Three global finalists have been selected for the prestigious 2020 St Andrews Prize for the Environment.
Professor Kathryn Rudy of the School of Art History is to receive one of the most prestigious humanities awards in Scotland.
St Andrews scientists will study the impact of climate change and coastal erosion on the world’s most prestigious golf courses.
Three researchers from the University of St Andrews have been awarded research funding totalling over £620,000 from the Leverhulme Trust.
The School of Divinity has secured a Templeton Foundation grant of £3.4m for the creation of a free online encyclopaedia of theology.
A leading international human rights expert and a former Rector have received their OBEs from Prince William at Buckingham Palace.
St Andrews scientists have been awarded funding of over £1.1M from the UK Government to safeguard food security and health in East Africa.
The University is one of the top 50 universities in the world for research and teaching in arts and humanities in international rankings.
An expert in modern languages and comparative literature has been awarded a research prize worth £100,000 from the Leverhulme Trust.
The University is proud to announce the latest Schools to have achieved Athena SWAN Bronze Awards.