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.
£1.13m Alzheimer’s eye test study
Researchers at the University of Dundee will lead a £1.13million project to help establish if an eye test can be used to reveal the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Emanuele Trucco, Professor of Computational Vision at the University’s School of Computing, will co-ordinate the project.Read More...
Dundee team wins at world jamboree
A team of students from the University of Dundee has won an unprecedented hat-trick of major prizes at the iGEM world jamboree in Boston for their project to develop `The Lung Ranger’, a device to help combat some of the effects of cystic fibrosis.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. To find out if you are eligible, Read More...
China Scholarship Council (CSC) / University of Dundee scholarships are available for PhD study to applicants who are citizens and permanent residents of the People's Republic of China at the time of application. 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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University to lead ash research project
The UK Quality Ash Association and the University of Dundee have announced an extensive research programme into the recovery and use of stockpile fly ash is now underway.
Public invited to 'Make Shift Do'
Craft and design enthusiasts are being invited to `Make Shift Do’ as part of a nationwide mini-festival of craft and innovation.
CAHID teams up with sensors centre
Experts from the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID) at the University of Dundee are working with researchers and companies linked to Glasgow-based CENSIS – the Innovation Centre for Sensor & Imaging Systems.
Uni-based ski business receives support
University of Dundee-based Lonely Mountain Skis - which specialises in sustainable skis for the free-ride market - receives Royal Society of Edinburgh funding.
Professor Black and author McDermid launch forensics book
Professor Sue Black is teaming up with best-selling crime author Val McDermid for the launch of a new book about forensic medicine.
Exhibition marks lecturer's retirement
A striking series of paintings by retiring DJCAD lecturer Robert McGilvray will be exhibited at the University of Dundee’s Tower Foyer Gallery from Saturday, Novermber 1.
New solar cloud identified after space weather study
Research led by the University of Dundee has identified a new population of solar clouds – the 'space weather’ that is generated by the Sun and thrown across the solar system.
CAHID 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’.
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