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Airy and spacious, with an innovative modern design, the Dalhousie Building is a purpose-built teaching facility. It contains four large lecture theatres, forty teaching/seminar rooms and several IT suites.

This building was named ‘Best Commercial/Public Building’ by the Dundee Institute of Architects in 2007.

It was named in honour of the University’s second Chancellor, the 16th Earl of Dalhousie, and opened by the Queen.

Delegate Information

The information below has been especially tailored to your conference with the aim of making your visit to Dundee and Angus as easy as possible. Using the link below you can find the most relevant information to help you plan your trip from registering for the conference to booking your accommodation, restaurants, day trips and much more.


Dundee is on the banks of the River Tay, some 60km northeast of Edinburgh. It is served by road and rail, and has its own small airport, with direct flights from London Stansted. Edinburgh and its airport are some 75 minutes by road to the south. London’s hub airports are a 1 hour flight from Edinburgh, and budget airlines offer an inexpensive way of travelling between the capital cities.

A free shuttle bus service from Edinburgh Airport to Dundee is available at selected times on Sunday 9 July and Monday 10 July.

To check the times and book your seat click this link

The conference venue is a short walk from the city centre.

Downloadable map of Dundee city centre and the conference venue