Hi all, this is my first blog post, and I wanted to share with you all why I chose to study Law at York and begin my overseas study journey here. Background First of all, a bit about my background – I’m from Shandong Province, China, and I’m now in the third/final year of my … Continue reading Why I chose to study Law at York
This session on Monday 27 January will focus on the Inner Game of being a researcher.
The National University of Singapore invites applications for the Lee Kuan Yew postdoctoral fellowship.
Freshers’ Week as an introvert, boy what an experience. In the weeks leading up to York Freshers’, I felt the dread accumulate in my stomach. The idea of being surrounded by a bunch of scary, drunk strangers terrified me. However, when I arrived I was pleasantly surprised. My housemates were lovely, and no-one seemed to … Continue reading York Freshers’: Experienced by an Introvert
Deciding which uni to pick can be a daunting decision, but it is also a very personal one. University is somewhere you will (hopefully!) be spending at least three years of your life. It has to be completely right for you! Open days are the obvious way to get a feel for a university, so … Continue reading A home away from home: choosing York
The first week of university is jam-packed. You have to adapt to living away from home, absorb a mass of information about starting life at university and attempt to make as many friends as possible. Amongst all this chaos is Freshers’ Week. My Freshers’ Week was full of a lot of high points but also … Continue reading Freshers’ Week 2019: My experience
One of the things most students wonder about before coming to university is what makes uni different to A levels. You might believe that university is a huge step-up from A levels: but you shouldn’t see it as an insurmountable challenge. University is simply an opportunity to learn in a different way and to practice … Continue reading What makes uni different to A levels?
Hi there! I’m Mi Chelle, a second year student from Malaysia studying English and Related Literature. Applying to university can be a stressful process. Even after you’ve received offers from the universities you applied to, you still have the daunting task of choosing one to go to and kickstart your university life. York is an … Continue reading Why I chose York (from the perspective of an international English Literature student)
The Centre for Lifelong Learning is looking to work with postgraduates to develop and teach new courses.
Read the Graduate Students’ Association guide to Christmas on campus – including social events, catering opening times, student support services availability, and emergency information.