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Question 1: The ________ also share several distinctive features and are governed by arrangements laid down by the Universities (Scotland) Acts.
University of AberdeenUniversity of St AndrewsAncient universityAncient universities of Scotland

Question 2: As a result, the ________ is usually considered alongside the ancient universities, particularly those in a Scottish context.
University of DundeeUniversity of GlasgowUniversity of BristolUniversity of St Andrews

Question 3: For most of its existence, Dundee formed a fully incorporated college of the ________, known as University College Dundee and Queen's College at various periods.
University of OxfordUniversity of GlasgowUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of St Andrews

Question 4: Ancient university is a term used to describe seven medieval and renaissance universities of ________, Scotland and Ireland that have continued to exist[1].
British peopleWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 5: The ancient universities are distinctive in offering the Magister Artium/Master of Arts (M.A.) as an undergraduate ________.
Academic degreeBachelor's degreePostgraduate educationDoctorate

Question 6: As a result of these Acts, each of these universities is ________ by a tripartite system of General Council, University Court, and Academic Senate.

Question 7: Six of those universities are currently located in the United Kingdom and one in ________.
MaltaUnited StatesRepublic of IrelandNorthern Ireland

Question 8: King's College London in 1829 (both this and University College London received their Royal Charters and became part of the ________ in 1836), and
London Metropolitan UniversityUniversity of LondonImperial College LondonCity University London


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