United Kingdom, Scotland: University of St. Andrews
The University of St. Andrews is the oldest University in Scotland and one of Western's oldest exchange partners. The University is closely integrated with the town of St. Andrews, a relatively small town with a population of 16,000. The University population (staff and students) numbers around 6,000. St. Andrews offers the latest developments in teaching and research, within a picturesque mediaeval setting. Each year up to four Western undergraduate students are selected for this exchange and are awarded a scholarship from the Canadian Robert T. Jones Jr. Foundation. Scholarships for the 2013-2014 year are $6,000.
Who can apply?
- Undergraduate Western students currently in their second year of an honors program in the faculties of Arts and Humanities, Science and Social Science. Students must have a minimum average of 80% in their first year of studies at Western and must maintain this cumulative "A" average until they depart for Scotland.
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Contact a Student Who Has Gone on This Exchange
For more information, contact International Learning:
Phone: 519-661-2111 x 89309
Location: 2nd Floor, International and Graduate Affairs Building