The Robert Gordon University, commonly referred to as RGU, is a public university in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It became a university in 1992, and originated from an educational institution founded in the 18th century by Robert Gordon, a prosperous Aberdeen merchant, and various institutions which provided adult education and technical education in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It is one of two universities in the city (the other is the much older University of Aberdeen).
The university awards degrees in a wide range of disciplines from BA/BSc to PhD, primarily in (but not limited to) professional, technical and artistic disciplines and those most applicable to business and industry. A number of traditional academic degree programmes are also offered, such as in the social sciences. Disciplines available include the social sciences, life sciences, engineering, computing science, pharmacy, nursing, allied health professions, social work, law, accountancy, business administration, management, journalism, fine art, applied arts and design, and architecture. In addition, the university’s academic and research staff produce world-class research in a number of areas.
RGU is a campus university and its single campus in Aberdeen is at Garthdee, in the south-west suburbs of the city amid parkland on the banks of the River Dee. The university also operates an Administration Building in Aberdeen city centre, at Schoolhill. Until summer 2013 a second campus was also located here and at St. Andrew Street nearby, but this campus has now closed apart from the Administration Building, which is to be retained. Academic departments located there have moved to new buildings at the main Garthdee campus.
The most modern of Universities what a Place for Sasha and her Companions to be introduced to the Students.
This is the first time I have met a Eurasiar Dog:
The Eurasier, sometimes referred to as Eurasian, is a breed of dog of spitz type that originated in Germany. It is widely known as a wonderful companion that maintains its own personality, has a dignified reserve to strangers, a strong bond to its family and that is relatively easy to train.
A massive thank you to the roughly 200 of you who came along to our Therapet sessions today and last Wednesday smile emoticon The dogs loved it and we hope you did too. It was wonderful to hear from some of you that meeting them made your day! We raised a fantastic £322 for the Canine Concern Scotland Trust through your donations. This money will go towards ensuring that more dogs receive the training they need to become Therapets, and that more people have their day brightened by our furry friends! For more information on Therapets and what they do when they’re not taking over the RGU:Union office click here —> http://www.canineconcernscotland.org.uk/#!therapet/c1jxp