Abertay University

Abertay University

Abertay University

Abertay University

Abertay University is in Dundee and their innovative approach is clear to see in their programme provision, which ranges from forensic, sport and food sciences to biotechnology, cybersecurity and computer games. Abertay is best known for computer games and were the first university in the world to launch a computer games degree.

Fast forward to the present day and Dundee is now a major hub in the booming videogames industry. For an internationally renowned institution, they’re also surprisingly small: one campus, in Dundee’s city centre and home to 4,000 students. Their staff and students come from over sixty countries.

Average Tuition Fee Per Year

Undergraduate
1,292,490
Postgraduate
1,478,250

Costs per year

Overall cost of living
437,400
Campus accommodation
347,400
The fees above are an indicative fees in indian rupees. Please note that fees will vary. Always check the exact cost of the program and bear in mind likely additional expenses.

Courses offered

English score required

Minimum IELTS Score
Undergraduate
6.0
Postgraduate
6.0
Minimum TOEFL Score
Undergraduate
-
Postgraduate
-

Rankings

Academic Ranking of World Universities
0
QS World University Rankings
0
Times Higher Education World
0

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University Highlights

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University Address

Bell Street
Dundee
- DD1 1HG
UK

University Facilities

Libraries and Information Services

  • Abertay's recently refurbished, multi award-winning Bernard King library provides a mix of learning environments to meet a range of student needs.
  • It is stocked with over 126,000 books, provides access to over 32,000 e-journals and upwards of 175,000 e-books, which can be accessed online from anywhere.
  • The library is also home to several computer laboratories, quiet study areas and meeting rooms, and a café.

Student jobs

  • Abertay's Careers Service can help students find part-time work. Additionally, many courses offer work placements and/or real-world projects, allowing students to apply and develop the skills picked up throughout their studies. It is not uncommon for work placements to be paid, or lead to paid work.
  • On campus, the Abertay Student Centre regularly employ students for roles in the shop, café and bars. The Students' Association also encourage students to apply for roles within its organisation.

Careers advice

  • Abertay's Careers Service provides advice on job hunting, working abroad, volunteering, graduate work, placements and part-time work. It offers a range of workshops, including CV writing and interview preparation.
  • The Principal's Award is a short employability programme that recognises and rewards work-related skills and achievements.
  • The university's degree courses also offer the chance to work and regularly network with industry, providing the opportunity for students to get themselves known to potential employers.