What makes us who we are? Is it the way our brains function? Is it how we are brought up? Or is it the society we live in? As a Psychology student you will learn how to use a wide variety of approaches to answer these questions and will have the opportunity to play an active part in furthering our understanding of the human mind and behaviour.
At Dundee you will be a part of a vibrant School in which teaching and research are carried out at world class standards. We are committed to a teaching environment of the highest possible standard and independent surveys show that both the quality review bodies and our students believe we are achieving it.
All of our lecturers are actively involved in internationally recognised research. We feel that this is very important for your degree. The science of psychology is constantly changing as new discoveries are made and so it is vital that you are taught the latest theories and developments in the subject.
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It's a fantastic university, with amazing dedicated staff and teachers! The lecturers are really helpful and will do their best to assist you with your coursework and studies. The campus and halls are in the centre of town, so you’re right in the middle of this thriving city, and there are tonnes of clubs and bars about nearby that are great for students. Shout out to the SU, it’s the best! There are a load of great concerts at Caird Hall, and the Dundonian's (is that a word?) are so friendly.
Set for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for EU at £1,820
Set for Year 1 for Scotland at £1,820
Set for Year 1 for International at £16,450
I love Dundee, I love the university. I dropped out of my university back in London, and made the move to Dundee and I haven't looked back. I love the place, I always miss it when I'm back home. The city is so up and coming, the bars, the cafes, the shops completely make the place. The uni is relatively small, so you really get treated like a person which is rare at uni. I am so, so happy at Dundee, I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. Obviously every uni has its down points, no place is 100% perfect, but I am so happy here, I don't care about the rest.
by CMelvin on 30th September 2015
In many respects superior to larger universities such as Edinburgh due to friendliness, collegiality
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