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Academic transcripts

If you've completed your studies

You need to provide copies of your degree certificates and formal transcripts of your academic record. This should include full details of the degrees, classes, grades you've obtained and the modules/units you have taken.

Documents not in English must be accompanied by a formally certified translation into English.

If you've not yet finished your studies

If you're still registered for your current course, or your undergraduate or postgraduate results are still pending, please provide an interim transcript of your results to date.

Any offer you're made will be conditional and subject to completion of the course concerned at a specified level.

Academic references

  • For taught Masters courses (MSc, MA, PG Dip, PG Cert and MRes) you need to provide one reference.
  • For research degrees (PhD, MPhil and MA/MSc by research) you need to provide two references.

This is an important part of the selection process, so it's in your interest to make sure that your referees are both appropriate and informative. You should provide an academic reference if you have graduated within the last five years. Your referees will be contacted automatically by email and asked to provide a reference for you.

If you do not provide an email address for a referee you must ask them to send us references directly and provide them with a copy of our Guidance for academic references (PDF, 36kb).

Written work

Some courses require a sample of your written work to further demonstrate your suitability. If you're required to submit written work, the details of what is required will be in the application form. To help you prepare see courses with written work requirements.

Personal statement

A personal statement can be included as part of your application. For some courses it forms a part of the assessment process. Details of what to include in your personal statement will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see course-specific requirements for personal statements.

Curriculum vitae / resume

Your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume can be uploaded as part of your application to provide further information on your prior experience and qualifications.

Evidence of financial support

In most cases, you're not required to submit evidence of funding. A small number of courses require evidence, for example a bank statement or sponsor's letter. Where applicable you'll be asked to submit this as part of your application.

The expectation is that you'll make satisfactory arrangements before entry for your financial support, both for tuition fees and living expenses, for the whole period of your proposed course at the University.

Research proposal or outline of academic interests

If you're applying to a research degree, you should provide an outline of your proposed research topic. You must indicate whether you're interested in the work of a particular member of academic staff. Details of what to include in your research proposal will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see our guidance for research proposals.

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      <h4>If you've completed your studies</h4>
      <p>You need to provide copies of your degree certificates and formal transcripts of your academic record. This should include full details of the degrees, classes, grades you've obtained and the modules/units you have taken.</p>
      <p>Documents not in English must be accompanied by a formally certified translation into English.</p>
      <h4>If you've not yet finished your studies</h4>
      <p>If you're still registered for your current course, or your undergraduate or postgraduate results are still pending, please provide an interim transcript of your results to date.</p>
      <p>Any offer you're made will be conditional and subject to completion of the course concerned at a specified level.</p>
      <h3>Academic references</h3>
      <ul>
        <li>For <strong>taught Masters courses</strong> (MSc, MA, PG Dip, PG Cert and MRes) you need to provide one reference.</li>
        <li>For <strong>research degrees</strong> (PhD, MPhil and MA/MSc by research) you need to provide two references.</li>
      </ul>
      <p>This is an important part of the selection process, so it's in your interest to make sure that your referees are both appropriate and informative. You should provide an academic reference if you have graduated within the last five years. Your referees will be contacted automatically by email and asked to provide a reference for you.</p>
      <p>If you do not provide an email address for a referee you must ask them to send us references directly and provide them with a copy of our <a title="Guidance for Academic references (opens in a new window)" href="/media/study/documents/postgraduate/Guidance for references.pdf">Guidance for academic references (PDF, 36kb)</a>.</p>
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      <h3>Written work</h3>
      <p>Some courses require a sample of your written work to further demonstrate your suitability. If you're required to submit written work, the details of what is required will be in the application form. To help you prepare see <a href="/study/postgraduate/apply/supporting-documents/written-work/">courses with written work requirements</a>.</p>
      <h3>Personal statement</h3>
      <p>A personal statement can be included as part of your application. For some courses it forms a part of the assessment process. Details of what to include in your personal statement will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see <a href="/study/postgraduate/apply/supporting-documents/personal-statement-guidance/">course-specific requirements for personal statements</a>.</p>
      <h3>Curriculum vitae / resume</h3>
      <p>Your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume can be uploaded as part of your application to provide further information on your prior experience and qualifications.</p>
      <h3>Evidence of financial support</h3>
      <p>In most cases, you're not required to submit evidence of funding. A small number of courses require evidence, for example a bank statement or sponsor's letter. Where applicable you'll be asked to submit this as part of your application.</p>
      <p>The expectation is that you'll make satisfactory arrangements before entry for your financial support, both for <a href="/study/postgraduate/fees-funding/">tuition fees</a> and <a href="/study/postgraduate/fees-funding/living-costs/">living expenses</a>, for the whole period of your proposed course at the University.</p>
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      <p>If you're applying to a research degree, you should provide an outline of your proposed research topic. You must indicate whether you're interested in the work of a particular member of academic staff. Details of what to include in your research proposal will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see our <a href="/study/postgraduate/apply/supporting-documents/research-proposal-guidance/">guidance for research proposals</a>.</p>
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Academic transcripts

If you've completed your studies

You need to provide copies of your degree certificates and formal transcripts of your academic record. This should include full details of the degrees, classes, grades you've obtained and the modules/units you have taken.

