On the day of graduation, graduates and their guests will visit a number of locations.
Celebrations are held in some of the University's most historic and significant spaces.
Below you can learn more about their history as well as find where they are located in St Andrews.
Younger Hall is the main venue for graduation ceremonies at the University, located in the centre of St Andrews. It is named after James and Annie Younger, local philanthropists and benefactors of the University.
Opened in 1929 by HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, the hall was recently renovated as part of a £12 million project.
St Salvator's Quadrangle
At the end of the graduation ceremonies at Younger Hall, the academic procession makes its way to St Salvator's Quadrangle, where families and friends of the graduates wait to congratulate them. The procession winds its way around the lawn, allowing everyone to see and appreciate the new graduates' achievements.
The quadrangle itself is a stunning space, surrounded by beautiful architecture and historic buildings, including St Salvator's Chapel, which dates back to the 15th century.
The Buchanan Building is the main collection point for graduation tickets before the ceremonies.
The main lecture theatre in the Buchanan Building is also used to show live screenings of the ceremonies. This lets family and friends who do not have tickets to the ceremony at Younger Hall watch the proceedings.