RGU Virtual Freshers Fayre 2020

RGU Virtual Freshers Fayre 2020
Thursday 24 September 2020
1pm - 4pm
Live at www.rguunion.co.uk

The biggest, best and most famous event of Freshers Week returns, but this year we're bringing it to you online! Chat directly to each of our societies, sports clubs, groups and networks, university departments, voluntary organisations, charities and more. Plus we'll have some amazing discounts, offers and competitions from local and national businesses. Click the link below to access the fayre. If you experience issues navigating or accessing the fayre, there are text links to each of the stalls at the bottom of this page.

*Please note the 'live chat' element of this year's Virtual Freshers Fayre has now closed, but you can still access stall information, membership options, social media links, plus deals and discounts.
 

 


If you experience issues navigating or accessing the fayre at the above link, there are text links to each of the stalls below:
 

SOCIETIES, GROUPS & NETWORKS

Marketing Society
Paintball Society
Photography Society
Feminism Society
Go Green
Radar Magazine
Law Society
EngON
D-Radz
Peer Support
Black Liberation Network
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
57'10
IHI Patient Safety Chapter
Applied Social Sciences Society
EuroTalk Society
Physiotherapy Society
Uni Boob Team
Malaysian, Bruneian & Singaporean Society
Nightline
RGU Racing
Computing Society
CCB Society
Islamic Society
Nursing Society
Midwifery Society
Drama Society
Pole Dancing
LGBT+ Network
Ice Skating Society
Christian Union
Gaming Society
RGU:TV

SPORTS CLUBS

Athletics
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Cheerleading
Cricket
Curling
Dance
Equestrian
Football
GAA
Golf
Gymnastics
Hockey
Karate
Kickboxing
Lacrosse
Mountain Biking
Netball
Rifle
Rowing
Rugby
Shelterstone
Shinty
Snowsports
Squash
Swimming & Waterpolo
Table Tennis
Tennis
Trampolining
Volleyball
Weightlifting

LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUPS

Four Pillars
RedFrogs Student Support Network
Rape Crisis Grampian
Aberdeen Cyrenians
ACVO – Volunteer Aberdeen
Saltire Awards
Your Future Fertility
Shelter Scotland - Aberdeen Community Hub
Inchgarth Community Centre
Garthdee Medical Group
Alcohol & Drugs Action
Befriend a Child
Royal College of Nursing Scotland
CLiCK
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves
Aberdeen Universities Officers' Training Corps

RGU DEPARTMENTS & SERVICES

RGU:Union
RGU SPORT
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group
Denis Law Legacy Trust – Streetsport
University Library
Student Help Point
Study Skills
The Inclusion Centre: Disability & Dyslexia
Employability and Professional Enrichment Hub
ResLife
Student Counselling and Wellbeing Centre

BUSINESSES, DEALS & DISCOUNTS

Dominos
RGU Clothing & Merchandise Sale
TOTUM
Virgin Media
VSN
ATIK
ASOS
NordVPN
Topshop & Topman
Curry's PC World


















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