Indonesia

Students from Indonesia coming to study at St Andrews will be joining an institution with the highest standards of teaching and research across a broad range of degree options. There is a strong emphasis on independent study, and students will have the opportunity to produce original coursework that ventures beyond the confines of the syllabus.

St Andrews is ranked top in Scotland and third in the UK, and the University has an internationally renowned teaching system. However, it is the huge range of additional opportunities only St Andrews can provide which creates the unique experience. As St Andrews is a small university, students have the opportunity to interact with staff, integrate with each other, and to feel a sense of belonging.

Alongside their studies, Indonesian students will be able to enjoy taking part in societies, sports clubs and our many varied traditions.

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Entry requirements

The University of St Andrews accepts the following qualifications from Indonesia for entry to undergraduate or postgraduate study.

Undergraduate academic requirements

If you are interested in undergraduate study at St Andrews, you must meet the University's entry requirements as outlined below.

If you have graduated from a high school with a national school leaving certificate, we would also expect you to have one of the following:

  • Minimum of three A Levels
  • An IB Diploma
  • At least five 'Group A' advanced placement subjects
  • A foundation programme certificate. The University's Centre for International Foundation Programmes (CIFP) offers a range of programmes providing an excellent preparation for undergraduate academic study. Find out more about taking a foundation programme at the University of St Andrews.

This information is for general guidance; we consider each application on its own merits, as outlined in the admissions policy.

You will also be expected to meet the entry requirements set by the relevant Faculty for your programme of study.

Applicants to Medicine should refer directly to the School of Medicine.

Postgraduate academic requirements

Postgraduate candidates will be expected to hold a Magister with an overall grade of B+ or a GPA of 3.5. If you are a Sarjana applicant with exceptional grades of A, 4, or 'excellent', you may also be considered.

We do not require the GMAT/GRE.

The degree of MD (Medicine) requires a medical qualification that is recognised by the UK General Council.

Postgraduate entry requirements may be higher depending on the School and the programme you wish to study. For more information, please contact the international team in Admissions by emailing admissions@st-andrews.ac.uk.

Individual programme requirements can be found on the programme pages.

This information is for general guidance; we consider each application on its own merits, as outlined in the admissions policy.

English language requirements

All students entering the University must provide evidence that they can use English well enough to study effectively at St Andrews.

We accept a wide range of language tests and qualifications as proof of English language proficiency. If you were educated outside the UK or use English as an additional language, you should include information about your English language proficiency with your application.

Undergraduate English language requirements

For full information about the language tests and qualifications that the University accepts for undergraduate applicants, please see the undergraduate English language requirements.

Postgraduate English language requirements

For information on the language tests and qualifications which the University accepts for postgraduate students, please see the postgraduate English language requirements.

Pre-sessional courses

In order to fully prepare yourself for academic study, you can attend one of our pre-sessional courses. These combine language development with academic skills and orientation and provide an excellent introduction to university life.

It may be a condition of your offer that you are required to take a 10-week or 4-week pre-sessional course.

Find out more about pre-sessional courses.

Visas

Students from the Indonesia will need to obtain a visa to study at the University of St Andrews. The type of visa you will need depends on how long your study period is: those studying for six months or less will need to apply for a short-term study visa, while those studying for more than six months will need a Tier 4 (General) student visa.

For further information and guidance on visas, refer to the visas pages.

You can also find out more about living and working in the UK by visiting our moving to the UK pages.

Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees for students from Indonesia are set at the following for the academic year 2018-2019.

Undergraduate

Faculty of study Tuition fees
Faculty of Arts, Divinity or Science £21,290
Faculty of Medicine £30,080

Tuition fees in the Faculty of Arts, Divinity or Science are fixed at this level for the duration of your programme. Tuition fees in the Faculty of Medicine may increase annually by up to 5% or up to the national levy for overseas medical students to cover the costs of NHS clinical teaching.

Find out more about undergraduate tuition fees for international students.

Postgraduate

Postgraduate fees are determined by the individual programme. See tuition fees for postgraduate programmes for 2018-2019.

Scholarships

The University offers a range of scholarships for international students. Students from Indonesia may be particularly interested in the following:

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Accommodation

There are plenty of accommodation options to suit all needs. All entrant undergraduate students are guaranteed accommodation, and most choose to apply to stay in one of our halls of residence. 

There are also a number of postgraduate-only halls, as well as options for couples and families.

Find out how to apply for accommodation.

Meet us in Indonesia

The University of St Andrews staff are always pleased to meet prospective students in person. Our representatives have in-depth knowledge of the application process and what it’s like to study at St Andrews.

Our admissions representatives for Indonesia are:

Find out when you can meet us in your country and information on our country representatives and agents.

Support for international students

The University provides advice and support for international students. Whether you need guidance on applying for a visa, travelling to the UK, paying your healthcare surcharge or anything else relating to studying as an international student, the University’s Student Services team can help you out.

Find out more about support for international students.

Societies

St Andrews has over 160 student societies ranging from artistic and musical through to religious and cultural, meaning our societies cater for a huge array of interests.

Visit St Andrews

Undergraduates

If you are interested in studying at St Andrews, join us at a visiting day or talk and tour to explore the town, find out about our courses and meet current students.

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Postgraduates

Upcoming visiting days:

  • Wednesday 13 March 2019

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Contact

Indonesia team

Admissions
University of St Andrews
St Katharine's West
16 The Scores 
St Andrews
KY16 9AX

Phone: +44 (0)1334 46 2150
Email: admissions@st-andrews.ac.uk