University of St Andrews
What are the best things about studying at your university?
"The sense of community, the accessibility of the town, the dedication from the school of physics and the sports clubs."
"It's academically challenging and our courses are usually well organised. Teachers are fantastic in the respect that they are passionate about their subject, hardworking and always try to make time to help their students."
"The beautiful location, the small class and tutorial sizes, the community feeling and the ethos of the university."
"There's the friendly atmosphere, the beautiful town, the great facilities and the great societies."
"The surrounding area, friendliness of people and quality of lecturers are great."
"The diversity and safe feeling that the university has. I could never get bored of the multitude of people and activities in St Andrews."
"The programme is very demanding and rigorous. I have access to a great variety of sources to work with and the university has exactly the programme that I was interested in."
"The town is very beautiful and the lecturers in film studies are very passionate. Another big plus is how ambitious the other students are."
"The university is so unique and has super friendly students. There's a great social anthropology department, a beautiful campus and great social events and sports teams/societies."
"The education is to a high standard and the opportunities are many. The laboratory times are plentiful and the town is absolutely gorgeous. The sports facilities are great with plenty of support."
"The course, the people and the opportunities to get involved with things."
"Small and with a very good educational standard."
"The location and the professionalism of the teaching staff."
"It's a beautiful location with a close-knit community."
"St Andrews is a very tight-knit community and, because it is such a small town with such a large student population, you can't walk down the street without knowing somebody. There are so many opportunities to make friends whether it's in halls, class, societies and sports or in our unique academic families."
"I love the town, it's small, pretty and by the sea. There's good support in place and I've met great people."
"The people, the community and the world-class experts teaching us."