Ramsey Gordon University in UK

Ramsey Gordon University Introduction

Established in 1750 with headquarter in Aberdeen, Scotland as a college of techniques with high quality and professional courses that provides industrial connection and excellent employment prospects. Robert Gordon University (RGU) attracted a large number of international students from over 65 countries. This is one of the leading universities with highest rate of students who have a job after graduating in the UK. Robert Gordon is developed from three main parts: the Faculty of Design and Technology, the Faculty of Social Health and Aberdeen Business School. The University has two campuses: Garthdee and Schoolhill.

About Aberdeen City

Named "Oil Capital of Europe" or "Energy Capital of Europe", Aberdeen is one of the most prosperous, vibrant and attractive city for international student of Britain. Aberdeen is the education center of the north east of Scotland, Aberdeen Heliport is one of the busiest commercial heliports in the world and its port is the largest port of the north east of Scotland. Aberdeen is ranked as the best city to live and work in Scotland, second best in the UK, according to "Good Growth for Cities, 2014".

Advantages when study at RGU

All courses must be approved and certified, course results are observed annually and provide a range of valuable qualifications.

Many course consists of 2 parts: compulsory and optional, allowing students to adjust personal time reasonably while ensuring to seize the core knowledge, along with that, the school offers flexible option for students when students can study part-time and remote study (these courses are applied to students as well as graduates).

RGU commits to enhance the value of the research strategy. All faculty and students are encouraged to research across all subjects and some key priority areas, including petroleum, telemedicine, big data, and culture and design... Also, the school expands the range of key areas, conduct some fields such as techniques; environmental science; architecture; art and design; pharmaceutical and life sciences; health sciences; applied sociology; business; social management, communications technology.

School focuses on building up the necessary preparations for students when entering the professional world by working closely with employers in all stages, that create a successful graduate profile, from creating lectures systems, books, practice, scholarship policy, accumulate work experience, position and promotion ...

RGU was ranked second best value for students living in England, Wales or Northern Ireland by the Student Value for money in 2012. This is based on average renting expenses and tuition of students at the Universities.

The school has modern facilities with support network for students include academic support, career counseling, and 2,500 computers: all dorms are networked and have wireless internet coverage in each building. The library is equipped with multifunctional devices for printing, copying and scanning, charging personal devices. In September 2013, RGU invested more than 120 million dollars to merge all the studying interfaces to one site and become the best curriculum and researching program in Europe.

Curriculum and tuition

Robert Gordon University offers diverse programs: English, Foundation, Undergraduate, Pre-Masters and Doctorate. The extensive training majors such as: Economics, Finance, Accounting, Nutrition, Energy, Engineers, Architects, Biotechnology...





£10,500 – 13,000/year

Graduated high school

IELTS 6.0 (no skills below 5.5)


£10,500 – 14,000/year

Graduated high school

IELTS 6.0 (no skills below 5.5)


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