The Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design one of the UK’s top rated art schools, while the University of Dundee School of Medicine is ranked 5th in the UK in the Guardian 2015 University Guide and in the Sunday Times University Guide 2015. Graduates from the University of Dundee are highly regarded by employers, not only because of the high standard of degree they have received, but also because of the wide range of personal and transferable skills that the university environment enables them to develop. Career Planning and Internship modules are available to most undergraduate students.
Based in and around the city of Dundee on the central east coast of Scotland, a focus on vocational and professional degrees means that Dundee scores well in terms of graduate employment and only Oxbridge graduates have higher average starting salaries.
Dundee has scored highly in terms of student satisfaction in recent years, coming top of The Times’ survey in 2012 and in the top five in the UK for the most recent International Student Barometer. Lots of degrees at the University include a career planning and internship option, with students given their own personal development website to work within.
Nobel Prize winning poet and honorary graduate Seamus Heaney described the University of Dundee as:"having its head in the clouds and its feet firmly on the ground."
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