One RGU, Many Nations is RGU:Union's annual celebration of international diversity and culture at RGU. Throughout the week, there are a range of events to bring students together, raise awareness of different cultures and celebrate the wide variety of cultures from around the world at our campus in Garthdee.

Join us this year from Monday 19th October for our week-long virtual celebration. We’ll be running events and activities to celebrate RGU’s diverse staff and student population, as well hosting various discussions throughout the week around the importance of equality, tolerance, respect and celebrating diversity more widly.


Events & Activities - What's On

International Student Group Launch
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Many Nations
Instagram Cultural Celebration
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Many Nations
RGU Welcomes Many Nations
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Many Nations
Instagram ‘Takeover’
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Many Nations
Advice and Support Live Q&A
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Many Nations
Many Nations Round Table Discussion - Partnership
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Many Nations
*POSTPONED* Cook Along
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Many Nations
"The Last Tree" Netflix Watch Party
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Black History Month | Many Nations


To find out more about this year's One RGU, Many Nations events and activities, contact Ross Leven

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