Overview

Overview

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 £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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Institution

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

Student Reviews of

York St John University

Overall rating     (201 Reviews)

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One Favourable

studied English Language and Linguistics BA (Hons) at York St John University and says:

Overall I really enjoyed my time here at YSJ. I loved everything about it a...

Overall rating: 5 5stars Read full review »

One Critical

studied Music BA (Hons) at York St John University and says:

First off, this is about the BA hons music production degree. Ooooooh where...

Overall rating: 1 5stars Read full review »

York St John University
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Whatuni member rating

The times

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
  • 5,535Total undergraduate students

Graduate prospects

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