Defeat to Italy in Rome in the last game of the tournament heightened suggestions that Robinson may either walk away from the role or be relieved of his duties but the Scottish Rugby Union has now quashed those rumours.
Robinson met with Scottish Rugby's chief executive Mark Dodson yesterday to review the 6 Nations campaign, with both parties agreeing that he should continue to lead Scotland under the terms of his current contract which runs until 2015.
"The discussions were positive and concluded that Andy will continue to lead the Scotland national team," said a Scottish Rugby spokesman.
Robinson will now continue preparations for a summer tour of Australia, Samoa and Fiji as Scotland look to bounce back from their worst run of results since 1998.
Scotland have lost their last seven games and exited the World Cup at the group stages for the first time in the tournament's history.
Defeat in Rome earlier this month meant they have now lost 12 of the 15 6 Nations matches for which Robinson has been in charge, although they could easily have beaten both England and France this season had they been a little more clinical.
Robinson has already appointed two new backroom staff, with ex Wales boss Scott Johnson and former Scotland A flanker and Queensland Reds assistant Matt Taylor due to join the set up.
Meanwhile, defence coach Graham Steadman and 1997 Lion Gregor Townsend are both leaving Robinson's party, with the latter taking the reigns at Glasgow next term.