Percentage achieving a First In the academic year 2017-2018, of White students, 31.9% of St Andrews students attained a First, 25.8% Scottish students attained a First and 30.9% of UK students attained a First.
Will I get an offer from St Andrews?
Once you have accepted your place at St Andrews and have made the pre-payment, your offer will become a binding agreement with the University of St Andrews.
What percentage of St Andrews university students are Scottish?
28 percent There are 1,575 students from the US at St Andrews, about 16 per cent of the total student roll. Scottish students make up just 28 percent.
How many percent get a first?
UK degree classifications are as follows: First-Class Honours (First or 1st) (70% and above) Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1, 2. i) (60-70%)
How hard is it to get into St Andrews as an American?
Andrews is exceptionally difficult to get into. Not only should you be aiming for a 3.15 but also SAT scores around -. Getting into University of St. Andrews is no easy feat and you will need to set yourself apart with more than just numbers and data.
What type of people go to St Andrews?
Applicants from Scotland and most of the European Union are educated at St. Andrews for free. British students from England, Wales, and Northern Ireland must pay, but their fees are less than half what international students (from outside the E.U.) pay.
Are unconditional offers rare?
Cynics have claimed the rise has been driven by market forces, with universities seeking to confirm places ahead of the post-A-Level clearing rush. But Cathy Gilbert at Birmingham pointed out that unconditional offers are still rare, adding, “They made up four per cent of our total offers this year.”
Is a 2 1 from St Andrews Good?
At St Andrews we seem to have an unhealthy obsession with Firsts. At any other university a 14, or 2:1, is a good grade, approved of by many. Yet here in the bubble anything less than a 16 is not great. We feel inferior, judged, sub-standard, and beneath our peers who have achieved the coveted First.