Study in United Kingdom with University of St Andrews
University of St. Andrews is a Public and research university which was established in 1410. The university is Scotland's first university whereas third oldest in the English world.
University of St. Andrews comprises of four faculties: Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Divinity, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Science. Under these faculties, the university offers a variety of programs such as biology, chemistry, computer science, geosciences, mathematics, physics and astronomy, psychology and neuroscience, art history, classics, economics, English, film studies, history, international relations, management, modern languages, philosophy and many more.
University of St. Andrews has more than 10,000 students. The University has 8,250 undergraduate students and around 2,080 Graduate students. The students from over 140 countries.
University of St. Andrews offers alternative entry routes for applicants who come from areas where they receive limited applications and who are unable to obtain the required grades, or for those who are returning to education after an extended period of time. St Andrews is committed to attracting the very best students. Scholarships are offered to the Graduate and Undergraduate students. There are over 50 sports clubs and 100 competitive sports teams to choose from.
Notable Alumni: Thoman Chalmers (Scottish Minister and Professor), John Pringle (British Physician), James Wilson (one of the Founding Father of the US)
University of St Andrews Programs
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University of St Andrews Cost of studies
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
University of St Andrews Deadlines
Bachelors: 1 May
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