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1 The University of York at night

2 The International Office at Heslington Hall… … acts as a contact point for Visiting Students at all stages of the application process …is happy to answer any questions you might have before you arrive and during your stay … acts as one of the points of contact for their entire international student community …can also signpost students requiring advice and guidance to the appropriate department or contact …may also be able to put you in touch with a current or former visiting student from your home country who can tell you about their experiences at York. The International Office website contains plenty of useful information for prospective students. For further information visit:

3 Undergraduate Studies Archaeology Biochemistry Biologie Chemistry Computer Science and Engineering Economics and Related Studies Educational Studies Electronics English and Related Literature Environment History History of Art Language and Linguistic Science Management Mathematics Medicine Music Nursing and Midwifery Philosophy Physics Politics Politics, Economics and Philosophy (School of) Psychology Social Science (Applied) Sociology

4 Graduate Studies Archeaology Biology and Biochemistry Chemistry Communication Studies Computer Science Economics and Related Studies Educational Studies Eighteenth Century Studies Electronics English and Related Literature Environment Health Sciences History History of Art Language and Linguistic Science Management Studies Mathematics Medieval Studies Music Philosophy Physics Politics Psychology Renaissance and Early Modern Studies Social Policy and Social Work Sociology Theatre, Film and Television Women‘s Studies

5 Facts and Figures Foundation of the University1963 Total number of students10,556 Undergraduate students8,114 Postgraduate students2,442 International students1,717 Academic and research staff1,045 Academic departments and centres27 University research income£ 33m Population of the city of York 181,000 Nearest international airportLeeds-Bradford, Manchester Time to London2 hours by train

6 Top reasons for choosing York “There are few universities that can combine beautiful views, historic views and high quality education. But York does.“ “York is one of the most open-minded and welcoming communities I have ever been a member of. I would recommend York to anyone who is considering studying abroad.“ “York has a unique blend of small-town and cosmopolitan atmosphere, giving it the feeling of a cosy, bustling town.“

7 Top reasons for choosing York international recognised university The Teaching Quality Assessment Exercise places it in the top two universities in the UK attractive, safe, parkland campus on the outskirts of the beautiful and historic city of York innovative extra-curricular activities for students and has over 90 campus clubs and societies Living costs are among the lowest in the country, and it offers a programme of scholarships Outstanding computing, technological, library and archival resources guaranteed University accommodation for international students

8 York – a truly international university growing number of international students York´s membership of the prestigious Worldwide Universities Network (WUN – an international alliance of leading higher education institutions in Europe, China and the USAwww.wun.ac.uk students and staff from over 90 countries information on international qualifications on our region-specific web pages at applications for undergraduates: for direct entries to the University and for otherswww.ucas.ac.ukwww.yorkcollege.ac.uk applications for postgraduates directly to the University through the Graduate Schools Office (GSO)

9 About the University

10 Central Hall positioned in the centre of the campus provides a strong focal point for the campus community auditorium for various speakers, student run productions and concert programs place where many students take exams and where graduation ceremonies are held

11 Heslington Hall impressive red brick building dates from around 1565 administrative centre for the University

12 J.B. Morrell library & Raymond Burton Library makes far-ranging materials available for every departure together they provide over 800,000 books

13 The Sports Centre can accommodate a variety of sports and facilities include four sports halls, four squash courts, a dance studio and large fitness suite over 50 different sporting clubs

14 International student support Immigration Advice Service Orientation program International representation within college welfare teams International Student Support coordinator Overseas Students’ Association

15 Prerequisites for International students You normally must have completed at least one year’s study at your home university provide evidence of English language proficiency, preferable British Council IELTS test or US TOEFL test

16 Fees full-year rates for 2006/2007: Students from within the European Union: 3000 Students from outside the European Union: 8795 Including: tuition, supervision and examination charges, provision of transcripts

17 The Exhibition Center

18 The “heart“ of the campus

19 The canteen

20 The End


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