Robert Gordon University has a proud history of entrepreneurship dating back to our founder, social philanthropist, and trader Robert Gordon. Students studying on courses ranging from business and management, to art, and architecture benefit from enterprise education embedded in the curriculum. Our professionally focused courses integrate with live client projects, idea generation competitions and business training into students learning experiences. All academic schools embrace enterprise teaching across their degree programmes. Aberdeen Business School, the Times Higher Education Business School of the Year 2020 delivers an MSc in Business Innovation & entrepreneurship. Beyond the core curriculum the university’s award-winning Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group provide extra-curricular entrepreneurship opportunities from accelerator programmes, guest speaker events, access to co-working space, training programmes, resources and more to support students, staff and alumni to prepare for the future and launch successful innovations.
Further information on initiatives can be found at www.rgu.ac.uk/innovation
Contact the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group on firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @RGUInnovation on Twitter or Instagram