Founded in 1841 and receiving the title of 'University' in 2006, York St John has a long and proud tradition of educating students. Its campus is just a stone's throw from the vibrant and bustling city centre of York. The 11-acre site is in a beautiful setting facing the world-famous York Minster, where our students can look forward to graduating.

With over GBP 100m invested in the campus in the last ten years this is an opportunity to study in exciting and cutting-edge buildings and facilities, from the renovated Victorian chapel to the award winning De Grey Court. As a relatively small university, we get to know our students well and work hard to help you realise your own potential. Our students leave with a real feeling of not only succeeding academically, but also with a belief that they have grown as a person.

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York St John University
Lord Mayor's Walk
YO31 7EX
United Kingdom
Nearest station: 0.5 miles away

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York St John University

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studied Occupational Therapy BHSc (Hons) at York St John University and says:

A wonderful time with some amazing people.

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studied Primary Education (Lower Primary, 3-7) BA (Hons) at York St John University and says:

do not work any harder than you have to, because it does not pay off and it...

Overall rating: 2 5stars Read full review »

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Rank 87th

*Source: Times Good University Guide 2015

Student stats

Source: HESA, 2013 (note: only applies to undergraduate records)
  • 82 : 18Full time: Part time
  • 93 : 7UK: International
  • 82 : 18Undergraduate : Postgraduate
  • 69 : 31School Leavers : Mature students
  • 2,165Number of students

Graduate prospects

Source: DLHE, 2014 (note: only applies to first year full time students)
  • 92% % in job or further study