What will I learn?

Geography - Geography explores a fascinating range of important environmental and international phenomena including glaciers and ice ages; climate and weather; environmental change and management; population change, migration and border politics; urbanisation, development and geopolitical conflict; socio-spatial inequalities (widening gaps in wealth, health and wellbeing); and environmental economics. It provides an exciting challenge to those who wish to think critically and creatively about the world around them, and understand the interaction of environmental systems and human activity.

Modern History - Modern History will teach you to analyse historical events from the past five-hundred years from a present day context. The course takes a broad view of political and social developments and allows you flexibility in your studies. You can choose topics ranging from the 15th to the 21st century, studying British, European, Middle Eastern, South Asian, East Asian or American history. In addition, you will be able to pursue a variety of different approaches including political, military, cultural, religious, intellectual, scientific, general, social and economic history.

Which department am I in?

Geography and Geosciences

Study options

Full Time (4 Years)

Tuition fees
£25,100.00 (US$ 34,534) per year
This is a fixed fee
Start date

5 September 2022

Venue

Main Site

16 St Katharine's West,

St Andrews,

KY16 9AX, Scotland

Entry requirements

For students from United States

To include Chemistry and one of Biology, Mathematics or Physics to be taken at the one sitting. If not passed at AS or A-level, applicants must have GCSE Biology, Mathematics and English at grade B (grade 5 in numerical grading). In addition, a minimum of five A grades (grade 7 in numerical grading) at GCSE to be taken at one sitting, will be required. Applicants with achieved Advanced Levels, may be considered with less than five A grades (grade 7 in numerical grading) at GCSE.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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