The University of Dundee is a prestigious Scottish university with a progressive and dynamic outlook. An international reputation attracts the best students and academics from across the world, with 145 countries represented in the University community.
World-leading undergraduate and postgraduate courses across a range of subjects are offered at Dundee and a compact city campus is a mix of very modern and very traditional buildings, all equipped with the latest technology used in teaching.
Law is one of Dundee's many departments which has an international reputation for quality, and you can learn more about studying law at Dundee below. If you would like to begin your application, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London today.
Four Reasons to Choose Law at the University of Dundee
1. Ranking and reputation
The University of Dundee is in the top 15 for Law in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2021, CUG 2021 and Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021).
Dundee is also one of the top 200 universities in the world for graduate employment (QS World University Rankings 2022), whilst the University recorded an overall satisfaction score of 78.3% for full time students on undergraduate degrees in the National Student Survey 2021.
2. Enhance important transferable skills
At the University of Dundee Law School you will learn and develop both legal and transferable skills such as the ability to understand and analyse complex materials, and present persuasive arguments orally and in writing.
By learning in an inclusive and friendly environment, you can develop your legal skills and prepare for your future career in law.
3. Study key subjects to get ahead in your law career
University of Dundee courses are all highly flexible and you will study the subjects you need to proceed towards practising Law in all common law jurisdictions globally.
The University of Dundee’s accelerated LLB takes two years, and is open to graduates holding an undergraduate degree in any subject. All of the subjects required by the relevant Law Societies are taken in the two year period, and there is an opportunity to take modules in additional subjects to suit your interests and career aspirations.
You can study for a specialist LLM and you can make this choice, or change specialisms after you start. As well as concentrating on areas such as international commercial and corporate law, environmental or business and human rights law, some allow for multidisciplinary study.
4. Great location
Dundee has a population of 150,000 and is very student-orientated, with excellent cultural, social, sporting and shopping facilities, as well as a low cost of living. The city enjoys a spectacular scenic location on the estuary of the River Tay on the east coast of Scotland, with the Highlands to the north and St Andrews and Edinburgh to the south.
All of Scotland’s most important historic sites are within easy reach and the major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are just a 1 hour train journey away.