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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.
Attendance costs are available on our Cost of Attendance webpages (please note these are estimated costs only).
Students may not be permitted to graduate from the University of St Andrews with any outstanding debt and they will also be excluded from any graduation literature.
Where a student is funded by a sponsor, and their sponsor has failed to make payment of any tuition and/or accommodation fees, the debit will be transferred to the student's account and must be paid in full prior to graduation.
Students will not be issued with their Certificate of Degree whilst they have an outstanding debt.
Pre-advising is an online process during which you submit your provisional module choices via the academic advising system. This helps you plan your academic programme for the next year, and saves time with data entry during the advising meeting. It also helps schools with planning if they have a rough idea how many students are likely to take each module. Choices submitted during pre-advising are not binding: you can change your mind any time up to the advising meeting (and indeed afterwards, up to the re-advising deadline).
You must complete pre-advising before attending your advising meeting. Your Adviser of studies may send you away again if you have not done so, telling you to make your choices and then rejoin the queue or make another appointment.
New students complete pre-advising in the summer before arrival (or January, for those arriving in semester 2); returning students complete pre-advising in June of the preceding academic year.
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