Select your course below to find out where to be and when.

New Undergraduate

Level 1

8Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Welcome/Briefing

Please come to this session to meet administrative staff. We will also ask you to complete your Academic Summary and have this signed ready for you to take to your matriculation session later in the afternoon.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

12:00 - 13:00 Welcome Lecture

Welcome to Division of Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr Hothersall, Systems in Practice (SiP) Convenor will provide a short introduction to the course.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

14:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
12Sep

12:00 - 13:30 Welcome Lecture

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Wolfson Lecture Theatre)

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

5Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
5Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
12Sep

10:30 - 14:00 Welcome Meeting

This will be an opportunity for you to meet and chat with staff and fellow new and continuing students.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

12Sep

10:45 - 12:00 Welcome to Division of Neuroscience

We are delighted to welcome you to the 2017-17 BMSc in Neuropharmacology and Behaviour. Prior to the main BMSc introduction on Monday 12th September please could you assemble at the blue promenade area at 10:45 where we will meet you and bring you down to the Division of Neuroscience to give you a chance to meet some of our staff and have an informal introduction. We will then escort you to the Wolfson lecture theatre for the main BMSc introduction (all BMSc degree courses together) and afterwards we invite you back to the Division of Neuroscience for pizza along with students and staff from the BMSc in Genetics, Cancer & Personalised Medicine. You will be taking Laboratory Skills and Statistics classes together so after lunch you will be shown where you need to attend for your first day of lab skills training on Weds 14th September. Your calendars are currently being populated with all the semester 1 sessions so this information should be available to you very soon. We will be happy to discuss and questions, hopes or fears on Monday 12th with you and we will give you an overview of the course structure and expectations then. Best wishes, we look forward to meeting you on Monday 12th! Ros Langston, Tim Hales and Karen Bollan

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Blue Promenade Area)

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

Level 2

5Sep

10:00 - 11:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Welcome and introduction to your Adviser of Studies

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Flexible Teaching Room, Level 7, Library Block)
8Sep

09:00 - 12:00 Practical Skills Practise for all Level 2 new entrants

Pratical Skills Practise for Level 2 New Entrants, Level 2 Entrants from D&A College and students studying BSc in Medical Sciences

  • Carnelley Building, Main Campus (Carnelley Laboratory C1.01, First Floor)
8Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Briefing/Completion of documents

Please come to this session to meet your new classmates and administrative staff. We will also ask you to complete your Academic Summary and have this signed ready for you to take to your matriculation session later in the afternoon.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Large Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

12:00 - 14:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
8Sep

14:00 - 17:00 Practical Skills Assessment for all Level 2 new entrants

Assessment of Pratical Skills following earlier practise - for Level 2 New Entrants, Level 2 Entrants from D&A College and students studying BSc in Medical Sciences

  • Carnelley Building, Main Campus (Carnelley Laboratory C1.01, First Floor)
9Sep

09:30 - 11:00 Life Sciences Introductory Talk followed by Sand Walk

New entrants introductory lecture and walk around campus

  • Tower Building, Main Campus (D'Arcy Thompson Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor)
9Sep

15:00 - 17:00 International Welcome and Adapting to a New Culture

Fun, informative and interactive event hosted by the International Advice Service is tailored specifically for international students. Meet representatives from the International Society, Enterprise Gym, local Hospitality Schemes and more. Explore and hear about experiences of studying in a different culture/language, make friends and learn about the support network that is available International/EU students. Includes a quiz with a chance to win a Highlands Tour worth 126. Free refreshments

  • Marquee (Campus Green)

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

6Sep

09:30 - 12:15 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 1)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
6Sep

12:15 - 12:45 Inter-Professional Dean's Welcome (Groups 1 and 2)

At the IPE Welcome you will have an opportunity to hear from the Dean about IPE and the relevance of inter-professional knowledge and skills to teamwork.

