QS rankings boost for Arts and Humanities
Arts and Humanities subjects at the University of St Andrews are amongst the strongest in the world for teaching and research, according to a new international ranking.
Renowned pianist to perform in St Andrews
One of the most brilliant aJoanna MacGregor CBE will perform a solo recital at the Laidlaw Music Centre on Good Friday (7 April).
Four they are jolly good fellows
Four St Andrews professors were elected to join the Royal Society of Edinburgh's 2023 intake of Fellows this week (Wednesday 22 March).
St Andrews lecturer awarded prestigious Fellowship in Marine Conservation
Dr Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood, Lecturer in Sustainable Development, is one of only seven conservation researchers to be named a 2023 recipient of the Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation.
St Andrews School of Medicine receives Athena Swan Silver Award
The Athena Swan Silver Award recognises the Medical School's continuing commitment to gender equality and marks a significant milestone in its ongoing efforts to foster an inclusive School environment.
Human impact on biodiversity
St Andrews scientists discover that widespread species increase the number of sites they occupy, whereas more narrowly distributed species decline.
Ethical taxation key to global sustainable development
Multinationals that pay their share of in-country taxes contribute positively to tackling global poverty and international human rights.
Presidency for Principal
University of St Andrews Principal appointed next President of Universities UK (UUK).
Loyal Address to the King
A delegation from the University took part in a long-held tradition at Buckingham Palace last week (Thursday 9 March).
New rugby partnership to support grassroots sport
Saints Sport have developed a new partnership with global technology company Emtelle, who have become the official partner of Saints Rugby.