Everything you need to know about starting at the University of Dundee

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Online matriculation

The online matriculation task will be released to all entrant students from Thursday 5 January 2023. Please check your University of Dundee email account and complete the task before you go to collect your student ID card.

International students

Students coming out of Dundee train station

International students can collect their biometric residence permit (BRP) card and student ID card from the Bonar Hall during week commencing Monday 9 January 2023.

Students who have chosen the Post Office as their collection location for their BRP card, must collect their BRP card from the Post Office before attending the Bonar Hall to collect their Student ID card.

Student ID card collection locations Documents you need to bring Advice for international students

Your course and registration events

You'll need to matriculate (register as a student) and join a series of lectures or classes in your first week
Find events for your course

Welcome events

There are a wide range of events taking place Monday 9 - Wednesday 25 January to help you get settled in. Find out what's going on, where, and when
Find Welcome events

Get started with IT at Dundee

IT plays a large part in your studies at the University of Dundee and this is your guide to get up and running
A guide for new students

Digital education

Your online learning environment is My Dundee. This is where you find your course materials, reading lists, assessment information and other tools lecturers use to deliver your learning experience. Once you have your My Dundee login details, install and use the Blackboard app.

During Welcome, you will get access to a new Organisation in My Dundee with information on everything from navigating your module pages, how to research and write effective essays, and where to go for help.

My Dundee Blackboard App on Apple App store (iOS) Blackboard App on Google Play store (Android) My Dundee induction videos Centre for Technology and Innovation in Learning (CTIL) website

Attending classes

Students in lecture

We have replaced paper attendance registers with a digital system for your in-person and online learning. Find out how to get the app and use it to show you have attended your classes.

Check-in to your classes with the SEAtS mobile app

Disability Services

Disability Services offers confidential disability support services to all disabled students and staff.

Prospective students should contact Disability Services for further information.

For support and advice

You can email enquiry@dundee.ac.uk 
The Enquiry Centre is open 09:00-17:00 (Monday-Friday) and 10:00-17:00 (Wednesday) and closed for lunch from 12:30-13:30

Find out more about the people and services here to help you at Dundee