  • To be confirmed
6Sep

12:45 - 15:00 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 2)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
7Sep

09:30 - 12:15 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 3)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
7Sep

12:15 - 12:45 Inter-Professional Dean's Welcome (Groups 3 and 4)

At the IPE Welcome you will have an opportunity to hear from the Dean about IPE and the relevance of inter-professional knowledge and skills to teamwork.

  • To be confirmed
7Sep

12:45 - 15:00 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 4)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
8Sep

12:00 - 13:00 Welcome Lecture

Welcome to Division of Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr Hothersall, Systems in Practice (SiP) Convenor will provide a short introduction to the course.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

11:00 - 11:30 Introduction to Principles and Basic Sciences

Welcome and Introduction to the Principles Block from Dr Sudhir Tauro, Principles and Basic Sciences Lead.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Dundee MBChB On-line Learning Induction

Mrs Alison Gray from our Technology and Interactive Teaching team will provide an introduction ot our Dundee MBChB Medblog site.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

12:00 - 12:30 Use of Resources : The Student Perspective

Medical Students will guide you through the use of resources from the student perspective

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

13:30 - 13:45 Dundee University Student Association (DUSA)

Welcome from the Dundee University Student Association.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

14:00 - 15:00 Welcome to Anatomy

Professor Tracey Wilkinson, Head of Anatomy will provide information on the Anatomy Department.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

30Nov

TBC - TBC Meet your Adviser of Studies

Meet with Dr Stella McClure and Dr Lysa Owen to discuss module options.

  • TBC (TBC)
5Sep

10:45 - 12:00 Principal's Official Welcome

Welcome event for all students. Official welcome and procession by the University Principal and Academics. Be seated by 10.45am, Dress code: Informal.

  • Caird Hall, City Square ((Off Campus))
5Sep

14:00 - 15:00 Welcome Session

Please make sure this date is in your diary. You will meet with the others on your course, medical school staff members and current Dundee medical students durng this session, and will have plenty of time to ask any question and begin to get to know us.

  • Dalhousie Building (Room 1G10)
6Sep

TBC - TBC Meet your Course Lead (Adviser of Studies) - Module Selections

Students will be contacted directly confirming the date, time and venue of their meeting with the Course Lead to make module selections. Please note you will be unable to matriculate on Thursday 8 September unless you have attended your allocated meeting time.

  • TBC
7Sep

TBC - TBC Meet your Course Lead (Adviser of Studies) - Module Selections

Students will be contacted directly confirming the date, time and venue of their meeting with the Course Lead to make module selections. Please note you will be unable to matriculate on Thursday 8 September unless you have attended your allocated meeting time.

  • TBC
8Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Welcome/Briefing

Please come to this session to meet your new classmates and administrative staff. We will also ask you to complete your Academic Summary and have this signed ready for you to take to your matriculation session later in the afternoon.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

12:00 - 13:00 Welcome Lecture

Welcome to Division of Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr Hothersall, Systems in Practice (SiP) Convenor will provide a short introduction to the course.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

14:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

09:30 - 11:00 Life Sciences Introductory Talk followed by Sand Walk

New entrants introductory lecture and walk around campus

  • Tower Building, Main Campus (D'Arcy Thompson Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor)
9Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Dundee MBChB On-line Learning Induction

Mrs Alison Gray from our Technology and Interactive Teaching team will provide an introduction ot our Dundee MBChB Medblog site.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

12:00 - 12:30 Use of Resources : The Student Perspective

Medical Students Iona Campbell, Year 5 and Natasha Hadfield, Year 3 will guide you through the use of resources from the student perspective

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

13:30 - 13:45 Dundee University Student Association (DUSA)

Welcome from the Dundee University Student Association.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

15:00 - 17:00 International Welcome and Adapting to a New Culture

Fun, informative and interactive event hosted by the International Advice Service is tailored specifically for international students. Meet representatives from the International Society, Enterprise Gym, local Hospitality Schemes and more. Explore and hear about experiences of studying in a different culture/language, make friends and learn about the support network that is available International/EU students. Includes a quiz with a chance to win a Highlands Tour worth 126. Free refreshments

  • Marquee (Campus Green)

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

6Sep

09:30 - 12:15 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 1)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
6Sep

12:15 - 12:45 Inter-Professional Dean's Welcome (Groups 1 and 2)

At the IPE Welcome you will have an opportunity to hear from the Dean about IPE and the relevance of inter-professional knowledge and skills to teamwork.

