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Illuminating York 2008, Museum Gardens

Illuminating York - one of York's many festivals

University of York student on campus

The University Campus

Coney Street clock, York city centre

Masters courses

Students who are registered on Masters programmes in Norway are able to study part of their masters course in York by:

1) Taking Spring Term masters modules in the Department of English and Related Literature or in the Department of Language and Linguistic science.  These options are detailed further below, including the modules offered, the fees charged and how to apply.

2) Taking the postgraduate (MA/300 level) modules offered as part of our YorkCourse.   This option is detailed under our YorkCourse section and has the advantage of not having any study fees.


What our students say

"Not only does the University possess a welcoming and warm environment, but the city of York is in itself an attraction. The city is beautiful and while compact, offers a multitude of things to do and see."
Kirby, MA Literature Student

"In addition to its friendly academic community and the opportunity to live in an historic city of winding streets and myriad second-hand bookshops, York offers the Berrick Saul Building, a beautiful study space for postgraduates."
Bethany, MA Literature Student

"I knew that the teaching staff on this MA would provide me not only with a stimulating and challenging academic environment in which to pursue my interests but also, more importantly, with the high level of pastoral care and support I have found to be unfailingly present throughout my time at York so far."
Cuifen, MA Literature Student

"If you are an international student and are considering studying in the UK, I encourage you to place York at the top of your list."
Charles, PhD in Literature