Undergraduate study in Management

Studying management at St Andrews will prepare you for a strong future in the world of management. You will learn about the key techniques employed by marketing professionals and financial analysts, and gain the skills used by successful managers in diverse and challenging situations. You will reflect on your strengths both as an individual and when working as part of a team, in courses designed to teach you to understand how organisations operate.

The School's teaching and research both centre on the key concept of responsible enterprise: an ethical, globally responsible approach to managing organisations, and their social and environmental impacts.

Management graduates of St Andrews have found success in their chosen fields from investment banking to alternative energy firms, and many have gone on to become successful entrepreneurs, consultants, academics, accountants and public servants.

The modules offered in first and second year teach the critical skills necessary for more in-depth study of specialist areas in management at Honours level. No matter how you intend to use your degree when you finish, studying management will develop your employability and self-reliance for a wide range of careers.

The School of Management at St Andrews offers the following undergraduate courses:

You can choose to take management as part of a joint Honours degree. See the joint Honours degree page for more information.

The School is proud to participate in the Gateway to Arts programme, the FE-HE Pathway to Arts and the FE-HE Pathway to Science.