Decent Work and Economic Growth
Our work and activity in relation to 'Decent Work and Economic Growth', one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Impact case study
Bringing the voices of street children and youth to bear on global policy through UN General Comment.
Lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic could make the difference between craft brewers withstanding the cost-of-living crisis or going out of business, according to a University of Dundee academic researching the industry.
A life-saving Scottish charity will give University of Dundee students the opportunity to get their careers off to a flying start.
A record number of entrants will learn ‘on the job’ as part of this year’s University of Dundee Graduate Apprenticeship programme.
Three spinout projects from the University of Dundee with the potential to deliver significant healthcare benefits have received more than £250,000 from Scottish Enterprise to support their development.
Hundreds of students will logon to help their careers take off as the University of Dundee hosts one of the country’s most prominent recruitment events.
University of Dundee researchers hope to turn their spinout venture into a biotech company worth hundreds of millions of pounds by helping to treat people with eczema, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.
More than 1,000 students and graduates will take the next steps on their career paths when the University of Dundee hosts one of the country’s largest recruitment events this week
The University of Dundee is committed and fully supports the principles of equality and diversity in employment
An annual statement outlining the steps taken by the organisation to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within the organisation or in any of its supply chains