🛌 Student Accommodation St Andrews


Student Accommodation St Andrews

About St Andrews

St Andrews is a coastal town situated on the east coast of Scotland. Known for its medieval history, it’s golf course and of course the University of St Andrews which is held in high regard worldwide and is the oldest University in Scotland.

St Andrews is in the Scottish county of Fife, about 30 Miles northeast of Edinburgh, in the breathtaking Scottish lowlands. Surrounded by impressive countryside and a beautiful coastline, it’s perfect for those who love outdoor adventures.

Golf fans will enjoy their time here in the ‘Home of Golf’, with the St Andrews Links playing host to The Open Championship on numerous occasions. Home to almost 10,000 students, there is plenty of socialising to do and the small town centre offers most of the amenities and entertainment you would expect.

Top Universities in St Andrews

  • University of St Andrews

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does student accommodation cost in St Andrews?

On average, it costs £1032 per week to stay in student accommodation in St Andrews. The average price for Ensuites is £243 per week and for Studios it is £3400 per week. The actual price will depend on the location, facilities and amenities offered by the accommodation as well as how recently it was built or refurbished. You can browse all options here .

What is the best student accommodation in St Andrews?

Students who stayed in St Andrews have said good things about East Shore student halls.

Can I pay for my student accommodation in installments?

Many properties allow you to pay for accommodation in installments rather than in a single lump sum payment. However, they will usually require you to have a UK-based guarantor (a resident of the United Kingdom between the age of 18 and 75 who will be able to pay your rent).

Can I share my student accommodation in St Andrews with a friend?

Yes, many student properties in St Andrews allow for dual occupancy of their rooms (e.g. for couples, best friends, siblings). Some properties offer this option absolutely for free, others charge a little extra. When browsing student rooms on Campusboard watch out for the 'Dual occupancy' label which will explain the terms for that room.