Clearing at RGU- Conor’s story

We spoke to Conor, a final year Master of Pharmacy student, about his experience of applying to RGU through UCAS Clearing. Conor’s clearing story is a positive one, which demonstrates resilience and perseverance – and simply, never giving up on your dreams!

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From India to Aberdeen

Travelling abroad was one of my dreams from childhood, but I had no idea that it would happen to undertake a master’s degree. My journey from India to Aberdeen to Robert Gordon University started almost one year ago…

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Studying Journalism at RGU

I didn’t know that I wanted to study journalism until my last year of high school. Since I was little, I had been jumping from one thought to another; my options ranged from being a dentist to an actress, but it wasn’t until I realised that writing was my passion that I decided to study…

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From Canada to Scotland

Becoming a Physiotherapist was a dream I had throughout my studies, and I was willing to go wherever I had to in order to achieve it. In November 2018, I began applying to various universities all across the world. In total, I applied up to 18 international universities!

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From Pakistan to Aberdeen

My journey from Pakistan to Aberdeen started when I took the decision to do a master’s degree that could help me expand my knowledge and boost my career. There were many different Universities and courses to choose from so I consulted “The Complete University Guide-league tables” to narrow down my options before applying for my…

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Why I chose RGU

When I was coming to the last few months of high school, I was stumped. I had a selection of Scottish universities in mind, including my hometown’s university but I just couldn’t make the decision.

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From College to University

I am currently in my 4th and final year of BEng Mechanical Engineering at RGU, however I have not spent my four years entirely at RGU. Like many others in my course, I took advantage of the degree link between college and university.

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National Make a Friend Day

Moving away from home and making friends at University can be a daunting idea. Research shows it takes about 40 to 60 hours to create a casual friendship, 80 to 100 hours to develop an established friendship, and about 200 hours to become “good friends.”

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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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