  • To be confirmed
6Sep

12:45 - 15:00 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 2)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
7Sep

09:30 - 12:15 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 3)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
7Sep

12:15 - 12:45 Inter-Professional Dean's Welcome (Groups 3 and 4)

At the IPE Welcome you will have an opportunity to hear from the Dean about IPE and the relevance of inter-professional knowledge and skills to teamwork.

  • To be confirmed
7Sep

12:45 - 15:00 Inter-Professional Education (IPE) introductory Activity (Group 4)

We will be holding Inter-Professional Introductory activities over two days - you will be allocated a group by Admissions & Student Recruitment and only need to attend the session you are invited to.

  • Dalhousie Building (Main Reception)
7Sep

15:00 - 17:00 Freshers' Fayre

Buses will transport you from campus up to Ninewells where you can meet representatives from many societies, sports clubs and our sponsors. You'll also receive your freshers packs and have some talks from the DUMS committee

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School
7Sep

19:00 - 21:00 Welcome Drinks and meet your Medic Family

A chance for you to meet your medic parents for some informal drinks as they take you on a tour of Dundee.

  • TBC
8Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Welcome/Briefing

Please come to this session to meet your new classmates and administrative staff. We will also ask you to complete your Academic Summary and have this signed ready for you to take to your matriculation session later in the afternoon.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

12:00 - 13:00 Welcome Lecture

Welcome to Division of Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr Hothersall, Systems in Practice (SiP) Convenor will provide a short introduction to the course.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

13:00 - 14:00 Introduction to the General Medical Council (GMC)

Nicola Cotter, General Medical Council (GMC) will provide an introduction to the role and function of the GMC.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

14:00 - 14:30 Introduction to Equality and Diversity at Dundee Medical School

Dr Kevin McConville will provide a brief summary of Equality and Diversity at Dundee Medical School.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

14:30 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

11:00 - 11:30 Introduction to Principles and Basic Sciences

Welcome and Introduction to the Principles Block from Dr Sudhir Tauro, Principles and Basic Sciences Lead.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Dundee MBChB On-line Learning Induction

Mrs Alison Gray from our Technology and Interactive Teaching team will provide an introduction to our Dundee MBChB Medblog site.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

12:00 - 12:30 Use of Resources : The Student Perspective

Medical Students will guide you through the use of resources from the student perspective

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

13:30 - 13:45 Dundee University Student Association (DUSA)

Welcome from the Dundee University Student Association.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

14:00 - 15:00 Welcome to Anatomy

Professor Tracey Wilkinson, Head of Anatomy will provide information on the Anatomy Department.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

15:00 - 17:00 International Welcome and Adapting to a New Culture

Fun, informative and interactive event hosted by the International Advice Service is tailored specifically for international students. Meet representatives from the International Society, Enterprise Gym, local Hospitality Schemes and more. Explore and hear about experiences of studying in a different culture/language, make friends and learn about the support network that is available International/EU students. Includes a quiz with a chance to win a Highlands Tour worth £126. Free refreshments

  • Marquee (Campus Green)
12Sep

19:00 - 21:00 Gaudi Night

The second night with your medic family. Your parents will cook you a dinner and give you a fancy dress costume for the night before you meet up with the rest of your year and their parents!

  • TBC
23Sep

19:00 - 00:00 Freshers' Ball

After a few weeks settling in and getting to know your new classmates, it's time to get all glammed up and enjoy a night with dinner, drinks and plenty of dancing.

