Postgraduate Survey

As part of the Students' Union By-election in November, you elected Obinna Ebirim as Postgraduate Governor. This role will see Obinna sit on the Robert Gordon University Board of Governors to represent the views and opinions of RGU postgraduate students.

Please see below a message from Obinna to all postgraduate students:

"Thank you for electing me to serve as the Postgraduate Student Governor. To understand your expectations, needs, and suggested solutions, I request that you fill this short survey. Response to this survey or its questions is completely voluntary, not compulsory, and confidential. Please note that this is neither an assurance that your outlined needs will be met nor your suggestions implemented. Your response will support my work as your representative on the Board of Governors. Thank you."

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