Handbooks and resources
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All information is correct when uploaded. Timetables may be updated throughout the year. Additional updates and details are available:
- in handbooks
- via email
- from instructors and office staff
- on mySaint.
Please note that whilst all of your core and option module lectures are available to see on your MySaint personal timetable, you will need to check the University Web Timetable for up-to-date module information. The web timetable can be accessed at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/webtt/ . If you click on this link and look under modules for your module code you will be able to see the timetables. Please make sure that you check web timetables regularly as there may be some slight changes throughout the academic year to lectures, tutorials and other module specific sessions. If you have any problems viewing your web timetable please contact email@example.com .
Module resources currently available to enrolled students will be found on Moodle. Please contact the module coordinator if you have questions about materials on Moodle.
You can find course catalogue module information for first year, second year and Honours for Semesters 1 and 2, as well as details of the undergraduate programme requirements for Management in the course catalogue.
Details about module content can be found in module guides. These are indicative, and for the year specified only. Module offerings may change from year to year.
The role of the School President is to make representations on behalf of the students within their School to the University. The broad aim of the School President system is to improve communications and co-operation between students and staff, for the mutual benefit of both. The School President acts as a fundamental link between the student sabbatical officers of the Students' Association and the class representatives.
Jeanne Adam was elected student School President in spring 2020 and will hold office until spring 2021. Contact your School President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Staff-Student Consultative Committee comprises teaching staff and two student representatives (one from Arts Faculty and one from Science Faculty) for each level of study. The meetings are chaired by the School President.
Student Representatives are chosen during Week 1 of the session. If you would like to represent your class please consider volunteering for these positions.
Year Representatives act as points of contact for students to raise any comments on their learning experience at the Staff Student Consultative Committee meetings which are held twice per semester in the School of Management.
Study abroad gives students the opportunity to develop a more international perspective on the theory and practice of management, and it enhances career prospects.
Junior year abroad, semester abroad, exchanges, collaborations
Each year the School of Management welcomes students from around the world to St Andrews, to explore intellectual interests in another academic culture. Please view the study abroad pages for more information.
University of St Andrews students abroad
Reciprocal arrangements with other universities offer St Andrews students in their third year of study the opportunity to apply for exchange programmes in Australia, Italy, New Zealand and North America. Exchanges are competitive and students must demonstrate a strong academic record to be considered. Study abroad destinations are reviewed regularly and may change on an annual basis.
Universities that have participated recently in the Exchange programmes include:
- University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Università Bocconi (Bocconi University), Italy
- University of California, USA
- University of Melbourne, Australia
- Purdue University, USA
- University of Richmond, USA
- Washington College, USA
- Western University, Canada
- College of William & Mary, USA
In addition, students following joint degrees in Management with a foreign language who have chosen the 'Integrated Year Abroad' degree path will have the opportunity to pursue their language studies at a wide selection of European organisation and institutions. For more information please consult the study abroad pages.
It is important to note that the School will only accredit modules and programmes at Universities with which the School holds current agreements. The School is seeking to increase the list of such agreements.
Also, students are responsible for reviewing the pre-requisites of partner institutions to verify they meet the background required to enrol into the appropriate modules. This is especially critical for those students on the banking and finance track.
Students apply during Semester 1 of their second year at St Andrews. The application process is described on the study abroad pages.
Contact the School of Management study abroad coordinator at email@example.com.
The Careers Centre website includes:
- Career options
If you are looking for inspiration or have an idea of the kind of industry you are interested in, see success stories for both work experience and graduate jobs, written by fellow students and alumni. See also a Careers A to Z containing over 50 career sector guides.
- The application process
- Information and searchable databases: internships and work experience
- Graduate jobs
- Postgraduate study.
School of Management contacts:
- Career options