Robert Gordon University gains an impressive international reputation for providing excellent quality education.
The university offers a vast range of courses from undergraduate through to PhD level and attracts more than 16,000 students from 132 countries every year. The modern campus is located in Aberdeen, North Scotland, a cosmopolitan and safe city which hosts several industrial operational headquarters.
RGU is consistently ranked among the UK's top universities for graduate employment for many years and has been recognised for the quality of its teaching and student experience.
- Gold Award for consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for students - Teaching Excellence Framework 2017
Top in Scotland for four subjects: health professions, journalism, architecture and pharmacy - The Guardian University Guide 2017
Recognised for providing one of the best student experiences in the UK - Times Higher Education UK Student Experience Survey 2017
Top Scottish University for graduate prospects - The Guardian University Guide 2017
Information about each of our faculties and schools available to incoming Erasmus and exchange students
Robert Gordon University has an impressive history and we have the facts and figures to back this up.
If you want to study full time, this is where you will live.
The University can be traced back to the birth of Aberdeen merchant and benefactor Robert Gordon in 1668.
Professor John Harper welcomes you to our University.
On the banks of the River Dee it has the very latest facilities to support your studies and leisure time.