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Mr Harindiran outlines that the lack of a name-blind application process could well limit the number of offers awarded to black and minority ethnicity (BME) applicants from the University.
"The last thing we want is for this to die and just be forgotten"
For the first time, University of St Andrews has outranked University of Oxford to place second in the UK, in league tables published today by The Guardian. St Andrews has ranked third in the UK for years across a variety of league tables, so breaking the "Oxbridge duopoly" is a milestone for the Scottish university. On Oxbridge and the achievement, Principal...
Principal Sally Mapstone announced today the death of Dr Mark Currie, who passed away suddenly at his home on Thursday 30 May. Dr Mark Currie was a senior research fellow in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews. Dr Currie had been a research and senior fellow at the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and...
Following Clydesdale Bank’s decision to close their St Andrews branch in August, North East Fife MP Stephen Gethins and St Andrews councillor Ann Verner have met with Clydesdale representatives to challenge them on the closure.
Heather Farley and Daniel Johnstone were both recognised for their unparalleled efforts to contribute to Student welfare throughout their university degree.
Clydesdale Bank have announced the closure of the South Street branch in St Andrews, said to take place later this summer.
Today, 9 May 2019, annual celebrations are taking place across Europe for "Europe Day," marking the anniversary of the Schuman declaration and acknowledging peace and unity across Europe. Just two weeks after these celebrations take place, on 23 May 2019, eligible European citizens will have a chance to vote in the European Parliamentary elections. The European Parliament is the only...