High-quality teaching, world-leading research, and a £200 million investment in a compact, friendly campus with an unrivalled position in the heart of the city centre - it's no wonder our students voted us number one in this year's Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey.
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In order to attract the very best students from around the globe, the University of Dundee offers a range of scholarships. Find out more on our website.
With staff from 65 countries, international students from around 83 countries (making up 13 per cent of the student body) and research and teaching connections throughout the world, the University has a strong international focus.
Dundee has long-standing research links in Europe, the USA and Canada. Newer research and teaching links are being developed in South America, Central Asia, China and India and many other countries including the Kuwait Scotland Health Innovation Network - a multi-million pound partnership with the Dasman Diabetes Institute and Ministry of Health in Kuwait.
The University is attracting an increasing number of students into Dundee through its 3+1+1 and 1+1 partnership models. The University also encourages students to take part in exchange schemes. Dundee has Erasmus agreements with 80 institutions in 21 European countries. A transatlantic student exchange (TSE) programme offers students the opportunity to spend a year in North America, while Australasia Student Exchange programme supports exchanges with institutions in Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand.
The University has representative offices in Beijing, supporting its links with China; and in Delhi, supporting links with India.
Exciting, innovative and frequently world-leading research into a wide range of disciplines - life sciences, medical sciences, art and design, space technology, law, the humanities, computing and many others - takes place at Dundee, with a number of pioneering postgraduate programmes allowing graduates to take the next step towards a research career.
This research excellence bolsters the University's international reputation and enhances the value of a degree from Dundee.
Our research strengths include:
The University of Dundee is noted for graduating a high number of students into professions including law, accountancy, medicine and dentistry. The University’s graduates enjoy the 11th highest starting salaries in the UK (Sunday Times University Guide 2012). Graduates from the University of Dundee are highly regarded by employers, not only because of the high standard of degree they have received, but also because of the wide range of personal and transferable skills that the university environment enables them to develop.
Employability is embedded into the curriculum of all degree programmes at the University of Dundee, while a number of initiatives have been created to enhance the career prospects of our graduates. Dundee’s dedicated careers service offers support in areas such as career guidance, job-seeking strategies, applications and interviews. The University also has an innovative suite of online programmes designed to increase employability such as My PDP (Professional Development Programme), P@SS (the Personal Academic Skills Programme) and PLUS@Dundee (Personal Learning for University Success).
In addition to the internships, international students have access to various free seminars, which give help and advice on aspects such as CV building, aptitude tests and cultural aspects of working in Scotland. The Careers Service also runs the UK's first Internship Graduate Certificate which allows graduates greater access to industry after the end of their studies with a six-month placement with a high-profile employer in Scotland.
The University of Dundee offers a range of around 500 courses, from university-entry level to advanced specialist training.
Access the University of Dundee’s 2012 undergraduate prospectus and postgraduate prospectus.