St Leonard's Postgraduate College
St Leonard’s Postgraduate College is at the heart of the postgraduate community of St Andrews. All postgraduates - Masters students and doctoral students - are members of the College, which was originally founded in 1512 as a college for poor clerks of the Church of St Andrews.
The role of St Leonard's Postgraduate College is to:
- promote the interest of postgraduates across the University and champion the development of postgraduate education and research.
- foster a vibrant and intellectually stimulating postgraduate community and provide opportunities for postgraduates to come together and make new connections.
- work with partners across the University to support the effectiveness and coherency of services and support for postgraduates.
- foster interdisciplinary postgraduate education and scholarship through the Graduate School.
The head of St Leonard’s Postgraduate College retains the historic title of Provost. The current Provost of St Leonard’s Postgraduate College is Dr Monique Mackenzie.
You can find out more about St Leonard's Postgraduate College, including the history of the College, upcoming events, and a range of resources on the St Leonard's Postgraduate College website. St Leonard's Postgraduate College can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
General enquiriesEmail: email@example.com
Phone: +44 (0)1334 46 2032
St Leonard’s Postgraduate College
The Bute Building