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Alm College has a small but lively student community. Although there isn’t a program of sports teams, clubs and societies like in larger universities, there is an exciting timetable of events and activities organised by the Al-Maktoum College Student Society. It’s ideal for postgraduate students to get involved with and meet people from outside their course, as well as make new friends.
The Student Society are the centre of student engagement at the college, and run social events such as film screenings, music and cultural events, food tasting evenings and much more. There are also ongoing charity programmes and volunteering schemes, which increase the college’s involvement with local and regional communities.
There is a lot for postgraduate students to discover in Dundee and the regional area. Dundee has a population of about 150,000, of which 40,000 comprise a truly international community of students enrolled at various institutions in the city. It is one of the most affordable cities in the UK, which makes housing easier to find, and the general cost of living is lower than usual, which eases financial pressures of studying abroad. Additionally, Dundee is remarkably safe – in fact, the Complete University Guide 2021 ranks it as one of the safest in the UK.
Dundee is a historic city with plenty of green spaces and parkland, and a fantastic waterfront with shops and museums, and views over the Tay estuary. The town is a blend of old and new, with cobbled streets and contemporary architecture side-by-side, as well as all the modern amenities which students need for comfort and convenience. Dundee is only an hour and twenty minutes from Edinburgh by train, which makes visiting Scotland’s capital a great option for a day or weekend trip.
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