University of dundee new zealand
Study for your undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the Scottish University of the Year 2016 and 2017 (The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide). We have been voted number one for student experience in Scotland for six years running and are amongst the top 1% of universities in the world.
We offer an exceptional standard of education, built on a foundation of outstanding research. Our teaching is ranked highly in the top university league tables, and our small class sizes provide you with a highly personalised education.
Career prospects for our graduates are amongst the best in the UK.
Study for a degree in Scotland
The Scottish education system dates back as far as 1413. The USA and France also use our educational degree model.
Four Year Honours
As with most Scottish universities, the majority of our undergraduate degrees traditionally take four years study to complete. This is different from those in the rest of the UK, and the additional year is designed to give you a broader education in the early years with a greater degree of flexibility, and in many
cases, the opportunity to try out new subjects.
In the final two years you will narrow your choice of subject and specialise in the key areas of interest to you. It is also possible to study for a joint degree.
Three Year Honours
If you are suitably qualified, you may be able to start your course at Level 2 (second year). This is known as advanced entry.
We also offer several discrete three year degree courses, including:
- LLB (Hons) English/NI Law
- LLB (Hons) Law (English/NI) with Oil and Gas Law
- BSc (Hons) Applied Computing: Human Computer Interaction
- BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences
Five Year Degrees
For some degrees, you will need to study for a little longer. Courses which take five years include:
Our academic years run from September to May, with two teaching semesters. Exams for most undergraduate courses are in December and April/May.