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ESN RGU (Erasmus Student Network) Society


President: Stefan Petraru

Every student is welcome to join!

ESN RGU Aberdeen is an award winning and largest non-academic society at RGU which organises Events for all Erasmus, Exchange and International students in Aberdeen.

Whether you are a local, international, incoming, outgoing, current, past or potential student, everyone is welcome to join!

We aim to provide an all round support for everyone's student experience by:

  • Organising social events and parties

  • Organising trips in Scotland, the United Kingdom, and abroad (such as a yearly trip to Amsterdam), together with the hundreds of other ESNers in the UK

  • Providing information about Erasmus and International studying abroad exchanges to potential students

  • Helping to adjust to life in Aberdeen and with housing

Please feel free to contact any of us for help and advice via info@esnuk-rgu.org, or take a look at our Website and Facebook page. If you have any questions, ideas, or would like us to organise anything, please just let us know.

 

 

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