|Area of Study||Arts and Humanities, Biology, Business, Creative Arts, Environmental Practice, Environment and Geoscience, Information Technology, Marine Science, Psychology, Science|
|Average Credit Load||60 UK Credits|
|Semester dates||September - DecemberJanuary - May|
Study at the University of St Andrews, Scotland’s first university founded in 1413, and experience world-class teaching, cutting edge research and the flexible degree structure. St Andrews students are the most satisfied in the country when compared to other mainstream universities, with the National Student Survey 2017 naming St Andrews top in the UK for the ninth time in the past 11 years.
Life at St Andrews is centred around an internationally renowned teaching system, but it is the huge range of additional opportunities only St Andrews can provide which creates the unique experience. Because St Andrews is a small university, students have the opportunity to interact with staff, integrate with each other, and to feel a sense of belonging. They are active in politics, charity fundraising, volunteering locally, and in playing a governance role in how their services are run.
Ancestral home of Scottish monarchs, world-famous for its golf and some of Scotland's best scenic attractions, the Kingdom of Fife has a distinct identity. Despite its small size – barely fifty miles at its widest point – Fife encompasses several different regions, with a marked difference between the semi-industrial south and the rural north. Southern Fife is dominated by Dunfermline, a former capital of Scotland, and the 'Lang Toun' of Kirkcaldy, Fife's largest settlement. The Forth Road and Rail Bridges are the most memorable sights on this stretch of coastline.
For more information on courses available, visit the St Andrews website.
International students are able to apply to stay in one of the University’s halls of residence. You can also try to find your own private accommodation in St Andrews.
Cost of living varies depending on personal needs, the estimated cost of living for one year including on-campus accommodation, food, health insurance, transport, textbooks and supplies and spending is estimated at GBP 8,000.
You do need a visa if you are a national from a country outside the EEA or Switzerland. The type of visa you need depends on how long your study period is. If you are studying for six months or less, you should apply for a short-term study visa. If you are studying for more than six months, you should apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa.