For information on funding, please see the Fees & Funding pages.
Those who are not eligible for a bursary or scholarship for fees or living costs should ensure that alternative funding arrangements are in place to cover the full duration of the course, prior to beginning studies.
For information about accommodation, please see the Accommodation pages.
The cost of living in Dundee is much lower than the UK average, which is positive news for students considering study options within the city either at college or university.
Estimated living costs (fees not included) for an 8-month academic year is estimated to be around £4,800- £8,000 per year and will vary according to lifestyle.
|Living Expenses (per month)||Cost per month|
|Accommodation (student & private)||£200 – £600*|
|Other (books, clothes, travel)||£100|
|Total**||£600 – £1000|
*Accommodation costs will vary depending on location, type and amenities. Those who choose to live non-student accommodation/private accommodation should also factor in an allowance for bills.
** Students should also be aware that not all courses in Al-Maktoum College qualify for Council Tax exemption. If in doubt, students should seek clarification from email@example.com
The College welcomes applications from students with disabilities or additional support needs. Applications from students are assessed following standard procedures. If an offer of study is made, assessments will be carried out to ensure the College can provide the required support.
For further support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Students have access to College Welfare Officers and should make contacts with the officers if they need additional support or guidance on a variety of matters.
Consultation hours: Monday 14.00-16.00 or by appointment
Phone: 01382 908070
Consultation hours: Monday 13.30-14.30 or by appointment
Phone: 01382 908070
Virtual meetings with student welfare officers via Teams are available. Please contact either officer to make arrangements.
The College has links with local education providers, allowing our students to make use of external services. This includes the use of the University of Dundee’s Counselling Service.
For more information, contact email@example.com
By international standards, the UK is a safe country with low rates of street crime and violence.
Link any city however, the city of Dundee is not exempt from crime. Following the below advice for best safety practice:
Personal safely advice for students is also available via the Police Scotland website.
For international students, in particular, the British Council have provided a safety guide.