At the University of St Andrews, our network of advisers and specialists are available to all of our students.

There are a number of opportunities for students who are looking for academic support and development, including mathematics support and training in study skills.

During your studies at the University, there may be times when you need support. Student Services offers help to all students through the Advice and Support Centre, and a number of other specialist groups and teams.

International students can find information about applying for visas and moving to the UK.

Taking care of your health and wellbeing during your studies is important. Find out about healthcare in St Andrews.

There is support in place to help students with disabilities or long-term health conditions to reach their full academic potential during their time in St Andrews.

If you are attending the University of St Andrews with dependants, there is support in place to help you make childcare arrangements to suit your situation.

For students who decide to study at St Andrews but live outside the town, there is support in place to help you find your feet, make friends, and reach your full academic potential.

The University of St Andrews chaplaincy offers support and guidance for students of all faiths and none. Some students choose to explore personal growth and spiritual development, while others discuss issues and problems with no reference to faith at all.

The University will not share any information about a student which goes against our confidentiality code.