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York, United Kingdom
Est. 1963Ranked among top 20 universities in GB
The York university was established in 1963 in the rural, agricultural village of Heslington, York City, England with just 3 buildings and 230 students. Today it is internationally recognized as an academic powerhouse and in national rankings is on par with more older established universities. It is a collegiate university with 9 colleges, 3 faculties and 39 Departments and research centers. In 2018/19 academic year the university records a student population of 18,111 with 13,415 undergraduates, 3360 postgraduate students and 1410 postgraduate research students. It is a member of the elite Russel group of universities in UK and has gained Government recognition through winning the TEF Gold for teaching excellence and is just one of the six postwar universities to enter the Top 100 universities in UK.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Engineering courses at York. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at University of York in Indian Rupees is INR 19,24,000 as of 21 Oct 2019.
The University has 2 campuses, the West and East. The school is located in the East campus in the fringes of the city of York, in north Yorkshire, England to the south east of the city center. From the city center and the railway station there are buses every 5 minutes to the campus which takes around 20 minutes. The city is on the main East coast railway line from London to Edinburgh. By car, Leeds is 20 minutes, Sheffield and Newcastle 1 hour, Manchester 90 minutes, London 2 hours and Edinburgh 2.5 hours.
The university west campus has the York science Park,the National science Learning Center, Campus Lake, greenery and plenty of wild life. The east campus has 3 colleges, including the Management school, and 3 departments, Conference spaces,the Sports village and the Incubator the business start-up.
The campus has plenty of eating places, two supermarkets with branches in different locations and a shop. The university has given priority attention to fitness and wellbeing of the students in providing plenty facilities and resources for sports and fitness. The Sports village has 25 meter swimming pool, flood lit 3G full size foot ball pitches 120 station fitness suites with integrated TV, 3 air conditioned studios for classes, sauna and steam room, 1 km cycle circuit and an Olympic sized Velodrome. Not to be out done the the York Sports Center also offers 4 sports units with team and individual sports such as badminton, basket ball and volleyball, indoor and out door tennis courts, squash courts, flood lit hockey and foot ball pitches, County standard 400 M athletic track and flood lit net ball courts. Additionally there are 39 acres of green playing fields and out door cricket nets.
The York Active trail provides facilities for running, walking and cycling. There also a 5 km outdoor fitness trail. The Main library of the university, S.B.Morrel library is a comprehensive repository of learning. The Management school librarian is there to provide subject specific assistance o the students of the school. There is the British Lending Library close by and also the British Spa which contains all the texts required. There is the IT service which provides IT facility for the entire campus. PC rooms are located conveniently throughout the university.
The university provides accommodation to all the undergraduate and postgraduate students within the campus. There are facilities for single room, double room or larger group accommodation. The rent includes all utility bills thus making it hassle free. The units are well appointed.
However,if students opt for off campus housing there are plenty of options around the city; namely badger Hill, Clifton (Haxby Road), Clifton (waterlane), Fishergate, Solford, Heslington, Heslington Road, The groves, Tang Hall and Melrosegate, Tang hall (North) and Heworth), South bank, Osbaldwick, Lawrence Street and Hull Road. The university advises the students to refer the City of York Council’s accreditation scheme YorProperty when selecting a property.
The summers are short and comfortable and partly cloudy, while the winters are long, very cold and mostly cloudy. The temperatures varies between 35°F and 68°F and rarely goes below 26°F or above 77°F. The best period for warm weather activities is between late June and late August.
Yorkspace is the web page of the York University Alumni. This is the meeting space of the alumni of 116,000 spread across the world. There are Alumni groups; UK regional and Global in America, Asia, Australia/New Zealand and Europe. There are additional alumni groups and social media groups who net work and organize events.
The research led , accredited teaching curriculum would lead you along the pathway depending on your interests and abilities, develop your CV, provide opportunities for internship and individual placement so that you become well prepared for employment. You become a highly employable graduate in an highly committed, close knit community. A well informed choice is yours to make.
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