For entry to all our programmes you will need to demonstrate that your qualifications meet the University of Dundee entrance requirements. These are general guidelines only, and exact requirements will vary on an individual basis, and from course to course.
IELTS 6.5 (6 writing, 5.5 in other components)
TOEFL 88 (21 listening / 20 reading, speaking, writing) Some courses might have a higher requirement.
CAE (Academic) - 176 overall (169 in each scale)
Pearson 62 (56 in all 4 skills)
Undergraduate BBBC (minimum) - ABBB (typical)
National 5 / Intermediate 2 - English and Mathematics at C (recommended) or Standard Grade - English and Mathematics at 3 (recommended)
Postgraduate Applicants should normally have, or expect to have, a first or upper second class BSc honours degree or an equivalent qualification
Fall Semester (September) - deadline July 31 (flexible) Spring Semester (January) - deadline December 1 (flexible)
Fees and funding
The University of Dundee take pride in not only providing students with great value-for-money, but also with the resources to reach their full potential.
Tuition fees for overseas (non-EU) students are guaranteed not to increase by more than 3% per year, for the length of your program.
Global Excellence Scholarship - UG £5,000 (given to high achievers / year), for anyone else they can apply for it and scholarship will be given only for year 1.
PG £5,000 (automatically if they have an equivalent to a 1st class degree in their bachelor's program. If they do not have the degree, they can still apply).
Visa requirements for the University of Dundee
Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.UK student visa requirements