HOW TO: Book study spaces

There are currently several hundred socially-distanced single study spaces available to book across the Library and other University buildings, the majority of which can be reserved via the Study Space Bookings Calendar. We know this is a busy time so we’re increasing the locations for individual study on an ongoing basis. Here’s what you need to … Continue reading HOW TO: Book study spaces

Why being part of the University of York is being part of one community, even through covid times

As a prospective – and even as a new (enrolled) student – you can feel doubt and fear when joining university, especially if you come from another city or country. One of the reasons I enjoy being a postgraduate student at the University of York so much is the feeling of being part of one … Continue reading Why being part of the University of York is being part of one community, even through covid times

3 things to look forward to about Philosophy at York

Staff and lecturers The first thing to look forward to is how friendly the department is. From my experience, I think that the staff definitely understand that Philosophy can be quite a demanding and a tricky subject (especially for someone who has never done it before university). Particularly in first year, everyone covers the same … Continue reading 3 things to look forward to about Philosophy at York

Hidden Gems of Campus

Starting any uni is a daunting prospect but York being a campus university definitely eases the transition. Being familiar with aspects of it that many students aren’t aware of until their 2nd or 3rd year will put you that extra step ahead. Plus, these hidden gems will make a great talking point with your flatmates … Continue reading Hidden Gems of Campus