Robert Gordon University

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Robert Gordon University

Robert Gordon University, commonly known as RGU, is a public university in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It turned into a university in 1992, and began from an instructive foundation established in the eighteenth century by Robert Gordon, a prosperous Aberdeen vendor, and different organizations which gave grown-up training and specialized training in the nineteenth and mid twentieth hundreds of years. It is one of two colleges in the city (the other is the considerably more seasoned University of Aberdeen). As per the 2013 Times Good University Guide it is the best present day college in the UK, while as per The Guardian University Guide 2013 it is the best current college in Scotland and second best in the UK. It was shortlisted for Sunday Times University of the Year 2012 and was named Best Modern University in the UK for 2012 by The Sunday Times University Guide. Analysis distributed by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) has demonstrated that of the individuals who moved on from full-time college degrees in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, 2015 were in business or further review inside six months - one of the most astounding of any college in the UK.  The university derives from Robert Gordons Hospital, a foundation set up in the mid-eighteenth century to give the poor a fundamental instruction and sensible begin in life, and the different instructive establishments which created in Aberdeen to give grown-ups specialized, professional and imaginative preparing, for the most part in the nights and low maintenance. Taking after various mergers between these foundations, it got to be Robert Gordons Technical College in 1910, then after further improvements got to be Robert Gordons Institute of Technology in 1965 and started to lead expanding measures of research and give degree-level instruction (at this point for the most part offering day classes to full-time understudies). At last, it turned into a college in 1992. Not at all like some current colleges in the UK which were made after the administration changes of 1992, it has never been a polytechnic (these were never some portion of the Scottish training framework).   RGU operates a single campus in Aberdeen, in the south-western suburbs at Garthdee. While all academic departments are located at Garthdee, the university also has a building in the city-centre at Schoolhill - the Administration Building. The main buildings of the campus are: • Sir Ian Wood building • Aberdeen Business School building • Faculty of Health and Social Care building • The RGU SPORT building • The International College (ICRGU) building • The Grays School of Art building • Garthdee House

The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Robert Gordon University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.