University of Dundee Information
Although the University of Dundee was only granted independent status in 1967 it can trace its roots back as far as 1881, when an external college of Saint Andrews university was established in Dundee.
University of Dundee is ranked number 43 in the University Review top universities in the UK List. Similarly ranked colleges include Manchester, Essex, Liverpool, and Sheffield.
Today the university attracts around eighteen thousand students and it’s running overseen by Chancellor Lord Patel.
The University of Dundee is split into four main colleges as follows:
College of Art, Science and Engineering
College of Arts and Social Sciences
College of Life Sciences
College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing
These colleges offer study of a large range of disciplines including subjects such as Architecture, Art, Computing, Education, Law, Biology, Dentistry, Nursing and Medicine.
Since its establishment in 1881 (as part of Saint Andrews) the University of Dundee has seen many renowned scholars and faculty pass through its gates including the Nobel prize winner James Black. Others include Gary Lightbody and Karine Polwart (music); Craig Murray, Christopher Chope, Bruce Millan and Alan Turnbull (politicians); and the scientists Robert Alexander Watson-Watt, Patrick Geddes, James Alfred Ewing and Richard Collins.
University of Dundee Address
Ranking and Quick Facts
Motto: Magnificat anima mea dominum (English: My soul magnifies the Lord).
Also known as Oilthigh Dùn Deagh in Gaelic.
|University world Ranking – Times 200 (UK)||
|University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)||
203 to 304
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|European Rank (Jiaotong)||
81 to 123
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Association of Commonwealth Universities