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If you are a William and Kate fan or just a fan of beautiful universities with parklike settings and gorgeous buildings, then a quick visit to the main quad of the University of St Andrews is needed. It is located on North Street - look...More
Graduation day for my granddaughter was a day of sunshine and smiles. The setting was spectacular and the event was such a joyous occasion for all who took part. The history of the University was so tangible from start to finish of the ceremonial part...More
The oldest university in Scotland shares St. Andrews town with the glorious Old Course, making the town a destination point for golfers and those of us who travel with them. Thank goodness for the interesting architecture and parklike grounds of the University, which makes for...More
One of the many pleasant aspects of walking around St. Andrews is looking at the many buildings which make up the University of St. Andrews. Spread around the town you stumble upon the many faculties which make up the University.
On our visit to the...More
St Andrews University has a traditional quad but the real gem is the chapel. A must visit in St Andrews. And be sure to find the PH initials in the sidewalk outside the front gate area. A plaque will explain.
Had a wander around many of the historic university buildings which all seem open to the public along with an amazing chapel in the grounds. Nice to see the university making it's open space available unlike most Oxbridge colleges which are closed to the public
Visited the University open day with my daughter. Although a long way to travel from Wales it is a fabulous University with a lot of history. We were taken on walking tours and students themselves gave us an insight into the life at the uni...More