If you would like to meet up and talk about the specialist Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral Computer Games/Ethical Hacking courses that Abertay offers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abertay University has been welcoming students from India for many years. Dundee has close historic links to India through trade and, in particular, the textile industry going back to the 1800s.
We are a small modern state university with a world-renowned reputation for our specialist courses, including Ethical Hacking and Computer Games.
Our campus is a mixture of traditional architecture and cutting-edge new facilities.
Abertay offers a wide range of undergraduate, masters and doctoral programmes. Our degrees are very industry-focused, giving you an in-depth knowledge of the area you want to pursue your career.
Scottish bachelor degrees with honours are normally four years in length. They start in September each year.
UK masters degrees are usually 12 months long so you can save a year compared to many countries.
Advanced entry is possible. You may be able to join an undergraduate degree in year 2 or 3 if you have studied very similar subjects at your home university. Please contact us (see below) for more information about your particular case.
Janice has worked at Abertay for more than 20 years in a number of roles including teaching and business development. She is the universities go-to person for India and visits, regularly attending recruitment fairs with Indian agents and the British Council. She also visits schools and universities and develops partnerships with Indian institutions. She has brought Abertay Games students to major Video game fairs in Mumbai and Delhi to showcase the games they produced. She can arrange to meet you during her visits if you want to chat.
You normally need to have the equivalent of a UK honours degree usually a 4 year degree from a recognised university. Except for a few courses you will normally need to have studied a subject relevant to the Masters you are applying for. Each course page gives you information about this.
Grades expected depend on the course. It will say 2:1 (upper second) or 2:2 (lower second). You can check the equivalents here:
|UK Degree awards||Indian Universities||Indian Universities|
|Percentage||10 Point Scale|
1st ClassificationFirst class Degree
|* >70%||*> 7.0|
2:1 ClassificationUpper Second class Degree
|* 60%-69%||* 6-6.9|
2:2 ClassificationLower Second class degree
|* 50%-59%||* 5.5-5.9|
We ask for good Indian Senior School (Year 12) exam results. The specific subjects we ask for are listed on each degree page.
If it says 'national 5/GCSE/Standard grade' it means that you need to have achieved a good grade in that subject in 10th which is at the same level. Or if for example maths at 'Higher' or 'A-level', you need a good grade in that subject in 12th.
The Indian year 12 percentages below are what you need to get. For example, for a course that requires AABB at Higher, you need 70% in year 12.
We also accept students who complete a specialist diploma after 10th instead of continuing to 12th, provided the institution and qualification is recognised and you achieve a good grade.
For some subjects such as Computer Arts or MProf Game Development we usually ask for a link to your portfolio.
International Scholarships are available to students who achieve 85% or better in 12th or the equivalent
UKVI IELTS 6 with no band lower than 5.5 or IB/GCSE is required for English Language.
The fees you pay depend on the course you study. You can find the list of fees here, or speak to Janice if you need more information.