Come and visit us on campus for a taster of some of our taught Masters degrees.

Forthcoming events

Our next event will be taking place on Wednesday 11 March 2020 from 1 to 5pm, with an optional campus tour beginning at 11.30am. We'll be ready to welcome you in the Ron Cooke Hub Atrium.

The afternoon is full of opportunities to find out more about studying a Masters at York.

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What happens on the day?

  • Take an optional tour of our beautiful green campus (accommodation viewing not included).
  • Register, network and browse our information fair. Chat with some of our current York masters students over coffee and a slice of cake. Exhibitor stands from a range of support services are also available for you to take a look at and ask any questions.
  • Find out about financing your studies and the funding opportunities that may be available to you.
  • Hear from our Graduate Students' Association (one of only a handful in the country!) and some of our current masters students about what it's really like to live and study in York.
  • Take a mini-tour of your department, attend a taster lecture or participate in a Q&A session with staff and students from your department (exact activities will vary by department).

I took part in a Masters Taster Afternoon in which I was able to visit my supervisor to get a better idea of what my course had to offer. At that point, I had already received an unconditional offer, but was considering two or three other schools as well. I was working full-time, and so I was unable to come to my course open day, but really got a feel for what the atmosphere would be like at York from this Taster event.

Jordan, MSc Environmental Economics and Environmental Management

Who's there?

The following support services will also be available to chat to:

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I attended the Masters Taster event at the University which I would definitely recommend attending as all my questions were answered that day from funding to course requirements. I spoke to a student ambassador from the Department of Health Sciences who was very patient with me even though I had so many questions to ask. It was very important for me as a single-parent living some distance away to get all the right information before deciding if the Masters was a viable option.

Heidi, Masters in Public Health