Thank you for your interest in graduate study in the Department of Biology at the University of York. We are proud of our status as one of the UK’s elite university biological sciences departments as measured by our high rankings for both research and teaching. If you wish to submit an application please read the information below.
Applications for taught and research programmes are made via our "Select" (our University's Online Application Service). Your application can be completed in stages as our online system allows you to save your progress and come back later to finish it. We do not require you to provide a sample of written work.
Students applying for postgraduate study in our Department should normally have obtained an upper second class honours degree (or equivalent). If you are an international student please check the minimum requirements for your country or region.
If your first language is not English you will need to show evidence that you meet our English language requirements:
To submit your application please click on the appropriate programme from the list below. This will take you to 'Select' the University's online application service:
Applications welcome all year round unless stated otherwise in the project description.
Once your application has been received, it will be assessed by the appropriate prospective academic supervisor. As part of the selection process you will be asked to attend an interview, or take part in a interview via skype, when you will be required to make a 10 minute presentation to the panel. After assessment, you will be notified whether or not your application has been successful. If you are successful, you will be able to view, download, and print your offer letter via the "Application Tracker". We will aim to respond to your application within six weeks of submission. At busy times, you might have to wait longer for a response.
If you have any queries about how to apply or or wish to enquire about the status of your application please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.