Campus Open Days

Open Days are back! RGU is very excited to welcome prospective students back to campus for the first time in two years to get the full RGU open day experience. Here’s what to expect from our on-campus open days…

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Olamide’s Covid-19 Vaccination Experience

Olamide Jamiu, country champion (Nigeria), student ambassador and student of MSc Oil and Gas Engineering shares his personal account of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.

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5 things I wish I knew before starting university

RGU alumna Marisa discusses 5 things she wish she knew before starting university, covering allareas from using the bus services to making friends with locals.

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How to manage your budget at university

Who is better to offer you advice about how to manage your budget at university than RGU students themselves! We spoke to some of our RGU student ambassadors to find out what their best tips and advice are to make that British Pound stretch a little further.

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Must visit Aberdeen Parks

RGU alumna Marisa takes us on a journey to her must visit Aberdeen parks. These locations are all reachable by bus, making them accessible to all!

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Studying MSc Quality Management Online at RGU

Suraiya Ramkissoon a MSc Quality Management student, discusses her decision to study at RGU and shares her experience studying the course online.

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A guide to NuArt Aberdeen

After being postponed in April 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, NuArt Aberdeen has returned in 2021 with a series of brand new work brightening up the city centre. The 2021 festival is bringing back some artists from previous years as well as giving new artists the chance to leave their mark on the city.

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