Coronavirus information and guidance
The St Andrews approach to learning and teaching is a mix of traditional and new. We help develop essential knowledge and theories while providing opportunities to advance practical uses for the skills students acquire.
The University's approach to teaching and learning is changing for the 2020-2021 academic year. Find out about how changes in teaching will affect students and staff on this site.
More general information and guidance about the coronavirus can be found on the coronavirus web pages.
A collection of contacts across Schools, including Directors of Teaching, Heads of Schools and more.
The University regularly reviews its academic offering through a range of internal and external review processes.
The governing bodies which influence University policy and ensure teaching standards are being met.
Blog posts from educators and Schools about best teaching practice, case studies, and experiences.
Information and guidance about results reporting, exams, and assessment.
Funding and awards available to staff in recognition of excellence in learning and teaching.
Find out about the education strategies, policies and supporting documentation which help deliver world-leading teaching.
A collection of resources and information to support teaching at St Andrews.
View the web timetable, find out about timetable preparation, and book rooms.
An ongoing research project led by an academic supervisor and made up of a team of students from any level of study.
The University has adapted teaching practices and facilities in response to the new circumstances imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Find out about your timetable and online exam updates.
A collection of digital resources to support remote study.
Information for students to help you study from home.
Outlines requirements for remote learning.
Information and support to help students throughout their studies. Includes mentoring, study skills and online resources.
Earn credits and receive a grade for an ongoing research project led by an academic supervisor.
Develop skills to generate ideas which can lead to venture creation.