All of our graduations are special occasions, but our May 2022 celebrations must be some of the most significant in the University’s history.
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Download your Undergraduate Prospectus 2023
Our new-look Undergraduate Prospectus 2023 is available now to download.
Landscape looks good for new-look PG Prospectus
It’s another bold step for one of the University’s most recognised publications. Our Postgraduate Prospectus 2022 follows hot on the heels of the UG Prospectus with some pretty sizable changes of its own.
New prospectus shapes up for 2022 students…
Hot off the press, our new-look Undergraduate Prospectus 2022 is out now – and we’ve got some sizable changes to tell you about.
“It was a very beautiful thing, this Golden Ticket, having been made, so it seemed, from a sheet of pure gold hammered out almost to the thinness of paper. On one side of it, printed by some clever method in jet-black letters, was the invitation itself.”
Cover to cover
The undergraduate prospectus 2021 is hot off the press. The striking new cover has a strong photographic element with text and graphics. It’s been an exciting project which kicked off in September last year.
Out now: the 2021 undergraduate prospectus
The latest undergraduate prospectus is out now. We restructured the department section to streamline the content and updated the front section with new student and alumni profiles.
Gathering student and alumni profiles for the UG prospectus
The front section of the prospectus needs to show off the things that make York brilliant. What better way to tell that tale and share the load of content creation than by asking our students and alumni to write stuff?
Our shiny new postgraduate funding guide
Our updated funding guide aims to help prospective postgraduate students break down financial barriers, and plan their route to York.
Testing the usability of the undergraduate prospectus
Work to produce the 2021 undergraduate prospectus is well underway. This year, the prospectus team are considering some significant changes to the courses section, and wanted to test their initial thinking. As a user experience designer, that’s where I came in.