One RGU, Many Nations

One RGU, Many Nations
Wednesday 14 November 2018
noon - 3pm
Amphitheatre, Sir Ian Wood Building




Join us to celebrate cultural diversity at RGU!

Robert Gordon University has an incredibly diverse student population, with many mixed cultures, ethnicities, religions, backgrounds and beliefs.

Join us as we bring together these different cultures and celebrate diversity at RGU with performances, food tastings, displays, information stalls and much more!

All students are welcome to attend, but if you wish to become part of the showcase, email manynations@rguunion.co.uk for more information




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