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The late Peter Whelpton (Economics, 1969) had a vision to transform the lives of young people living with some of the most extreme hardships. He […]
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Goodricke College is named after amateur astronomer John Goodricke (1764-1786), who is best known for presenting conclusive proof that the brightness of stars varies over a period of time in a cyclical nature.
There is something peaceful about this time of year on campus. The stresses of exams are over, the halls are quiet of students and the queues at Costa have halved. Yet there is gentle hum as campus prepares itself for the July graduation ceremonies.
Since 2003, the Hull York Medical School has been inspiring future medical professionals with the research, skills and knowledge they need to deliver brilliant healthcare.
Distance learning is bringing York closer to home.
The much-anticipated street food and start-up hub opens its doors in York
Grab your friends and head back to York to join us – we’ve got festivals, race days and reunions to keep you entertained!
This year’s entrance fee goes to supporting mental health at the University, so it’s a worthwhile cause if you can join us.
A university that started with 216 undergraduates now has 4100 students on its books. There were no colleges in 1963; there are now ten. A university that has a worldwide reputation started off in Heslington Hall (with refurbished stables.)