The University of St Andrews offers a broad range of postgraduate studies, with more than 1,000 postgraduates currently studying in one of our four Faculties of Arts, Divinity, Medicine and Science. St Andrews is a remarkable and exciting institution which combines the cosmopolitanism of an international university with a strong sense of community derived from its location in a small and ancient town.
We provide the opportunity to study for a world class education alongside playing at the highest level of University sport in the U.K. The programme is perfect for those who wish to keep playing Water Polo, while gaining an international experience at the oldest University in Scotland.
Programme highlights include:
• Director of Water Polo with international playing and coaching experience
• Overseas pre-season training camp
• Seven training sessions per week involving swimming, gameplay and technique
• Individual meetings to discuss personal goals
• Water Polo specific Strength and Conditioning sessions supervised by a qualified S&C trainer
• Physiotherapy support
• Exceptional coaching and guidance
• Regular fitness testing to monitor progress
• Competitive matches for all abilities throughout the season
• Weekly socials for enjoyment outside of the pool
• Opportunity to challenge for the BUCS Championship
Fees vary per course but the majority of taught courses follow the below structure per year:
U.K / EU: £8,500 - Scholarship contribution on application
Oversees: £8,300-£11,000 - inclusive of a 50% Water Polo Scholarship
Accomodation: from £4,000
Various Scholarships are available to both home and international students, for more information click here.
Admission to a taught programme is normally on the basis of a good first degree with Honours. Final overall grade examples include 2.1 (UK), 2.2 or B+ (Europe), 3.6 GPA (USA), 85% (China), 70% (India). We do not require the GMAT.
The majority of taught Masters programmes will start in September of each year with the exception of some distance learning programmes.
Most programmes do not have a closing date, though an early application would be advisable. This is to allow sufficient time to process our decision and, importantly, to give you time to obtain visas, apply for scholarships and organise travel arrangements, if needed.
For course specific entry requirements, please visit here.