  • Invercarse Hotel, Dundee

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 1

5Sep

14:00 - 15:00 Welcome Session

Please make sure this date is in your diary. You will meet with the others on your course, medical school staff members and current Dundee medical students durng this session, and will have plenty of time to ask any question and begin to get to know us.

  • Dalhousie Building (Room 1G10)
6Sep

TBC - TBC Meet your Course Lead (Adviser of Studies) - Module Selections

Students will be contacted directly confirming the date, time and venue of their meeting with the Course Lead to make module selections. Please note you will be unable to matriculate on Thursday 8 September unless you have attended your allocated meeting time.

  • TBC
7Sep

TBC - TBC Meet your Course Lead (Adviser of Studies) - Module Selections

Students will be contacted directly confirming the date, time and venue of their meeting with the Course Lead to make module selections. Please note you will be unable to matriculate on Thursday 8 September unless you have attended your allocated meeting time.

  • TBC
8Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Welcome/Briefing

Please come to this session to meet administrative staff. We will also ask you to complete your Academic Summary and have this signed ready for you to take to your matriculation session later in the afternoon.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

12:00 - 13:00 Welcome Lecture

Welcome to Division of Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr Hothersall, Systems in Practice (SiP) Convenor will provide a short introduction to the course.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
8Sep

14:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

09:30 - 11:00 Life Sciences Introductory Talk followed by Sand Walk

New entrants introductory lecture and walk around campus

  • Tower Building, Main Campus (D'Arcy Thompson Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor)
9Sep

11:30 - 12:00 Dundee MBChB On-line Learning Induction

Mrs Alison Gray from our Technology and Interactive Teaching team will provide an introduction ot our Dundee MBChB Medblog site.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

13:30 - 13:45 Dundee University Student Association (DUSA)

Welcome from the Dundee University Student Association.

  • Medical Sciences Institute (Lecture Theatre)
9Sep

15:00 - 17:00 International Welcome and Adapting to a New Culture

Fun, informative and interactive event hosted by the International Advice Service is tailored specifically for international students. Meet representatives from the International Society, Enterprise Gym, local Hospitality Schemes and more. Explore and hear about experiences of studying in a different culture/language, make friends and learn about the support network that is available International/EU students. Includes a quiz with a chance to win a Highlands Tour worth 126. Free refreshments

  • Marquee (Campus Green)

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Taught Postgraduate

5Sep

09:00 - 15:00 Pick up academic summary

Main Reception, Ninewells Hospital and call 01382 383653 or x83653 and ask for Roz Taylor, Post Graduate Administrator who will come to meet you. From there, you will be taken to the student course area and given your academic summary and welcome folder.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Main Reception)
5Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
6Sep

09:00 - 15:00 Pick up academic summary

Main Reception, Ninewells Hospital and call 01382 383653 or x83653 and ask for Roz Taylor, Post Graduate Administrator who will come to meet you. From there, you will be taken to the student course area and given your academic summary and welcome folder.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Main Reception)
6Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
7Sep

09:00 - 15:00 Pick up academic summary

Main Reception, Ninewells Hospital and call 01382 383653 or x83653 and ask for Roz Taylor, Post Graduate Administrator who will come to meet you. From there, you will be taken to the student course area and given your academic summary and welcome folder.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Main Reception)
7Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
8Sep

09:00 - 15:00 Pick up academic summary

Main Reception, Ninewells Hospital and call 01382 383653 or x83653 and ask for Roz Taylor, Post Graduate Administrator who will come to meet you. From there, you will be taken to the student course area and given your academic summary and welcome folder.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Main Reception)
8Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
5Sep

10:45 - 12:00 Principal's Official Welcome

Welcome event for all students. Official welcome and procession by the University Principal and Academics. Be seated by 10.45am, Dress code: Informal.

