While at Dundee you can immerse yourself in Scottish culture (there's more to it than just tartan and shortbread!) and explore the scenic beauty of Scotland. Mountains, lochs and glens are all within easy reach, with the rest of the UK well served by public transport. If that's not enough, you'll only be a short flight away from mainland Europe too.
Our compact city campus has an ideal location in the heart of Dundee, only a five-minute stroll from the city's best shops, bars, arts and leisure venues, yet it remains quiet and relaxed and provides for all aspects of student life. This includes our state-of-the art library, Students' Union, swimming pool, gym, prize-winning architecture and friendly atmosphere.
Dundee has a wide range of high class sporting facilities. We offer campus sport leagues and events - for fun and social competition. The choice is yours of various activities, some examples are Archery, Boxing, Canoe, Equestrian, Fencing, Gaelic Football, Golf, Hurling, Netball, Rugby, Sailing, Skydiving, Squash, Sub Aqua and Water Polo.
We attract students from all over the UK and from over 80 different countries. Dundee has even been named one of the world’s top seven intelligent communities and one of the friendliest cities in Scotland, making our University residences the ideal place to make friends with some of the most interesting people on the planet! Our facilities have both WiFi and super fast broadband cable connections allowing you to easily keep in touch with old friends and stay up-to-date with your studies online.
Scotland’s history goes back over 5000 years. It is very easy to explore the history of Scotland by visiting exhibitions such as the National Museum of Scotland or the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens.
There are many castles which are definitely worth a visit, namely: Edinburgh Castle, a spectacular icon of Scotland and World Heritage Site; St Andrews Castle and Cathedral and Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most beautiful and most photographed castles in the world.