## Information for Current Students## General## Undergraduate Students (Divison of Mathematics)- Divisional Timetable Semester 1, 2016/17
- Divisional Timetable Semester 2, 2016/17
- University Timetable
Access to timetable from outside the UoD - List of Modules academic year 15/16
- List of Modules academic year 16/17
- Maths Base
- Student Representatives (from within UoD network only)
- Blackboard (My Dundee)
- Undergraduate StudentHandbook 2014-15
- School of Science and Engineering on My Dundee Login to "My Dundee" and navigate to "School of Science and Engineering". Includes: Undergraduate Degree Regulations, Module decriptors, school timetables and various other information.
- Support offered by the UoD Learning Centre
## Ongoing Degrees- Erasmus Mundus MSc Course
- Research PhDs in Applied Mathematics
- The Taught Postgraduate programmes we offer (Prospectus)
## Postgraduate Students (Divison of Mathematics)## And then .. your career!## Software |
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