Celebrating Burns Night

Celebrating Burns Night in Scotland is a tradition dating back over 200 years! Burns Night takes place every year on the 25th of January to mark the birthday of poet Robert Burns. A time for Scottish food, whisky, poetry and Scottish music!

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Top 6 things to pack in your suitcase: International Student Guide

Are you an international student beginning studies at RGU and confused about what to pack? Here are 6 things that you must consider packing as you gear up to move to a new country:

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RGU – Top 10 Moments from 2019

With 2020 around the corner, your Instagram timelines will be flooded with “Top 9” grid posts and your Facebook feed will be filled with reflective captions of the past year. Of course, we want to get in on the action! We are celebrating the end of 2019 by taking you down memory lane and highlighting…

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Allergy Free Baking at Christmas with RGU Dietetics

With an estimated 2 million people in the UK living with a diagnosed food allergy and 600,000 with coeliac disease,* our Dietetics team created some festive allergy free baking recipes suitable for friends, family and Santa Claus.

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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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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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Studying at RGU and settling in Aberdeen

People move quite a lot in the world and for many different purposes, it is one of the many features of the modern world and living in it. Though no one ever said doing so is an easy thing no matter the normalcy of the event.

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5 Things I Didn’t Expect: Transitioning to University

With the new academic year beginning, I feel it is only fitting to write about my transition from Secondary School to University!

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