College of Art, Science & Engineering
Welcome to the College of Art, Science and Engineering (CASE). The College comprises of the School of Engineering, Physics & Mathematics; Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD); the School of Computing; and the Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification (CAHID). We offer a unique opportunity to study in a university institution with a worldwide academic reputation, while enjoying the cultural, social and recreational facilities of both the University and the beautiful city of Dundee.
With our breadth of courses in a diverse range of disciplines, award winning lecturers, research led teaching, industry connections and multidisciplinary projects we are committed to producing highly employable graduates able to address current and future challenges within their field.
Spotlight on a Dundee Fellow
Dr Nick Taylor is one of the Dundee Fellows, the College of Art, Science and Engineering's programme to support outstanding early career researchers. A computer scientist by trade, he is interested in the way communities can harness design and technology to improve people's lives. The device pictured above was used to better collect community views and improve local democracy. Read More...
Lung Ranger lassoes UK conference
An interdisciplinary team of University of Dundee students who are developing a device to help combat some of the effects of cystic fibrosis (CF) have been invited to present their idea at a national CF conference.
The undergraduate students, including those studying Mathematics, Computer Science and Mathematical Biology, were invited to speak at the Cystic Fibrosis Trust national conference in Manchester and share their idea with patients and clinicians. Read More...
Fees and Funding
The University of Dundee has established a range of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries designed to help students classified as Rest of UK (RUK) fee status entering the University for the first time in September 2014. You could be eligible for all three of the funding options, which means you could receive up to £8000. To find out if you are eligible, Read More...
Pre-sessional Programmes in English for International Students
The University of Dundee’s pre-sessional programmes in English are designed to fully prepare you for your future course of study. Successful completion of these programmes guarantees progression to various degrees at the University of Dundee. The range of programmes includes a new 24-week programme (17th March - 29th August 2014).
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CAHID Twitter Q&A - 13 Oct
Want to find out more student life and the innovative work taking place at the Centre of Anatomy and Human Identification, University of Dundee?
Then take part in our Twitter Q&A on 13 Oct (4pm-5pm GMT). Tweet your questions to @CAHIDuod using #CAHIDQ&A.
Comets Near and Far - 8 Oct
Thousands of different comets have been recorded by astronomers over the centuries. In the year we land on a comet for the first time, this talk, resented by Professor Alan Fitzsimmons from Queen’s University Belfast, will explain why they are fascinating objects, and what we hope to discover in the coming months and year.
University projects shortlisted for Times Higher Education Awards
The University of Dundee has been nominated in two categories for this year’s Times Higher Education Awards, including `Research Project of the Year’.
Interdisciplinary collaboration sheds light on what makes cells robust
A collaboration between two interdisciplinary research groups at the University of Dundee has led to a better understanding of how cells are able to maintain their stability and function in response to environmental challenges and potential threats.
Professor Tracey Wilkinson appointed Cox Chair of Anatomy
Professor Tracey Wilkinson has been appointed as the University of Dundee’s Principal Anatomist and Cox Chair of Anatomy.Professor Wilkinson will be based in the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID) and takes up her post following the retirement of Professor Roger Soames.
Dundee team triumphs in global algorithm contest
A University of Dundee team has won an international competition to create software to help in the diagnosis of connective tissue diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
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