University of St Andrews

The University of St Andrews is located in St Andrews, Scotland, in the UK. It is sometimes referred to simply as St Andrews, and the unofficial acronym is St And. They have over 7000 students enrolled and offer courses including astronomy, physics, arts, and humanities.

The University of St Andrews was founded in the years 1410-1413 by an Augustinian clergy group that was driven away from the University of Paris and from Cambridge and Oxford Universities.  They offered courses including law, philosophy, logic, and divinity. King James VI would lend his support in 1532 by granting the college a royal charter.

Based on the QS World University Ranking of 2023, University of St Andrews is positioned as the #96 top university in the world. The rank decreased by 5 points from last year.

University Profile

Ranking #96
University Name University of St Andrews
Year Established 1410
Motto Ever to be the best


Address College Gate, North Street, St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom
Phone +44 (1334) 476 161
Fax +44 (1334) 462 570
Website University of St Andrews Website
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International Students Allowed Yes
Student Body Men and Women
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