On 1 August 1967, the University of Dundee came into formal existence by virtue of a Royal Charter. A longstanding relationship with St Andrews had come to an end. Dundee was now free to develop in the ways it wanted to. Free, that is, subject to the same constraints of government policies, funding regimes and student choices which all universities in the UK faced then and still face now.
The core purpose is to transform lives, working locally and globally through the creation, sharing and application of knowledge. In so doing we intend to become Scotland’s leading university.
The Careers Service at the University is not just a building you enter before you graduate. We're made up of trained, dedicated and professional members of staff.
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Professional and friendly welcome to all international students and provides specialist advice on a range of matters relating to life and study in the UK:
The University Health Service provides a range of health related advice and services for staff and students
Get active at Dundee, a university with a great sporting pedigree. The facilities are so highly rated that we were picked as a pre-Olympic training venue for elite athletes.
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I am Levy Juma Ndubi. A student at Daystar University, Nairobi-Kenya. I started my nursing diploma course in 2014 at the Nairobi hospital MC. Donnell school of Nursing. Care of people has always been my passion and ultimate source of happiness. After 6 months of intensive nursing theory and skills laboratory simulations, we were released to the clinical area in the wards....
The experience was good and informative. I have learned a lot. I feel like I have been given tools to conquer the world through new knowledge and skills.
Great experience so far. Welcoming and friendly staff.