Every year YCCSA runs a Summer School Programme which runs for nine weeks starting in July.
The School for 2020 will run from Monday, 13 July 2020 until Friday, 11 September 2020. Details of important dates can be found on the Timetable tab.
If you have any questions about the Summer School Programme, please email
YCCSA offers a number of interdisciplinary vacation scholarships to students from universities in the UK, EU and overseas. Students undertake 9 week placement during which time they pursue a research project with at least two academic supervisors from different disciplines.
Important news! The Summer School will be 12 years old in 2020, and will be slightly different. A new and exciting programme will see 2020 offering only three projects but each project will have three students, each from a different discipline. This will be a new challenge - not only will the students learn about research but working as a team and learning about interdisciplinarity first hand.
Eligibility - All students who are committed to a course of study in the following year are eligible. This constitutes either a continuing undergraduate programme, or an offer for an MSc or a PhD has been given and accepted by the time applications have closed.
The scheme has supported 116 students over the last nine years working on interdisciplinary projects between the following Departments and external institutions
|English & Related
|Health Sciences||History of Art||HYMS|
|Language & Linguistics||Mathematics||Music||Physics||Psychology||Sociology|
|Theatre Film &
University of London
They proved to be an invaluable resource for academics to develop cross-disciplinary collaborations and students in turn receive training and experience of research.
PhysComp: where magnetic moments, software architectures and robots meet
The development of a self-reflective Magic Triangle tool
Interested in applying? To apply you need to provide, as one PDF document:
Please note: Eligibility - All students who are committed to a course of study in the following year are eligible. This constitutes either a continuing undergraduate programme, or an offer for an MSc or a PhD has been given and accepted by the time applications have closed. If you are in any doubt, please contact email@example.com
Send these via e-mail as one PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that your information will be made freely available to potential supervisors at the University of York and that by applying you consent to this.
Please be aware, this year we will be interviewing short-listed candidates. These may be face-to-face interviews with those candidates living close by, or otherwise by Skype or Google Hangouts etc. If you have any particular issues that would preclude interviews of this nature, could you please indicate in your application and we will make alternative arrangements. Again, you can contact email@example.com to ask any questions.
If your referee would prefer to send the reference separately, they can do so to the email address above but we ask you to co-ordinate with your referee to ensure that the application and reference arrive more or less together. We cannot consider applications that are incomplete after the deadline has passed.