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Scotland and Flanders trace shared heritage

International conference explores 600 years of migration

15 June 2016Research

St Andrews highlights economic benefit to the economy

Scotland’s oldest university has backed calls for the UK Government to reclassify international students as temporary visitors, not migrants.

20 May 2015Government

Being human, in St Andrews

Photographic exhibition exploring migration to open at University

14 November 2014University news

Young ethnic minority Scots positive about Scotland

Study finds two thirds of young Scots spoken to likely to vote ‘No’.

16 September 2014Research

Study identifies increasing ‘marriage migration’ to Sweden

Experts say that gender equality and freedom of choice are constrained.

28 October 2010Research

How monkeys make friends in high places

CAPTION: L-R The Diana monkey and the putty-nosed monkey, who share living space in West Africa's Ivory Coast. CREDIT: Dr Klaus Zuberbühler

30 May 2004Research

Refugees study disproves misconceptions

The positive contribution which refugees can make to society has been revealed by a team of University of St Andrews health population experts.

15 October 2002Research