Abertay University is located in Dundee, this is one of two public universities within the City. Abertay University was initially establishied as the Dundee Institute of technology back in 1888, however it gained university status in 1994, and in 2014 changed its name from the University of Abertay Dundee, to Abertay University. As a smaller university, Abertay has less than 5,000 students.
The main things you need to know about studying at the Abertay University.
Abertay University was ranked by the Guardian as 87th out of 121 Universities in the UK, however for 2021, this statistic is set to rise to 48th.
97% of graduates enter employment after 6 months of leaving Abertay University, and the average salary for an Abertay graduate is £20,500.
For Scottish and EU undergraduates, the fees for the 2020/21 academic year are £1,820. For those in Wales, Northern Ireland and England the fees are £9250, while for international students the fees range from £14,000 to £15,500.
There is a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to support students from all different kinds of backgrounds. They are available here.
Abertay University guarantees a room to all first year students, while they take preferences into account, it cannot be guaranteed that the room offered will be your first choice. Rooms are allocated on a first come first served basis, and students are encouraged to apply as soon as they can. After first year, many students choose to move to private accommodation and use accommodation for students to start their search.
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The Abertay Students' Association is at the heart of student life, the student’s Association building can be found across from the university’s main lecture theatre and is home to the many societies that the university offers. Find out more here.
Abertay University was the world’s first university to offer a degree in computer gaming in 1997, and has since been the first university to offer a degree in ethical hacking in 2006. Each year the ethical hacking society at the university, hosts the biggest student-run security conference within Europe, the secure-Tay conference.
Abertay University has invested over £5.5 million into its cyber security and gaming hub, which has recently opened in the last academic year. The university believes that this space has infinite potential, and will allow Abertay to continue to play a key role in the development of gaming and cyber security.
"Dundee, the capital of Tayside Region is one of the four major cities of Scotland. It was first granted city status 800 years ago. With a population of 150,000. Dundee is large enough to support all of the activities of a major city but small enough not to be overwhelming or impersonal for those coming to live or study here."
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