There are so many ways to make your time at York a great success.
- Opportunities for you to get involved in activities, societies, sport and student representation
- Personal development through internships, volunteering, studying or working abroad and leadership skills training
Make the most of your time at uni and give yourself the best competitive edge in a global workplace by developing new skills, living new experiences and gaining the confidence you need to succeed – make the most of you.
York Futures is our professional development programme that will help you gain a clearer understanding of your skills, strengths and areas to develop.
We will help you with your career exploration journey and outline work experience and personal and professional development opportunities open to you during your time at York.
Study or work abroad
All York students have the opportunity to study and work abroad. Experience new cultures, learn new languages and stand out in front of employers. Funding opportunities are available to help you achieve this.
You can also take advantage of our free language and cultural awareness courses with Languages for International Mobility (LFIM).
YUSU, our students’ union, offers you lots of opportunities to get involved in student representation at academic and union level, volunteering and charity work. Get great experience and something for your CV.
Be more than a member - become part of the team running societies to develop your skills, such as leadership, events organising and finance.
Get involved with organising events, running the Junior Common Room, competing in college sports, and much more, to get the most out of your time at uni.
We provide support for your physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing to help you stay happy and healthy at York.
- Student support services
Help with practical issues such as finance, housing, immigration, or any personal health issues. See the Student Hub.
Access support from your Assistant Head of College or College Administrator, residential tutors, or the Junior Common Room Committee (JCRC).
Your supervisor will encourage and support you in your studies and is there to listen and to help you with any academic issues.