Guide to Studying in York
A Guide to Studying in York (also known as the York Guide to English as a Foreign Language) is one of the most comprehensive guides to studying at UK universities. It was created by Thomas Boady and Martin Rowntree, two eminent British language academics who themselves studied at York. The book contains detailed information about all aspects of academic life at York – from attaining your degree to applying for graduate studies and completing your MA dissertation. It also gives you information on the different areas of research available at York.
The Guide to Studying in York provides you with an overview of your academic requirements. It divides this requirement into four categories, based on your country of origin. You will find details about subjects such as human biology, anatomy, physics and chemistry. Other topics not covered in the first four categories are also described in separate chapters, which provide information on subjects such as arts and humanities, politics, sociology and psychology.
Each of these subject areas is described in detail and provides clear and concise instructions on the basic requirements that students must fulfil if they wish to study at a particular university. The book briefly looks at the four years academic program at York, including the introduction and main body of each of the four years. It briefly looks at the campus life and cultural activities and then goes on to describe the different programmes available at York. It provides a brief account of the academic qualifications required for each programme and then goes onto describe the various institutions offering the different programmes.
The Guide to studying in York makes a special reference to the support that is offered to international students. It refers to the various ways in which international students can help to support their studies at York. These include providing financial and personal assistance, as well as networking opportunities. It goes further to state that international students can get a recommendation for a suitable foreign academic centre from the University chaplain or dean, as well as assistance and guidance from the admissions office at York.
Some universities may require prospective international students to demonstrate an eligibility status for admission. For example, some universities may ask that potential candidates show evidence of having ‘academic’ eligibility, whilst others may not require this. One way of checking to see whether a particular university requires proof of eligibility is by calling the admissions office. Another is to visit the website of each of the prospective universities. York is one example of a university that does not require a specific form to be submitted when applying for study at York. All universities, however, will require some form of proof of eligibility.
The Guide to studying in York provides details of all of the different colleges that are located within York’s boundaries. It provides the details of each college, as well as the courses that are offered at each. It provides details of the different levels of study at each college, and the course offerings at each. Most colleges offer Bachelor’s degrees, although there are some universities that offer a variety of different courses, including Master’s and Doctorate programs.