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    Founded in 1881, the University of Dundee is a leading public research and teaching institution in Scotland. The university was built when a wealthy local family donated money for a college to be constructed in the city. The University of Dundee had a partnership with the University of St Andrews before getting independent university status in 1967. It has developed a notable reputation for students entering the popular professions, most prominently law, medicine and dentistry as well as developing areas such as life sciences. Today, the university has more than13,000 full-time undergraduate students and about 23 per cent of its total student body are international. The university has scored highly in terms of student satisfaction in recent years with more than 100 courses are taught at undergraduate level including a career planning and internship option. The University of Dundee School of Medicine is ranked in the top 5 in the UK while Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design is one of the UK’s top-rated art schools.

    Student Accommodation near University of Dundee
    Dundee’s main university campus is positioned in the west end of the city, within walking distance of student accommodations, shops, bars, and restaurants. Accommodation is guaranteed to all first-year undergraduate students who apply by the deadline, with eight halls on or near the main campus. There are also University-owned flats in the city which offers a range of shared living options.

    However, every student cannot get university accommodation so they can opt for private accommodations in the city. These are known as purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) and are specifically designed for student living. These are also located at a walking distance from the university campus and most of them are quite close to the city centre as well. These private accommodations offers a wide range of room types with the rent inclusive of all the utilities such as water, gas, electricity, Wi-Fi, and more.

    Types of student housing in Dundee
    The city of Dundee offers different types of student residences – from affordable to expensive – depending on the area you prefer to live and your budget. If you prefer a more independent space, you will find numerous studio apartments close to the University of Dundee. In these type of apartments, you have your own sleeping space, study area, living room, and a fully-fitted kitchen. These are usually more expensive than the en-suite rooms which offer shared living spaces where you will be able to make the most of your time and make new friends.

    How are these accommodations connected to the city and university?
    The areas in which these student accommodations are located offers excellent transport connectivity to the entire city. The nearest bus stations are located just a few minutes of walking distance while the train station can also be reached in just a few minutes. These transportation facilities will help students travel in and around the city. They can also travel beyond the city limits when there is a long weekend ahead of them.

    Campus Overview
    Based in and around the city of Dundee which is the fourth-largest city in Scotland, and lies on the east coast of the country on the River Tay. The city has some of the lowest living costs for students in the UK and is also Scotland’s sunniest city. The university’s primary focus is on vocational and professional degrees which makes it well in terms of graduate employment and only Oxbridge graduates have higher average starting salaries.