Andrew Jack is off to a flying start in London after completing his BA (Honours) degree in International Economics and Management
Talented students from game programmes around the world have arrived in Dundee for the internationally renowned digital game competition, Dare to be Digital.
Through volunteering with the Dundee Dragons Wheelchair Sports Club, Jennifer Scally fell in love with disability sport and now works for British Blind Sport, promoting sport to visually impaired children.
Mental health setbacks led to Rachel being advised by doctors not to continue with her studies, but she persevered and - six years later - has graduated with First Class Honours!
Thanks to her Food and Consumer Science degree, Lauren Stuart now has her dream job eating ice cream for a living, working as a Technical and Quality Technician for Mackie's of Scotland.
The achievements of more than 900 students were celebrated today (Thursday 7 July) at Abertay University’s Summer Graduation Ceremonies
Channel 4 has announced that it will offer a £25,000 award to one of the teams taking part in Dare to be Digital 2016
Kristine Ren Soriano and Tracy Boateng, Biomedical Science