Experience the enjoyment of music by making it a part of your degree, taking lessons, or joining a group.
At St Andrews, musical life is active, varied and stimulating. Whether you are interested in performance or the historical and theoretical aspects of music, you can find a course or lesson to suit you.
The University offers undergraduate modules in music which may be taken as part of any undergraduate degree with the agreement of your academic advisers.
See the list of undergraduate music modules.
The Music Centre may be able to provide co-supervision on PhD projects. You will need to apply to one of the University’s academic Schools in the first instance, but early discussion with potential supervisors in the Music Centre is advised.
Find out how to contact a research supervisor in the Music Centre.
Music tuition is available to the wider community, not just University staff and students. You can take lessons and short courses, or join an ensemble or community project. Find out more about music education and activity for the community.
The Music Centre offers the chance for everyone to enjoy making music while providing exceptional opportunities for those with particular expertise as singers or instrumentalists. It provides a programme of concerts and public events along with regular visits from internationally renowned performers.
Visit St Andrews
If you’re interested in studying at St Andrews, join us at a visiting day or talk and tour to explore the town, find out about our courses and meet current students. You can also join us for one of our upcoming virtual events.