Dundee University Boat Club is not just one of the hardest working and passionate student clubs in the country, but also the University itself. Founded by a small group of medics in 1991, the club has grown from a small presence on campus to one of the most successful: winning Club of the Year in 2017/18, 2018/19, 2020/21, and 2021/22, the Victor Ludorum trophy at Scottish Rowing Indoor Championships, members being elected to Sports Union Exec and our Club President being crowned Volunteer of the Year for 2019/20.
Based on the banks of the River Tay near Perth, we are an ambitious student-run club, welcoming all, no matter your rowing ability. Whether a prospective student, alumni, or supporter, we encourage you to get in contact and stay up to date with all of our successes to come.
“I joined DUBC last year as a senior rower. In arriving I found the most friendly, welcoming club I have ever had the pleasure of being part of. We are a fully volunteer run student club, with training run by our squad Captains and kept afloat through the hard work of our committee. Throughout the year we take athletes to competitions including large national races, such as ScotChamps and BUCS, and are committed to helping our members achieve their goals within the sport. DUBC aims to make rowing accessible to all, whether you are a complete beginner, recreational rower, alumni, senior, or cox, we would love to have you come row with us!”