This Visit Scotland page will give you lots of ideas of things to see and do in Dundee, during and after isolation. Where would you like to visit first? Find out from the others in your household where they would like to go around Dundee after self-isolation is over. For things do online look at the Events page in this guide.
Don't forget to look at hidden gems
If shopping's more your thing see this guide
You may have to stay inside your room for 14 days, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some art and culture!
The original Victoria and Albert Museum was founded in London in 1852, but on 15 September 2018, the V&A opened its second location right here in Dundee! The museum works closely with the University, particularly the school of Art and Design, and has a number of free galleries open to the public.
During lockdown, our University of Dundee Museum Curator, Matthew Jarron, made a series of virtual guided walks of public art and design in different parts of Dundee.
He used Google Streetview and photos from Public Art Dundee volunteers, Dundee City Council and private collections. Watch of some of these videos to get to know different areas of your new city!
Here's one of the city centre to get you started...
Watch this video by the brilliant Korean Billy to see how he has mastered the dialect!
Watch the video below to see how the locals do it! - select the icon bottom left to watch in full screen.
The Scots accent takes a bit of getting used to, and to make things harder, as you'll have seen, it differs across the country. Watch this next video by Korean Billy to learn how to talk like famous Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi!
The word search includes words about your studies, about the University, and the city of Dundee. You can do the wordsearch online or print it off, and every time you refresh the page, the puzzle will update with new words!
Scotland is world famous for its stunning scenery, from rugged mountains to incredible beaches. Its people have a reputation for warmth, humour and hospitality. Look at some of the things your new home has to offer virtually for now and hopefully it won't be too long before you can visit some of these places in person.
From museums and castles to mountains and lochs; there is something for everyone in Scotland - here are some ideas of must see places.
Watch Sam, an American tourist, sample some deep-fried chocolate delicacies in Edinburgh.
Whether you are a man, or a woman,
Whether you are coming or going,
Whether you are early or late.
Don't forget to,
Shut the gate
Yes, we do deep fry Mars bars and pizzas in Scotland, but that is not the full extent of our cuisine!
Our beautiful, green and fertile country (rain is good for some things!) has amazing natural produce, from world-class fish and seafood, to the famous Aberdeen Angus beef. And how about Scotch whisky, heather honey and of course, our national dish, haggis! Locally, Tayside has one of the best climates to grow succulent soft fruits such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries - try them when they're back in season next June - there are even farms nearby where you can pick your own!
It's haggis and contrary to rumours you might have heard, it's not a one legged bird that roams the hills and glens of Scotland!
To learn more about this traditional Scottish dish and see what it looks like when it's cooked see the BBC Good Food Guide
Television, penicillin and golf - just three of the incredible inventions originating in Scotland.
Now you've learned all about our inventions try this Scottish Inventors Quiz
The Old Course at St Andrews is the oldest golf course in the world - first played on in the early 15th century - and is only half and hour from Dundee. A great place to visit once travel restrictions permit.
When you are no longer isolating, if you leave Dundee by car or bus, heading along Riverside Drive towards Perth, look to your left after you're past the airport - you'll see some of these 'muckle' (big) beasts in a field happily munching on grass!
Born January 25, 1759, Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland—died July 21, 1796, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire
Robert Burns - or, Rabbie Burns, is Scotland's national, much-loved poet.
He lived from 1759 -1796, writing in the Scots language about everything from love to witches to mice!
Hopefully you will have a chance to attend a Burns' Supper while you are here - a traditional Scottish celebration of the poet, held around the anniversary of his birthday - 25th January.
You'll find plenty more by Rabbie in the University Library
You'll find plenty more about Rabbie in the Library
Of course, he's not the only famous Scot see 100 more famous Scots
If you're in Residences, Share in your household FB group who you think the most famous person is from your country.
Time to give your eyes some rest away from your screens so you'll need a paper and pencil for this quiz - yes, really!
Why not make it into a competition with others in your household - no cheating!