University of Dundee
Heading towards the vision of becoming Scotland’s leading university, University of Dundee provides world-leading teaching, an unbeatable student experience and fantastic support. The University of Dundee is organized into ten schools comprising of multiple disciplines. A few include school business, dentistry, school of humanities and school of medicine. Moreover, all these schools have associations with established research centers or unit.
University of Dundee is not just about studies as they understand students need a break too. Having sports clubs under the Dundee University, students can choose to either join archery, athletics, judo, karate and many more.
Just a short journey from the main campus, there is a university-owned Botanic Garden that is a home to a wide range of plants in which it is the perfect place for a relaxing stroll.
Not just that, there is so much to do in Dundee and the surrounding areas. With beautiful coastline and beaches located just a few miles from Dundee city-center and tranquil countryside walks and trails students can look forward to experiencing the best of a contemporary, cultural city whilst also enjoying some great outdoors experiences – during the weekend.
- Top Ranked in Scotland
- 11th in the UK (The Guardian University Guide, 2020)
- Prestigious Gold award- Teaching Excellence Framework 2017
- Ranked among UK top 5 for student satisfaction
- Rated no.1 in Scotland for student experience for 6 years running
- Ranked 4th in the UK by 2017 International Student Barometer
Duration: 5 years | Fees: Range – £34,650 ~ £36, 482 | Intake: September 2020
In each academic year, around 160 students are admitted to the University of Dundee for its medicine course. Here, it exposes you to the real world, having to interact with actual patients in the early of the course itself. The first three years will prepare you for a better understanding of body systems, examining normal and abnormal function before exploring clinical cases. Things get more interesting after pre-clinical years when you have the option to intercalate and gain a BMSc in a range of subjects. In addition to that, you will be based at the Ninewells Hospital, Dundee throughout your whole studies.
- Global Director
- Chief Executive
- General Manager
- Finance Director
- Programme Manager
- Business Consultant
Duration: 1 year | Fees: Range- £18,150 ~ £19,057 | Intakes: September 2020
Dundee’s Forensic Medicine BMSc develops your knowledge in the area of medicine related to the legal system. Learn how medicine and science can be applied to the investigation of death and crime and the legal implications this has. In addition to that, you will be based at our city campus and at Dundee’s police mortuary where you will have the
opportunity to observe post-mortems and be taught by case-active forensic medicine specialists.
The wide range nature of this course allows you to work in forensic
pathology or medicine or in branches of medicine where victims of abuse are regularly encountered – for example, emergency medicine, general practice or pediatrics.
The major challenges confronting society are complex and interdisciplinary, and current solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s intractable problems are not working. This complexity requires a different type of professional; one who is equipped to work in a very different and collaborative way to find new solutions. Our Professional Doctorate Programme will help you to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes required to fulfil this role.
We are bringing together academic experts from across the University to provide you with interdisciplinary learning, teaching and research, thereby enabling you to transcend boundaries and lead applied research that will help you transform lives and tackle complex challenges in unique ways.
With over 40 years of internationally renowned distance learning experience, we are well placed to support your learning on and off campus.
Duration: 5 years | Fees: £33,985 ~ £35,684 (1st Year), £46,885~£49,299 /yr (Remaining 4 years) | Intake: September
Dentists care for people’s oral health by preventing disease, promoting healthy lifestyles, and when necessary treating diseases of the soft tissues of the mouth as well as the teeth and gums.
As a future dentist, you need a caring attitude, good scientific knowledge and understanding, technical skills, and the ability to communicate well.
Our curriculum will encourage you to learn in an interactive and creative way in a supportive environment.
From the very beginning you learn the fundamentals of the sciences that underpin dentistry and how they apply to clinical situations. You’ll be able to put your new skills into practice in a clinical environment.
By the end of the first semester you will be ready to meet your first patients, communicate professionally with them, understand their health issues, and prepare for starting simple clinical dental procedures in semester two.
There are many innovative features of studying in Dundee, for example, you can work with Thiel cadavers. The Thiel method of embalming preserves cadavers with life-like flexibility and tissue quality.
You will be able to take part in research projects through summer internships and participate in the Dental Wiki project.
