Bringing Dundee to the Fringe

Bringing Dundee to the Fringe

Every year thousands of visitors descend on Edinburgh to enjoy the worlds largest performing arts festival, and this year is no different as the Fringe turns 70. The chance to perform at the Fringe, despite how large it is, is a rare experience and often comes with...
Who said summer was for relaxing?

Who said summer was for relaxing?

For many students, summer is a time to recover from lectures, studying and exams. For a group of 3rd year School of Business students, this idea of relaxation couldn’t be further from the truth as they embark on a summer of working hard and developing their skills on...
Exploring Scotland, a 320-mile cycling

Exploring Scotland, a 320-mile cycling

Hui Li, an international student from China and current School of Business student takes us on his 320-mile cycling around part of Scotland, starting and finishing in Dundee. Scotland is a very beautiful place, not as noisy as London, not as romantic and passionate as...
The North American Market

The North American Market

The North American Market September saw Humanities staff take a whistle stop tour of North America to launch and promote the University’s MA programme, which spans across Humanities and into the wider School of Social Sciences, including the new Liberal Arts pathway. ...