There's nothing average about Abertay. We are a specialist university with internationally recognised tech-driven degrees such as Ethical Hacking and Computer Games, as well as top Science, Business and Social Science degrees.
Abertay is a compact, focused University with an established reputation for working well across traditional research boundaries, as well as within new and emerging disciplines and sectors. We are committed to high quality research that delivers real impact for society. From environmental research into sustainable businesses and food production, to using computer games as creative and critical tools to understand the behaviours and structures that drive and influence individuals in the societies in which they exist, our researchers are solving complex real-world problems to fuel innovation-led growth and sustainable development.
The Careers Service can support your career planning in a number of ways, including:
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2021. Universities with a score above 4.0 (out of 5) in any of the 8 award categories, receive Badges of Excellence. Congratulations!
We offer a wide range of support services covering personal and academic matters, delivered by a combination of Student Services (SEZ), Information Services, the Student Association, and academic schools. We provide specialist services giving you high-quality, professional, non-judgmental, confidential counselling, information, advice, and guidance on issues such as money, wellbeing, disability and careers. This includes the Career Development Centre; Disabled Student Support; Learner Development Service; Counselling; International Advice and Welfare; Student Funding Advice; Abertay Language Centre and Faith and Belief.
For many students, coming to university means the first time living away from home. Having your own space can be a great experience and living in university accommodation gives you the comfort of knowing you are in a safe, well maintained environment. You are also in the perfect place to make friends for life and have great fun. We offer a range of room types across four locations, all of which are a short walk from campus and the city centre. They are great value – utility bills, internet access and contents insurance are all included in the cost.
Our recently refurbished, multi award-winning library provides a mix of learning environments to meet different student needs. The library is also stocked with over 126,000 books, and provides access to over 32,000 electronic journal titles and upwards of 175,000 e-books, which can be accessed online from anywhere.
At Abertay, sport and physical activity is as much a part of university life as attending lectures and tutorials. Although a small university, Abertay offers a fantastic range of clubs from the traditional sports such as rugby and football to the more diverse sports such as triathlon and dance. In fact, Abertay has more sports clubs per student than any other Scottish university, and are in the top 5 in the UK. The on-campus gym facilities offer a brand new range of cardio and weight machines as well as a full schedule of exercise classes.
Abertay Students’ Association is the vibrant hub of student representation and engagement in all aspects of the student experience at Abertay. They offer support in times of need, represent student views and opinions, ensure the best possible student experience and encourage and support social engagement in societies, voluntary opportunities and other fun activities.
It has been an awesome experience at the university of the people. The courses are well organized. I like the way my program adviser attends to my complains and makes sure it is sorted. I think what needs to be improved is making available the previous course materials and assignments solutions for revision. Otherwise, Uopeople is amazing I have met a lot of people from...
I had an amazing experience despite the university having a weaker reputation compared to the long-established universities in Scotland. The lecturers were highly qualified and willing to help every student, who needed support both personally and academically. The programme itself is well-designed even for international students such as myself, slowly teaching the student...
It's been a good experience with the school but the staff is less concerned about the wellbeing of students plus giving less work to students
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