Dundee bids to attract non-Scots students

May 12, 2000

Dundee University is marketing three-year honours degrees in its new prospectus in a bid to combat a downturn in British entrants from outside Scotland, and to attract high-flying Scottish pupils who are poised to take innovative Advanced Higher school courses from this autumn.

Dundee has suffered a drop in non-Scottish entrants, thought to stem from bad publicity surrounding fourth-year tuition fees. Its proportion of Northern Ireland students, for example, has fallen from 14 per cent to 8 per cent.

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