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Unlock your Creativity Showreel

This showreel was created for a recent marketing event for the School. It was created by one of our recent graduates Jamie McDonald (Jamie@sundancestudios.co.uk) and features work created by 3rd and 4th year students from Robert Gordon University. Jamie was also part of the showreel put together for Applicants day in April 2012. View that […]

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MSc Newsletter June 2012

The June edition of the MSc Newsletter is now out. Click the link below to take you to the PDF MSc Newsletter June 2012 [PDF] To view other MSc newsletters click on this link here to view the archive

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First Prize win for Wuraola

We are proud to announce that Wuraola Jinadu in the MSc Computing Information Engineering  Jan 2011 class won First Prize for her poster at the BCS Women Lovelace Colloquium in Bath. The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is a national one-day conference for women students in computing and related subjects. BCSWomen is a BCS Specialist Group that provides […]

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Sammy receiving his award for best computing society.

Student Achievement Awards Ball win for Sammy

On Friday 30th March, the RGU Union held their annual Student Achievement Awards Ball. At the event, Sammy Hegab picked up the New Society of the Year Trophy For the School of Computing’s Software Development Society   The SDS consists of weekly free seminars to members every Saturday in the St Andrews Building between 11am […]

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Success in the Student Elections

The RGU Student Elections for 2012 are over and our very own Francisca Chiedu was elected President for Communications and Democracy. Francisca was elected with 719 votes after 2 rounds.   You can view all the winners over at the RGU:Union site here   The Union reported on their posting that this year’s election was […]

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