University of St Andrews

The University of St Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland and the 3rd largest in the English-speaking world, next to Oxford and Cambridge. This university is located in the town of St Andrews, Fife, on the east coast of Scotland. It was established between 1410 and 1413, when a Papal Bull was issued by the Avignon Antipope Benedict XIII.

St Andrews is said to be one among the United Kingdom’s best universities. The Duke of Cambridge, described the University of St Andrews as “far and away the best university in the world”. St Andrews is judged as world-class for teaching and research and domestic league tables. It is presently ranked as the 3rd best university in the UK according to the latest university league table produce by The Guardian. Times Higher Education World Universities Ranking named this university amongst the top 20 Arts and Humanities universities in the world. Education in UK is always highly prominent and so is this university.

This university has a diverse student body and international character due to its over 30% intake of worldwide students from more than 100 countries, with 15% of the present student body coming from North America. All through its more recent history, this university has sustained strong associations with primary academic institutions in the US and Canada.