More than 750 students graduated from Abertay University on Thursday.
One student celebrating his success and creating history at the same time was Dr Oliver James, who is dyslexic.
He left school with one higher and is the first person to go have gone to college then joined Abertay to complete both an undergraduate degree and a PHD.
He has not let his dyslexia affect him and has qualified as a doctor in exercise physiology.
He said: “I hated high school and had no interest in anything apart from taking part in PE or playing hockey outwith school.
“School was always hard for me, and when I found out I was dyslexic at the age of eight it just felt like I could never achieve anything.
“I was told by some of my teachers that I couldn’t follow certain career paths, but I can safely say I proved anyone who doubted me wrong.”
Also graduating today in computer games application development was Eoghan Mulvenna, 22, from Victoria Road.
He said: “It feels pretty good. I was a lot of hard work. It was a really fun four years.”