How to Apply

Find all the information you need to apply for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, and explore the different entry routes to Abertay.

Applying as an Undergraduate

If you're ready to apply to Abertay University for an undergraduate degree, we can help guide you through the process.

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How to Apply

Applying to university is a big deal, and it can seem complicated. We're here to help you every step of the way.

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Applying from College

Over a third of students come from college. Find out where your Access, HNC or HND course could take you.

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International Students

Find everything you need to know about applying to Abertay as an international student.

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Applying as a Postgraduate

Find information if you're considering applying for a postgraduate taught or postgraduate research degree.

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Postgraduate Taught Applications

Find the information you need around deadlines, entry requirements, and advice to help you submit a successful taught postgraduate application.

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Developing Your Own Research Proposal

Learn more about submitting a research proposal, research opportunities, entry requirements, English language requirements, and applying for a visa.

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Many Routes to Entry at Abertay

Learn more about entry requirements for international students, alternative entry routes, and applying for postgraduate research.

Entry Requirements by Country

Discover whether you're eligible for entry and learn more about the country-specific qualifications you need to study at Abertay.

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Alternative Entry Routes to University

Applicants often have a wide range of qualifications and experience. Read more about access courses, preparation courses and alternative entry routes.

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Curriculum for Excellence

We recognise the importance of Curriculum for Excellence (CFE) and its aim to ensure that young people in Scotland develop and flourish.

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