Coming to Abertay from college? This FREE one-week programme helps you to identify the differences between the two and gives you an opportunity to familiarise yourself with university life before you start your studies here.
Studying at university is a fantastic but challenging experience, particularly if you're coming from college. Many students are surprised by how different university can be, and are often unsure about how to manage the demands of a degree course.
This free programme is designed to help you get the most from your time at Abertay by easing the transition from college, helping you to familiarise yourself with both the university and new ways of studying.
And, of course, you’ll meet other new students.
The programme puts you in the best possible position to start this new phase of your studies.
The ACT Programme is designed for students coming from college into Year 2 or Year 3 of an undergraduate degree at Abertay.
Registration for the 2018 programme opens in May.
The programme covers a range of subjects. Topics include:
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to practise these skills, get feedback from our tutors, and to ask questions. At the end of the programme, you’ll know what your lecturers will expect of you and how to meet those expectations.
There are no tests, but completing the tasks set as part of the programme means that it will be included on your Higher Education Achievement Record, which details all your non-academic activities at university and allows future employers to gain a much fuller picture of your achievements as a student.