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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Studying MSc Advanced Architectural Design at RGU

MSc Advanced Architectural Design student Fraser McCulloch, discusses why he chose RGU for his postgraduate studies and shares his experiences on the course.

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Moving from Pakistan to RGU

MSc Advanced Architectural Design student Anil, tells his story about coming from Pakistan to RGU in the midst of the pandemic, and the journey he has been on since arriving on Scottish shores.

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MSc Information and Library Studies – A Few Feet and A World Away

There wasn’t a specific day I decided to pursue my Master’s in Information and Library Studies, but also, it was never something I had aspired to achieve. My name is Ayzel Calder, and I was raised in a rural Canadian village that upheld small town living over academic achievement. I knew bear awareness before I…

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My Return to RGU – MSc Advancing Practice

My name is Lindsay and I graduated from RGU the first time around in 1998 with a diploma in Mental Health Nursing. Here is my story about why I decided to return to RGU to study MSc Advancing Practice.

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Psychology or Sociology: Which is right for me?

MSc International Marketing student Swetha Akshita interviewed Sarah Henderson, the Course Leader and Admissions Tutor of the BA (Hons) Applied Social Sciences course at RGU. Sarah talks about psychology and sociology and how to decide which subject suits you best.

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