A graduate is celebrating after securing a job with a legal firm in Aberdeen.
Fiona Neilson, who studied for her LLB Honours at RGU and has earned a Diploma in Professional Legal Practice, will soon be practising law.
The 21-year-old, from Fraserburgh, enjoyed her years at school, so attending university seemed like the most natural next step.
She said: “I am very proud of my achievements at university.
“I’m really glad I stuck with the course as I’ve learned so much and met some of my best friends as a direct result of going to university.
“The day I received my first class honours classification was by far one of the proudest and most surreal moments of my life.”
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Fiona has secured a traineeship with Ledingham Chalmers LLP in Aberdeen and will be starting as a trainee solicitor in August.
But law is not her only talent. Fiona also learned how to drive a bus on the days she was not at RGU.
She said: “My mum and dad run a successful coach business, Kineil Coaches Ltd, where I worked during the summers.
“Once I started my diploma I was only in university three days a week so I started learning to drive a bus instead of just helping out in the office.”