The University is conveniently located on a city centre campus, with all of its buildings within a quarter of a mile of each other. Shops, recreational facilities and the main bus and train stations are a short walk away.
The main buildings - Old College, Kydd Building, Student Centre and Hannah Maclure Centre - are in the Bell Street complex, grouped around the University's award-winning library.
There's always a busy atmosphere around the Abertay campus, as students come and go to lectures, meet with staff, study for exams, and attend tutorials and seminars.
There are five levels within the main academic area of Abertay, consisting of four buildings: the Kydd building, the Baxter Building, the Graham Building and the Old College building. Level 5 is generally for Social Health Science students, level 4 generally for Computing (Kydd Building).
Here's how to find the Campus in the first place.
We've provided you with maps of each level for you to get familiar with the layout. You can even print them off and bring them with you.
If you can't come to the campus in person, for whatever reason, you can visit us online at any time. Find out more about our virtual open and applicant days.
If you'd like to bring a group of students to one of our Open Days or arrange an alternative date, please contact our Student Recruitment team on email@example.com. Please visit our Coronavirus section to find out when this will be possible.
The nearest public carpark is West Bell St multi-storey car park, which is two minutes walk from the Abertay campus.
You can purchase a monthly parking pass which will give you the most cost-savings. The Dundee City Council webpage gives you all the details.
It’s really simple to do – you make a single purchase before the first of each month. To order a monthly ticket, visit the City Council's Make a Payment page.
Whether you work or live in Tayside and Central Scotland, you can find someone to share your journey with via the the Liftshare website. It's free to join and allows you the flexibility to drive into Dundee and the university campus. There are many benefits:
• Save a considerable amount of money on city car parking.
• Save money through reduced mileage and petrol costs.
• Reduced congestion into/out of Dundee.
• Reduced pollution around the city.
• Alleviate parking problems driving to and out of Dundee.
• Meet new people.
Sport at Abertay is as much a part of university life as attending lecture and tutorials. We have over 20 sports clubs ranging from traditional sports such as rugby and football through to new exciting sports such as skydiving and ultimate Frisbee.
Most clubs compete in the Scottish universities sport leagues, while some also compete in local amateur leagues.
There's also a large gym on campus, making it ideal to use in between classes. For a minimal membership you have the use of 14 cardio vascular stations, 15 strength stations and as much training advice as you want.
For contact details for all the current sports clubs, contact the Sports Development Officer or the clubs directly.
The gym is on the ground floor of the Graham Building and can be accessed through Old College, round the corner from the Copyshop, or from the bottom right corner of the rear car park