Undergraduate degree programmes

The School of Physics and Astronomy offers a diverse range of undergraduate programmes. These degree programmes are flexible, with alternatives in entry points and choices in exit points. Students are able to choose some of their modules and have the ability to switch their degree intentions along the way.

  • What is the difference between a BSc degree and an Integrated Masters degree?

  • Changing your degree intention.

  • Joint degrees with Mathematics, Chemistry or Philosophy.

You can find more information in the School entry brochure (PDF) and the University prospectus which includes an entry for the School.

The University of St Andrews is holding visiting days throughout the year for prospective undergraduate students.