Find answers to questions for incoming and current students.
Further information is found on the graduation web page.
Please visit the following webpages relevant to your course of study to find information about tuition fee liabilities:
The deadline dates for applications can be found on question 5 of our US loans - frequently asked questions webpage.
For undergraduate students, the second instalment for tuition fees is due no later than 10th January 2019. For accommodation fees the due date is also 10th January 2019 unless you have a recurring card plan set up then the due date is the 17th January 2019.
The International Advice team in Student Services can assist with providing guidance on completing your visa application. Contact them via email at email@example.com or make an appointment at the Advice and Support Centre (ASC).
In order to get academic support, you need to arrange to meet with a Disability Adviser. The Disability Adviser will discuss your particular needs and tailor the academic support to meet these. Academic support may include note takers in lectures, access to a PC or a scribe in exams, extra time in exams and so on. It is your responsibility to initiate a meeting with the disability adviser to ensure that the academic support you require is put in place.
When you hold an unconditional offer, having satisifed all entry conditons and paid any required pre-payment, you will receive a welcome pre-enrolment email ahead of your programme start date. This will include:
The scholarships and funding catalogue offers a searchable directory of funding options offered by the University towards fees, living expenses, travel and initiatives. Please see the scholarships webpages for more information.
Applicants to the University will receive an email with information on how to access the scholarships and funding catalogue after their fee status has been determined.
Current students can access the scholarships and funding portal through their MySaint account.
Once you have completed your FAFSA please follow the steps on our How to apply webpage.
Studying at a foreign school means that you are ineligible for the usual US-based financial aid such as Pell Grants and Perkins Loans. The US loan team at the University of St Andrews can only administer your applications for US loans.
There will be nine graduation ceremonies held from Monday 24 - Friday 28 June 2019 and we will know who, will be graduating on what day nearer the end of the year (end of October beginning of November), once the students have matriculated for the next up and coming session.
As soon as we know, the information will be published on the Graduation web page
In order to update your card details please either call the Cash Office on 01334 462585 or visit The ASC, 79 North Street, St Andrews in person.
For security reasons, please do not send card details by email.