Robert Gordon University has a lot going for it. Not only is our Garthdee campus one of the most beautiful in the UK, it also provides facilities that will have a real influence on your capacity to learn.
Aberdeen is a vibrant and multicultural city, home to a population of over 220,000, including 20,000 students. It is rich in culture, with a range of museums, art galleries, cinemas and concert venues.
Within minutes of leaving the city centre, you can be surfing off the Aberdeen coast or in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire.
You can easily visit one of the many historic castles in the area, the Cairngorms National Park, explore picturesque Royal Deeside and, within two hours, be in the Highlands, exploring the rich social and cultural history of the region.
At Robert Gordon University you'll enjoy state-of-the-art facilities and equipment designed so that you get the maximum from your studies and can then put your newly acquired skills to good use in a productive job.
If you are new to the city, we recommend living in university accommodation as an excellent way of meeting people and making friends.
Our accommodation is located in and around the City Centre and Garthdee Campuses.
Our portfolio includes everything from large halls of residence to single and double occupancy flats.
At Robert Gordon University we know that great accommodation, social activities, facilities and support will bring out the best in you and motivate and learning, and help you on the pathway to a successful career.
Robert Gordon University courses are organised into 10 subject areas, taught by practitioners with hands-on specialist experience.
To read about the courses on offer at Robert Gordon University, a copy of the latest prospectus is available to download or view online.
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