Michael Alexander meets staff and students at Perth College UHI which has been voted the number one university to study music business in the UK.
Second year of Donald Trump likely to be ‘even more eventful’ than the first, says Dundee University expert
One year on from the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, Dr Matthew Ward, senior history lecturer at Dundee University, predicts that the second year of the Trump presidency promises to be “even more eventful” than the first.
What if Scotland’s lack of success as a football nation isn’t due to a dearth of technical ability but rather a shortage of leadership skills on the pitch?
Tayside's world-renowned higher education and health science projects were showcased to politicians involved in the Tay Cities Deal.
A project that makes bespoke prosthetic hands was among the inaugural winners of The Stephen Fry Awards for Excellence in Public Engagement with Research at Dundee University.
The loss of a European student exchange programme would be a “major disaster” for language teaching in Scottish schools, says a Dundee lecturer.
Dundee University issued fines totalling more than £40,000 for overdue library books in one year, new figures have revealed.
A Dundee University student pushed a nurse and spat on a registrar's face at Ninewells Hospital after becoming "inebriated" at a basketball team initiation ceremony.
Tayside stroke survivors reveal why they won’t be ‘lost for words’ in support of Stroke Association campaign
Michael Alexander meets two Tayside stroke survivors who are supporting the Stroke Association’s ‘Lost for Words’ campaign throughout December.
The first group of entrepreneurs to complete a business accelerator programme in Dundee held a showcase to pitch their ideas yesterday.