Masters in Human Computer Interaction
University of St Andrews



About University of St Andrews

St Andrews is one of the most exceptional places to not just study but live in. it was founded in 1410 as a consequence of a very unique circumstance. A group of Augustinian clergy was driven from the University of Paris, from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge by the presence of War there. These men came together and decided to form a society of higher learning in St Andrews where courses like divinity, logic, philosophy, and law could be taught.

Today the school is ranked as the 3rd best in the United Kingdom, though the Guardian ranks it 1st place in the United Kingdom, the Times and Sunday Times ranks it first, also the Times Higher Education World Universities puts the University of St Andrews as being at Top 50 universities for Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities in the world. The school is known for creating an environment which nurtures inquisitive thinking.

It is accredited by various international bodies like the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Chartered Management Institute, General Medical Council, Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Royal Society of Chemistry, Royal Statistical Society, The Geological Society, The Institution of Environmental Science.


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