Northern Irish students
If you are a student who normally lives in Northern Ireland, you are likely to have a fee status of 'Rest of the UK (England, Wales, Northern Ireland)', and you may be eligible to apply for support and funding to help you cover the costs of university.
As a student at the University of St Andrews, you will be expected to pay fees every year that you are in attendance. Fees may increase annually during the course of your study. The amount you will have to pay depends upon the degree you are studying for and your fee status.
Tuition fees for 2019-2020 will be £9,250.
Applicants who, following the receipt of their offer, defer entry to the following year may be required to pay a fee subject to an inflationary increase.
Your fee status will determine the level of tuition fees you will have to pay. You should query your fee status with us if you are unsure which fee category will apply to you.
If you wish to query your fee status, you must do this prior to receiving a decision on your application. Acceptance of an offer constitutes acceptance of the conditions outlined in the offer, including fee status.
Information regarding fee status can be found on the UKCISA website. UKCISA is the UK's national advisory body serving the interests of students and those who work with them.
The University of St Andrews is committed to attracting the very best students regardless of their financial circumstances. We offer a large number of bursaries and scholarships to undergraduate students, and there are also a number of external grants offered from outside the University.After you have applied to study at St Andrews, you can apply for scholarships and funding by logging into My Application. You will receive an email with information on how to access My Application where you will find 'My Scholarships and Funding'.
Below is a list of bursaries and scholarships that may be available to you as a student domiciled in Northern Ireland.
Funded by the University
The following scholarships are funded by the University of St Andrews and generous donations made by alumni and friends of the University of St Andrews, charitable trusts and other organisations and companies.
Offered by academic Schools and units
The following scholarships are offered by academic Schools and units within the University.
The following scholarships are administered and funded outside the University of St Andrews but may be available to eligible students who wish to attend the University.
You may be eligible to have the full cost of your tuition fees covered by a tuition fee loan provided you are a full-time student, domiciled in Northern Ireland, and you are taking your first degree. The tuition fee loan is offered by Student Finance Northern Ireland, is non-means tested, and paid directly to the institution by the Student Loans Company.
You can apply for loans and additional support to help with living costs whilst at university. The level of entitlement depends on family income.
Visit the Student Finance Northern Ireland web pages for full eligibility criteria, and for details on how and when to apply.
Repayments on student loans will start after you graduate or leave university, provided you are earning over a certain threshold per year. Visit the Student Loan Repayment web pages for full details.
ScotGEM applicants should refer to the specific fees and funding web page.