What you need to do during your first week

1

Attend your introductory meeting

You'll meet with Dr Fiona Smith and receive important information about your course, the advising process, be allocated an Adviser, and given information on what you need to be doing during Freshers' Week. If you forget, you'll be able to find your Adviser's name and office number on eVision or by asking at Humanities Reception.

Mon 9Sep

Level 1 students - surnames A-L

14:00 to 15:00, Monday 9 September 2019

Mon 9Sep

Level 1 students - surnames M-Z

15:00 to 16:00, Monday 9 September 2019

Tue 10Sep

Level 2 students

09:30 to 10:30, Tuesday 10 September 2019

2

Collect your Academic Summary

Your Adviser of Studies will help you choose the subject modules you will study during the academic year. You will then receive your academic summary which you take to matriculation.

You may wish to read the module guides in advance to see which modules you may be interested in. Your Adviser will let you know if there are some that you have to take.

Download MA module guide

Tue 10Sep

(surnames A-L)

10:00 to 12:00, Tuesday 10 September 2019

Tue 10Sep

(surnames M-Z)

14:00 to 16:00, Tuesday 10 September 2019

Wed 11Sep

Exchange and Erasmus students

10:00 to 12:00, Wednesday 11 September 2019

3

Go to matriculation (registration) at Bonar Hall

This is where you formally register as a student with the University of Dundee. You'll need your Academic Summary from step 1.

You'll need to visit:

  1. finance desk - this is where we will check your funding documents or, if applicable, you will pay any remaining tuition fees
  2. home desk - if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, or an EU country or
    international desk - if you are from a country not in the EU.
    This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa
  3. ID card desk - this is where we will give you your student ID card
Tue 10Sep

Matriculation - Surnames A-L, Level 2

Between 10:00 and 16:00, Tuesday 10 September 2019

Wed 11Sep

Matriculation - Surnames M-Z, Level 2

Between 10:00 and 16:00, Wednesday 11 September 2019


Register with a Doctor, Dentist, and Bank at Bonar Hall

September


Doctors

You need to be registered with a local doctor (GP) to effectively access free NHS healthcare and prescription charges in Scotland. Hawkhill, Nethergate, and Ryehill will be here for registration.


Dentists

You can have a free checkup at Dundee Dental Hospital and School or register with Hunter and Wight.
If you register with an NHS dentist, the checkups are free but you will have to pay for treatment.


Banks

If you don't have a UK bank account, or need to update you current account to a student account with added benefits, there'll be staff from Barclays and Clydesdale available to help.

Other banks, dentists, and doctors are available throughout Dundee and Kirkcaldy.
Details of other GPs and dentists can be found at NHS 24

4

Welcome meeting

This will be an opportunity for you to meet staff in person and to learn more about the School. Followed by a wine and nibbles reception where you can meet your fellow students, new and continuing, and have the chance to talk to members of staff more informally. Please confirm your attendance at the welcome meeting using the Eventbrite form so we know numbers for catering

Wed 11Sep

Welcome meeting

16:00 to 17:00, Wednesday 11 September 2019

Wed 11Sep

Drinks and nibbles reception

17:00 to 19:00, Wednesday 11 September 2019


5

Languages registration

Should you wish to register for an applied language module as part of your degree, registration for French, German and Spanish will take place at this time.

Thu 12Sep

Languages registration

13:00 to 14:00, Thursday 12 September 2019