Founded 1881 as University College, Dundee preparing students for external examination of the University of London. Became part of the University of St. Andrews 1897. Acquired present status and title 1967. An autonomous institution, although a significant proportion of its funding comes directly or indirectly from the Government.
- Arts and Social Sciences CollegeFields of study: American Studies, Arts and Humanities, Business and Commerce, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, European Studies, Finance, Geography, Law, Marketing, Modern History, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Psychology, Regional Planning, Social Policy, Social Sciences, Social Work, Town Planning
- Academic year: October to June (October-December, January-March, April-June)
- Requirements: General Certificate of Education (GCE) with 2 Advanced ('A') level passes in approved subjects, or 1 'A' pass and 2 Advanced Supplementary ('AS') level passes, or 4 'AS' passes. A General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) with 'A' or 'AS' pass in English language is normally required. Also Scottish Certificate of Education, BTec, and SCOTVEC, or foreign equivalent to above
- Students allowance: Co-ed