Incoming students from this partner can study:
University of Dundee application deadlines
- Semester 1 or full year 2022/23
- Friday April 15 2022
- Semester 2 of year 2022/23
- Friday 30 September 2022
Dundee - where we are
Dundee is at the heart of Scotland’s road and rail network and puts spectacular scenery, skiing, championship golf, mountain climbing, and sailing within easy reach.
The major cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are a short trip away. Scotland’s four main international airports all operate both national airlines such as British Airways, and low cost airlines. This makes it easy to get to all the major centres of the UK and Europe.
|Edinburgh airport||1 hour 15 minutes|
|Glasgow airport||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Manchester airport||5 hours|
|Birmingham||5 hours 20 minutes|
"I'm a Nigerian 2nd Year Civil Engineering student. This year I have engrossed myself in so many different aspects of uni life. I hope you enjoy reading and watching my candid opinion of life at the University of Dundee."
A day in the life of an international student
"I am Indian by ethnicity but I grew up in Oman. I am currently studying Biomedical Sciences here and am in my second year. You have so much to look forward to, and so many new adventures to experience as you enter this new stage. And trust me you are going to love it!"
Year 2 Biomedical Sciences,
University of Dundee
Living and working on campus lets you get right into student life and experience the very best that the campus and city have to offer. We have 250 self-contained flats on campus, or just across the road, so you couldn’t be any closer to classes, the library, and the students’ union.
All bedrooms are single occupancy with en-suite high-spec shower room. Our superfast wifi won Best University Broadband 2017.
Each flat has a well-equipped kitchen and there’s a laundry on site. Staying in Dundee’s accommodation means there are no hidden costs as electricity, water, internet, maintenance and personal property insurance are included in the price.
Academic year 2022-2023
Our academic year is divided into two teaching semesters.
|First semester||Start date||End date|
|Freshers' Week||19 September 2022||25 September 2022|
|Attendance||26 September 2022||16 December 2022|
|Second semester||Start date||End date|
|Welcome Week||9 January 2023||15 January 2023|
|Attendance||16 January 2023||26 May 2023|
|Easter Vacation||1 April 2023||22 April 2023|
English language and Visa requirements
All our courses are delivered in English. If English is not your first language, you will need to demonstrate that you meet our English Language requirements. This page also lists acceptable High School English Qualifications by country, which may mean you do not have to take an additional English language test.
As an international student coming to study in the UK for a full academic year or a single semester you will have visa requirements.
Please check on GOV.UK website to determine what your visa requirements will be.
If you are a single semester Erasmus+ applicant (EU National), you do not require a visa (after checking previous link) and do not have an acceptable High School English qualification, we are willing to accept a formal statement from your home university certifying that you have Overall CEFR B2 in English language and B2 in each individual component ie Speaking, Writing, Listening and Reading. Please contact the Erasmus+/Exchange Co-ordinator at your home university to request this document.
We will only accept exchange applications from students whose home university has an exchange agreement with us and has formally nominated students to us for the forthcoming academic period. If you are not an exchange applicant please review our study abroad fee paying student information.
Go Abroad Team
+44 (0)1382 385658