Matriculation is the process of registering as a student with the University and is compulsory for all students.
If your matriculation is not fully complete by Friday of Week 1 of teaching, you will begin to receive warnings under the failure to matriculate policy.
Advising meetings for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students studying at the University in Semester 1 2020-2021 will take place Monday 31 August to Wednesday 9 September 2020. Some advisers may only be available during the traditional core advising period of Monday to Wednesday in Orientation Week (7 to 9 September).
Due to the situation with Covid-19, this semester appointments will take place online, unless you are in St Andrews and you and your Adviser of Studies agree to meet in person.
We are currently planning to hold a limited matriculation event in September 2020 in order to complete in-person document checks for some international students for visa
The matriculation event will take place on the following dates in the Gateway building:
- 9am to 5pm, Monday 7 September to Thursday 10 September 2020
If you require an in-person document check, you will be informed of this requirement during online matriculation and you will be given an appointment to attend the matriculation
Please do not attend the event if you have not been asked to do so.
If you need to complete an in-person ID or document check, but you are unable to arrive in St Andrews for orientation week to attend the matriculation event due to Covid-19 travel
International students must present the following documents at both online and in-person ID and document checks (where these are required):
- visa or biometric card (if you already have this)
UK and EU students
When completing an online ID and document check, new UK and EU students must present the document they used when they completed their ‘Personal Details’ task during online
- ID card
- drivers licence
- birth certificate.