Undergraduate students

 
Undergraduates wearing their red gowns on the St Andrews Pier

Undergraduates in their red gowns on the St Andrews Pier

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The first two years of the programme at the Subhonours level provides a set of four core courses (one per semester) in film analysis, film history, world cinema, and film theory. In these first two years (level 1 and level 2) you take a total of 240 credits or 120 credits per year. 80 credits of these (40 per year) must consist of the four subhonours film modules, allowing you the opportunity to explore other subjects alongside film studies.

Students with marks of 11/20 or better are allowed to progress to Honours level study where you will have the opportunity to work closely with leading international scholars to develop your own interests, skills and specialisms within film. The modules on offer varies each year. For a full list of those on offer this year, see honours modules.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK:

UG Film Studies – 2016-17

UNDERGRADUATE REPRESENTATION:

The Film Studies President for 2016-2017 is Kit Klaes: kak2@st-andrews.ac.uk

The SSCC Representatives for AY16/17 are:

1st year: Erin Main (em216) and Anna Juszczyk (aj79)

2nd year: Catherine Sweeney (chs21) and Laszlo Szegedi (las31)

Honours: Ruby Eleftheriotis (reae), Fi Pollock (fp31), Tommy Rowe (tpr) and Gabrielle Levey (gkl)

Postgraduate (Taught): Lucy Ralston (lr91) and Ronan Davis (rcd5)

Postgraduate (Research):  Connor McMorran (cam46)

The Student Association offers support, activities and representation.