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Employability

We have graduate employability at the heart of our approach to education, working closely with industry to ensure your knowledge and experience allows you to succeed when you graduate and thrive in your life-long career.

Career Benefits

In order to successfully get a job, graduates need the qualifications, experience and skills required to allow them to excel in the role. RGU has a 97.6% graduate employment rate, ranking it as the top university in Scotland for employability (DHLE 16-17).

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Placements at RGU

Placements are an excellent opportunity for you to gain real experience and for employers to see what you have to offer. We support students to find relevant work placement opportunities with local, national and even international organisations.

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During your course at RGU, you have the opportunity to build your international awareness through studying or working abroad for a semester. You could travel to another university around the world and experience learning in a whole new environment. These experiences help you stand out, and allow you to build your confidence, overcome new challenges & demonstrate global citizenship.

During your course at RGU, you have the opportunity to build your international awareness through studying or working abroad for a semester. You could travel to another university around the world and experience learning in a whole new environment. These experiences help you stand out, and allow you to build your confidence, overcome new challenges & demonstrate global citizenship.

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News

Published: Thursday 04 June 2020

RGU leads the way as the first university in Scotland to offer SIE accreditation

RGU is leading the way in producing innovative thinking students as it becomes the first university in Scotland to be awarded Scottish Innovative Student Award (SISA) self-accreditation status from the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE).

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News

Published: Thursday 30 April 2020

Scottish creatives receive support through new RGU short course

A group of 20 creatives from across Scotland are the first to be involved in a brand new, fully funded short course at RGU, supporting them through the challenges of COVID-19 and beyond.

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News

Published: Wednesday 04 March 2020

Graduate Apprenticeship in Shetland - a degree of remoteness

RGU’s approach to Graduate Apprenticeships (GAs) allows the university to deliver its programmes in areas far beyond its Garthdee campus. The university works with businesses from a range of sectors covering the length and breadth of Scotland.

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