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 and 18, 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.  

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Graduates of 2021

President's Letter

-By Matthew Simpson

Upon my very first outing with Dundee University Boat Club, as a bright-eyed first year and newcomer to the sport, I hardly could have grasped an understanding of the impact that it would later play in my university experience. Never mind that I would have the privilege of leading it as President in my final year of studies. To the unfamiliar, this club may pose the facade of ‘just another university rowing programme’, however, beyond the tartan of our base-layers and leggings, you’ll find a community of students whose determination and dedication to their club is one of Olympic proportions. Coming up to our 30th Anniversary, DUBC is in its infancy compared to a landscape of more traditional and longer established rowing competitors in the UK. Despite this, it has accomplished incredible development and promises a bright future for defining what Dundee has to offer to the exciting world of this sport. 

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Thinking about Studying at Dundee? Becoming a DUBC member allows you to study at one of the top  universities for student experience whilst helping grow one of Scotland's most ambitious rowing clubs.