Studying MSc Drilling and Well Engineering at RGU

Liza van den Berg moved from the Netherlands to Aberdeen to study her favourite course at RGU. She has now graduated with a distinction and also secured a job. Read on to learn more about her RGU experience…

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7 Simple and Affordable Ways to Stay Healthy as a Student

There is a common misconception that to be healthy, you have to spend a fortune. Over the course of my studies at RGU, I have gained a wealth of simple and affordable tips to remain healthy at university. Here are my top seven tips for students on how to stay fit physically and mentally…

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Studying amidst a pandemic: My virtual learning experience

When the clock struck 12 on New Year’s eve, I remember thinking that 2020 is going to be a happening year for me. I was about start a Master’s degree at RGU in two weeks, I had all my travel plans sketched out for the year and I couldn’t contain my excitement. But life had…

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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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Katie’s Guide to Preparing for Graduation

It has been a while since I graduated from RGU with fond memories as a student. But with the winter graduation coming up, it is time for our upcoming graduates to prepare. Here are a details to help you prepare for your big day.

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Student to Community Health worker: RGU Experience

Most people can agree that the end of an undergraduate degree brings along an underlying feeling of uneasiness of what is going to come after student life ends. Questions like – ‘What job do I look for?’ and ‘What do I actually want to do?’ arise.

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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, I got to experience the true spirit of Halloween (pun intended).

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Best walks in Aberdeenshire

When I was a student I would take time for myself between studying so that I had time to relax and unwind from the stress of it all. My favourite thing to do was go for a long walk, with friends or family and of course my little dog Lucy. On today’s post I am…

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My top things to do in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire!

Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire has several exciting things to do on a free day to take a break from university and work.

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