The Management School is located with the School of Law, in a new building on the University of York’s new Heslington East campus. The building was completed in Autumn 2010 and features dedicated teaching and social space. Nearby there is a social hub with full catering facilities. All the buildings on the Heslington East campus are located in an open parkland setting 600 metres from the main University campus. The historic city centre is less than 2 kms away, around 10 minutes on the dedicated bus service.
The main university library (J.B.Morrell Library) contains a comprehensive up-to-date collection in the School's main research areas. Most of the usual facilities that you will need are there, including an inter-library loan system for books or papers not held in the J.B.Morrell Library. The York Management School has a subject librarian, Lindsey Myers, whose role is to help students use the library to their best advantage. You can contact her on email@example.com Students are advised about accessing the electronic bibliographical sources and search systems which are available through the library (including BIDS). These are likely to be vital for your research, especially in the early stages.
The British Lending Library is nearby, at Boston Spa; this has a complete collection of all publications - books and journals - and is open to all: a visit often saves frustrating searches or lengthy waits for the return of books (minibuses run from the university to the Lending Library once each week).
The Computing Service provides facilities for the whole University, and has PC rooms throughout the campus. There is an advisory service, and regular courses on programming languages, utilities, and other packages are provided during the year on the University's computer network.
Any enquiries about the Nursery should be directed to the Nursery Supervisor, who is available to talk to you privately in the office. Visit the Nursery website for more detailed information.
The University has a range of accommodation choices for Postgraduate students. International students from outside the European Union are offered accommodation for the duration of their full-time course, provided they apply by the due dates.
Applications for University accommodation for 2010/11 will be on-line using the following link:
The Accommodation office web pages contain information about private landlords and accommodation for pre-sessional language courses.