In the annual Discovery Week you can explore a topic of your own choice. You may choose to build on this through an elective study that can include travelling to see dentistry in a different culture.
The Dental School is situated in the heart of the Main University Campus, and therefore Dental postgraduate students are in close proximity with researchers and research opportunities in other parts of the University, as well as to library, recreational, culinary and sports facilities.
Dental postgraduate students in Dundee benefit from exposure to cutting edge research in a well established research environment throughout their period of study. There are also excellent clinical facilities for those students undertaking taught clinical programmes. Postgraduate students from many parts of the world work in a close knit, integrated environment within the school with an active research culture & research opportunities including seminars, invited lectures and generic skills courses.
The Dental School in Dundee offers 4 taught postgraduate programmes for you to join. These include:
- MDSc in Prosthodontics
- MFOdont in Forensic Odontology
- MSc in Orthodontics
- MDPH in Dental Public Health.
The MFOdont and MDPH and are delivered jointly with colleagues across the School. W
Any aspect of life sciences will require the understanding of biology key theories, from molecular level right up to full body systems and beyond. Luckily at University of Dundee, the first two years explore core concepts like genetics, cell biology, biological organization, molecular mechanisms and processes. Here, you will be able to develop your practical skills, including laboratory skills, data analysis, designing experiments, etc.
Duration: 4 Years (Additional 1 Year for work placement) | Fees: Range – £21,950 ~ £ 23,047 | Intakes: September 2020
- Biochemistry BSc (Hons)
- Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery BSc (Hons) / (with a year in
- Biological Sciences BSc (Hons) / (with a year in industry)
- Molecular Biology BSc (Hons)
- Molecular Genetics BSc (Hons)
- Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons) / (with a year in industry) BSc (Hons)
- Neuroscience BSc (Hons)
- Pharmacology BSc (Hons)
- Physiological Sciences BSc (Hons)
Duration: 1 years | Fees: Range £15,000 ~ 16,400* | Intakes: September 2020
- MSci Biochemistry
- MSci Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery
- MSci Biological Sciences
- MSci Biological Sciences (Bioinformatics)
- MSci Biological Sciences (Plant Sciences)
- MSci Biomedical Sciences
- MSci Molecular Biology
- MSci Molecular Genetics
- MSci Microbiology
- MSci Neuroscience
- MSci Pharmacology
- MSci Physiological Sciences
Study Architecture & Urban Planning in Dundee, a recognized UNESCO as City of Design. You can enhance your career opportunities with Dundee, the only university in Scotland that combines Architecture and Urban Planning. It broadens the potential routes to employment for graduates and developing a new kind of hybrid professional responsive to the changing nature of the construction industry and the built environment professions
Duration: 5 Years | Fees: £18,150~ £19,057 per year | Intakes: September 2020
- Architecture MArch (Hons)
- Architecture – ARB/RIBA Part 2 MArch (Hons)
- Architecture with Urban Planning – ARB/RIBA Part 2 MArch (Hons)
- Environmental Sustainability MA (Hons)
- Environmental Sustainability and Geography MA (Hons)
- Urban Planning MA (Hons)
Duration: 1 year | Fees: £18, 150~ £19,057 per year of study | Intakes: January/ September
- Spatial Planning with Environmental Assessment MSc
- Spatial Planning with Geographic Information Systems MSc
- Spatial Planning with Marine Spatial Planning MSc
- Spatial Planning with Sustainable Urban Design MSc
- Spatial Planning with Urban Conservation MSc
|Academic Excellence RUK Scholarship 2020/21||£5,000/yr|
|Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarship||Up to £25,000|
|Humanitarian Scholarship||up to £38,500|
|Alumni Scholarship 2020/21||£3,000|
|Al-Maktoum College Living Support Scholarship||£5,000|
|Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship||1 Year Tuition Fees|
|Global Excellence Postgraduate Taught Scholarship||£5,000|
|Al-Maktoum Scholarship (MSc Islamic Finance)||Full tuition fees|
*Note: The indicated course fees is per annum based and based on completing a standard full time study load. Fees may increase yearly.