Documents not in English must be accompanied by a formally certified translation into English.

If you've not yet finished your studies

If you're still registered for your current course, or your undergraduate or postgraduate results are still pending, please provide an interim transcript of your results to date.

Any offer you're made will be conditional and subject to completion of the course concerned at a specified level.

Academic references

  • For taught Masters courses (MSc, MA, PG Dip, PG Cert and MRes) you need to provide one reference.
  • For research degrees (PhD, MPhil and MA/MSc by research) you need to provide two references.

This is an important part of the selection process, so it's in your interest to make sure that your referees are both appropriate and informative. You should provide an academic reference if you have graduated within the last five years. Your referees will be contacted automatically by email and asked to provide a reference for you.

If you do not provide an email address for a referee you must ask them to send us references directly and provide them with a copy of our Guidance for academic references (PDF, 36kb).

Written work

Some courses require a sample of your written work to further demonstrate your suitability. If you're required to submit written work, the details of what is required will be in the application form. To help you prepare see courses with written work requirements.

Personal statement

A personal statement can be included as part of your application. For some courses it forms a part of the assessment process. Details of what to include in your personal statement will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see course-specific requirements for personal statements.

Curriculum vitae / resume

Your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume can be uploaded as part of your application to provide further information on your prior experience and qualifications.

Evidence of financial support

In most cases, you're not required to submit evidence of funding. A small number of courses require evidence, for example a bank statement or sponsor's letter. Where applicable you'll be asked to submit this as part of your application.

The expectation is that you'll make satisfactory arrangements before entry for your financial support, both for tuition fees and living expenses, for the whole period of your proposed course at the University.

Research proposal or outline of academic interests

If you're applying to a research degree, you should provide an outline of your proposed research topic. You must indicate whether you're interested in the work of a particular member of academic staff. Details of what to include in your research proposal will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see our guidance for research proposals.

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      <h3>Academic transcripts</h3>
      <h4>If you've completed your studies</h4>
      <p>You need to provide copies of your degree certificates and formal transcripts of your academic record. This should include full details of the degrees, classes, grades you've obtained and the modules/units you have taken.</p>
      <p>Documents not in English must be accompanied by a formally certified translation into English.</p>
      <h4>If you've not yet finished your studies</h4>
      <p>If you're still registered for your current course, or your undergraduate or postgraduate results are still pending, please provide an interim transcript of your results to date.</p>
      <p>Any offer you're made will be conditional and subject to completion of the course concerned at a specified level.</p>
      <h3>Academic references</h3>
      <ul>
        <li>For <strong>taught Masters courses</strong> (MSc, MA, PG Dip, PG Cert and MRes) you need to provide one reference.</li>
        <li>For <strong>research degrees</strong> (PhD, MPhil and MA/MSc by research) you need to provide two references.</li>
      </ul>
      <p>This is an important part of the selection process, so it's in your interest to make sure that your referees are both appropriate and informative. You should provide an academic reference if you have graduated within the last five years. Your referees will be contacted automatically by email and asked to provide a reference for you.</p>
      <p>If you do not provide an email address for a referee you must ask them to send us references directly and provide them with a copy of our <a title="Guidance for Academic references (opens in a new window)" href="/media/study/documents/postgraduate/Guidance for references.pdf">Guidance for academic references (PDF, 36kb)</a>.</p>
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      <h3>Personal statement</h3>
      <p>A personal statement can be included as part of your application. For some courses it forms a part of the assessment process. Details of what to include in your personal statement will be provided during the application process. To help you prepare see <a href="/study/postgraduate/apply/supporting-documents/personal-statement-guidance/">course-specific requirements for personal statements</a>.</p>
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      <p>In most cases, you're not required to submit evidence of funding. A small number of courses require evidence, for example a bank statement or sponsor's letter. Where applicable you'll be asked to submit this as part of your application.</p>
      <p>The expectation is that you'll make satisfactory arrangements before entry for your financial support, both for <a href="/study/postgraduate/fees-funding/">tuition fees</a> and <a href="/study/postgraduate/fees-funding/living-costs/">living expenses</a>, for the whole period of your proposed course at the University.</p>
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Safety Critical Systems Engineering (MSc) £17,420 £19,500

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Founded on principles of excellence

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Since then we have become one of the world's leading universities, carving out a reputation as an academic powerhouse where a clear focus on excellence has secured national and international recognition alongside longer established institutions.

A member of the elite Russell Group of universities

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There are now over 30 academic departments and research centres and the student body has expanded to nearly 16,000.

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Our investment in new colleges, teaching and learning space, laboratories, research facilities and a new sport village mean it has never been a better time to join our student body or research groups at York.

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