In 1967, after a longstanding relationship with St Andrews, the University of Dundee came into formal existence. From then, Dundee was free to develop in its own way and become the outstanding institution it is today.
The University of Dundee is organised into ten Schools containing multiple disciplines, each with an associated research centre or unit. The Schools are;
Each School offers a variety of undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research courses in a wide range of subjects. Most courses are led by research, with students learning from those on the cutting edge of their discipline.
Excellent research requires excellent ideas and the University of Dundee has some of the best researchers in the world developing ideas that make a positive impact and difference to the planet, the economy and the lives of people around the globe. The University’s expertise spans from artificial intelligence to global sustainability and in the most recent Research Excellence Framework, 76% of the University’s research was rated as world-leading.The wide range of research areas allow for interdisciplinary working, enabling researchers to address many local and global challenges. As a student at Dundee, you will be part of a diverse and talented community, learning from those who are experts in their field.
The University of Dundee has some of the best levels of graduate employment in the UK and is ranked 4th in the UK for graduates entering professional occupations (excluding specialist providers) in the Graduate Outcomes Survey.
Dundee has a dedicated Careers Service, offering a range of services to help students and graduates enhance their employability and pursue their career goals.
Careers Advisers are available to support students at every stage of their degree and after they graduate, with one-to-one appointments, CV clinics and mock interviews on offer.
There is also an online JobShop to help students search for part-time work, internships, volunteering opportunities and graduate employment.
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A range of services are available at the University of Dundee which are designed to support students during their studies including:
There are four accommodation sites on or close to city campus - Heathfield, Belmont, Seabraes and West Park. All student accommodation at the University of Dundee comprises of single occupancy bedrooms, with en-suite shower and toilet, in self-contained flats of five to ten students.
Each flat has its own kitchen, dining and living space with access to the University’s fast Wi-Fi.The Student Support Team are available to offer advice and support to students, helping to ensure the best possible student residential experience.
Dundee’s Library and Learning Centre (LLC) comprises of four library sites as well as a virtual library. Located on city campus, Dundee’s main library offers everything you would expect from a modern university library, including a café and relaxation areas, group study rooms with the latest technology, and flexible, creative spaces.
The University has more than 750 computers for students to use on campus across its libraries, study zones and dedicated IT suites. Wi-Fi is also available throughout campus and student residences enabling students to connect to the network using their own devices.
IT support is provided by the University Service Desk and is available to students seven days a week.
The University Health Service is available on campus and offers a range of health-related advice and services for students. These include a counselling service, sexual health clinics and advice on how to register with a doctor and dentist upon arrival in Dundee.
The University of Dundee has three campuses – City, Ninewells and Kirkcaldy. With the majority of student accommodation on or close to campus, classes are never too far away.
Facilities available on city campus include Dundee University Students’ Association (DUSA), the Institute of Sports and Exercise (ISE) and the Global Room, a social space that hosts events throughout the year celebrating traditions from around the world.
City campus is in the heart of Dundee with the best shops, cafés, restaurants and bars within walking distance. There are also museums, art galleries, theatres, sports centres and beautiful green spaces close by.
The Institute of Sport and Exercise (ISE) offers a wide range of sports and exercise with facilities including a gym, exercise studio, squash courts, 25m swimming pool, sauna, sports fields and tennis courts.
ISE works closely with Dundee University Sports Union, offering more than 40 sports clubs, ranging from traditional sports like netball and golf to skydiving and Ultimate Frisbee.
Located on the city campus, Dundee University Students’ Association (DUSA) offers facilities including bars, cafés, a nightclub and a convenience store.
DUSA also supports over 250 student societies, bringing together groups of students who all share the same interest. With the broad range of societies, students can keep up with a current hobby or try something completely different.
Overall it is a great University and the experts in my field are amazing. Unfortunately though, during first and second year all anatomy and forensic anthropology students were put in with life sciences. This meant that for the first 2 years of our university experience we were not learning anything that we came here to learn which was less than ideal and incredibly...
I have not yet been at the University physically, but through all the e-communications made between me and the University, it is the best place I should be at
The course content itself is very good, as are the teachers who are freely available should you need assistance. However the negative aspects for me are that we are only given one hour weekly of class time and for that reason we cannot go over lessons properly as not enough time is awarded to the comprehension of grammar points etc. Additionally I would say that the cost...
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