Founded in 1881 as University College of St. Andrews, Scotland's oldest University since 1411, the University of Dundee was established in 1967 and is now Scotland's University with the widest range of courses. Two-thirds of its departments or schools have received "excellent" or "highly satisfactory" teaching quality assessment ratings (TQA) from the funding council SHEFC. Located within the city center, the campus offers easy access to Dundee's cultural and social life, while forming a close community with a stimulating atmosphere. The university offers a wide range of student support services, student clubs and social/recreational facilities, such as sport halls and computer labs.
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences (Politics & International Relations, American Studies, English Literature, History, Art, Philosophy, Contemporary Practices, Geography, Contemporary European Studies, British Studies, Scottish Studies, Economics, Psychology, Environmental Science, Town and Regional Planning, Environmental Management)
Art & Design (Animation & Electronic Media, Graphic Design, Illustration & Printmaking, Jewelry & Metalwork, Textile Design, Interior Design, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Photography, Time Based Art) Applications for the art college require a portfolio.
Engineering & Physical Sciences (Civil Engineering, Electronic & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Applied Computing, Mathematics)
Accountancy (Accountancy, Business Finance, international business)
Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Anatomical & Physiological Sciences, Pharmacology, Molecular Genetics, Biology, Microbiology, Zoology)
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The University of Dundee offers an excellent academic program. Two thirds of its departments or schools have received “Excellent” or Highly Satisfactory” teaching quality assessment ratings. The academic calendar is based on the US semester schedule. Study abroad students typically enroll in three courses for a total of fifteen US college credits.