Looking back at my first day, I was really nervous. But also really excited. Now I’ve been here nearly six months, and the time has gone really quickly, but – from toilet encounters to mass wrong-address emails, I’ve learnt a few things along the way…
The PPE grad shares her journey from York student to becoming Head of Brand and Communication for TransferGo, the fastest growing fintech company in Europe, at the age of 24.
Founded in 1963, the University of York is considered to be a plate glass university. Katy Sandalls asks how these establishments came into existence and reviews their impact on higher education.
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Reminiscing with three alumni of the Class of ’66 as we approach 50 years since they graduated from York
“Looking back on my time at York, there wasn’t a term that went by without the opportunity to give back to the community, or grow […]
Networking is essential if you want to make the most of your opportunities as a new graduate. As a York alum, you can network with thousands of experienced, well-connected alumni at the top of their professions.
Published works by York alumni this year range from cookbooks to contemporary novels and from teachers’ guides to textbooks. See our selection here.
Willow wasn’t just £1 shots, cheesy music and a 4am close, it was a seemingly stable part of York culture, a community of like-minded people and a break from the monotony of “ordinary” nightlife.
As new YUSU President Millie Beach takes over from Ben Leatham, we talked to former Presidents about their experiences of the role.
Two years after the University of York opened its doors, John Dearing arrived. John was an English and Related Literature undergraduate in 1965. This is […]
During the six weeks of Summer Institute – the crash course in teacher training all Teach First participants undergo – our tutors frequently told us that the next two years would be ‘the hardest experience of our lives’.