University of Dundee

UK

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THE World Ranking: 187

Overview

Overview

The University of Dundee is a public university founded in 1881. There are 17,883 students in this University that is located in the city of Dundee, Scotland. The University is organized into 4 colleges, namely, the College of Art, Science & Engineering (architecture, computing, art and design, engineering physics and mathematics), the College of Arts and Social Sciences (accounting & finance, education, social work, humanities and law), the College of Life Sciences (life sciences research and life sciences teaching) and the College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing (dentistry, medicine, nursing and midwifery).

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Hotcourses Diversity Index (What is this?)

DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: HESA

125 International student nationalities at this university

FEEL AT HOME INDEX
Source: HESA

2.09% International students from USA

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017-2018
Source: THE

187

OVERALL SCORE

52.9%

TEACHING

26.3%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

79.8%

INDUSTRY INCOME

43.4%

RESEARCH

32%

CITATIONS

94.5%
QS World University Rankings 2017-2018
Source: QS

267

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2017
Source: ARWU

201

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
OVERALL COST OF LIVING

£8000

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

£5454.54

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

£15590

POSTGRADUATE

£15240

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96% of reviewers recommend University of Dundee

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Chung lee, China 1

Horrible

Don't ever join this unicersity , very few good professors , we had to go through a test professor who din teach well , after several complaints the professor was changed for the next semester students , unfortunately we were graded bad, n to top it all off , they have even horrible professors next seme read full review

Don't ever join this unicersity , very few good professors , we had to go through a test professor who din teach well , after several complaints the professor was changed for the next semester students , unfortunately we were graded bad, n to top it all off , they have even horrible professors next semester , who just read the slides in italian and Chinese accents which is very hard to understand , let alone understanding the subject. And also partial to Europeans show less

Chris, Ireland 4

Best decision I ever made

I felt that the University was unique in offering the opportunity to study English/Welsh/NI Law in Scotland. The best thing about English Law at Dundee is the high quality of teaching and academic supervision. There are some really eminent lecturers and professors and it is a unique opportunity to have read full review

I felt that the University was unique in offering the opportunity to study English/Welsh/NI Law in Scotland. The best thing about English Law at Dundee is the high quality of teaching and academic supervision. There are some really eminent lecturers and professors and it is a unique opportunity to have one of these individuals supervise your dissertation. At Dundee you are encouraged to ask questions and challenge what you are taught, however in order to successfully do this you need to come prepared to classes. In Level 4 I was elected as Law School President…I had the opportunity to affect decision-making in the University and make significant change to the experience of Law students. Furthermore I then decided to run for election as Deputy President of the Students' Association. I was successfully elected by the student body and had the opportunity to work full-time for a year improving the student experience at Dundee. Had I not taken the chance and gone for Law School President I may not have been where I am today. show less