Posted on 5 February 2024
York Interdisciplinary Modules (YIMs) offer students the opportunity to work collaboratively to develop key skills and competencies in working across disciplinary boundaries on contemporary local, regional and global sustainability challenges. The modules will be taught by a range of academics to provide different disciplinary perspectives on specific topics of focus. They will also give students the opportunity to work in teams with students studying on other programmes from across the University.
After a successful first semester, with the Sustainability Clinic winning a Green Gown Award for Student Engagement, Environmental Sustainability at York (ESAY) is offering the following suite of sustainability-related YIMs for the academic year 2024/25:
Students should apply to take YIMs using the usual electives process in their Department/School (subject to timetabling constraints /Department availability). For any questions about the module, students should contact the module conveners listed on the module catalogue. For questions about the electives process, please email and esay