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Robert Gordon University webinar today

 

Robert Gordon Univesrity  is situated in Aberdeen on Scotland’s north-east coast. It is a vibrant and multicultural city, home to a population of over 220,000, including 20,000 students.  It was awarded university status in 1992 but has a pedigree in education that goes back 250 years.

There are approximately 16,500 students at Robert Gordon University and the university has around 1500 international students representing some 120 countries.

  • The university’s school of pharmacy is the oldest in the UK and is recognised through affiliation by the World Health Organisation.
  • Gray’s School of Art at RGU is over 125 years old and has a formidable reputation for producing some of Scotland’s top artists.
  • The university also has a pedigree in health, engineering, business, the built environment and science.
  • RGU will also offer advanced standing for college articulation students.

Over the last decade, the university has consistently had one of the best records of any UK University for graduate-level employment and was quoted in The Times Good University Guide 2013 as the best modern university in the UK for the fifth year running. From September 2013, all teaching at RGU will move to a £170m campus at Garthdee on the banks of the River Dee.

 

JOIN A FREE ONLINE INFORMATION SESSION TODAY:

WHO:       Robert Gordon University

WHEN:    Thursday 13 February 2014 @ 4pm (Ontario)

WHERE:  Online webinar in the comfort of your own location

HOST:       Michelle MacFadyen,  Regional Manager, Robert Gordon University International

COST:        Free to watch this webinar and join in a live chat

Robert Gordon University will be hosting this event and discussing the UK as a study option for Canadian College students.  Register for the webinar now. 

 

KOM Consultants is the Canadian Application Centre for Robert Gordon University.  Contact KOM for more information on Robert Gordon University or studying in the UK.