  • Caird Hall (City Square, Dundee)
5Sep

13:00 - 14:00 Welcome to CME

Welcome to the Centre for Medical Education. Join us, and your fellow students, for a short introduction to your course and a light lunch

  • Mackenzie Building (O2, Ground Floor)
5Sep

14:00 - 16:00 Introduction to the Course

Welcome to the Course. An introduction to the course, Ninewells Hospital and the online learning environment

  • Mackenzie Building (O2, Ground Floor)
6Sep

09:00 - 11:00 Principles of Postgraduateness 1

Where am I? Adjusting to a new academic environment

  • Dalhousie Building (Lecture Theatre 2)
6Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
7Sep

09:00 - 11:00 Principles of Postgraduateness 2

Autonomous Learning and Postgraduate Interactions - working with others.

  • Dalhousie Building (Lecture Theatre 2)
7Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
8Sep

09:00 - 11:00 Principles of Postgraduateness 3

Postgraduate Research: Conducting research at PG level including Digital Literacies.

  • Dalhousie Building (Lecture Theatre 2)
8Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

09:00 - 11:00 Principles of Postgraduateness 4

Academic Writing and Communication at PG Level

  • Dalhousie Building (Lecture Theatre 3)
9Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

15:00 - 17:00 International Welcome and Adapting to a New Culture

Fun, informative and interactive event hosted by the International Advice Service is tailored specifically for international students. Meet representatives from the International Society, Enterprise Gym, local Hospitality Schemes and more. Explore and hear about experiences of studying in a different culture/language, make friends and learn about the support network that is available International/EU students. Includes a quiz with a chance to win a Highlands Tour worth £126. Free refreshments

  • Marquee (Campus Green)
4Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Meet with Emma Carroll, Programme Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
5Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Meet with Emma Carroll, Programme Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
5Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Ask at Reception for Emma Carroll, Course Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Mackenzie Building (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
6Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Meet with Emma Carroll, Programme Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
6Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Ask at Reception for Emma Carroll, Course Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Mackenzie Building (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
7Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Meet with Emma Carroll, Programme Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
7Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Ask at Reception for Emma Carroll, Course Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Mackenzie Building (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
8Sep

10:30 - 13:00 Meet your Adviser of Studies

Ask at Reception for Emma Carroll, Course Administrator for Public Health. You will receive your academic summary and welcome folder and can then attend Bonar Hall for matriculation. You only need to attend one of these sessions.

  • Mackenzie Building (Rannoch/Spey, Ground Floor)
30Nov

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
5Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
5Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
6Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
6Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
7Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
7Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
8Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
8Sep

10:00 - 16:00 Matriculation

Once you have received your academic summary from your adviser you may attend matriculation. Matriculation is the formal process of registering as a student with the University of Dundee.

The desks at matriculation are:

  • Finance desk - for self funding students. You need to pay any money at the Cash Office before coming to the Bonar Hall.
  • Undergrad Home / EU desk - only if you are from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland or an EU country. This is where we will check your qualifications and identity.
  • Postgraduate and International desk - if you are a Postgraduate student or from a country not in the EU. This is where we will check your qualifications, identity and visa.
  • ID card desk - all students. This is where you will receive your student ID card.
  • The Student Loan Company are notified automatically of your matriculation, however it may take up to five working days for the funds to be released into your bank account.

    • Bonar Hall
9Sep

09:00 - 17:00 Pick up academic summary

All students should visit the Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery Department on Level 6 of the TORT Centre at Ninewells Hospital to pick up their academic summary (this is required for matriculation).

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )
12Sep

10:30 - 14:00 Welcome Meeting

This will be an opportunity for you to meet and chat with staff and fellow new and continuing students.

  • Ninewells Hospital & Medical School (Level 6 of the TORT Centre )

Research Postgraduate

4-10SEP

Research / PhD Students

Please to come to the School of Medicine Reception to find out what you need to do.

  •   Ninewells Hospital Level 10 Reception