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  • York's Biology Department is large, modern and generally acknowledged to be one of the best in the country. It is an integrated school of biological sciences with a broad spectrum of research interests in pure and applied biology, achieving a rating of... more >

  • The Centre for Women's Studies offers the opportunity for interdisciplinary teaching and learning at MA/MSc/MPhil/PhD level, runs innovative study skills and research training courses and has an active research community. more >

  • The central aim of the Department is to undertake research and teaching of the highest international standards in computer science and related areas. The University Funding Council most recently assessed the Department's research in 2001 at 5*, the high... more >

  • The Department has wide-ranging research interests in the literature of all historical periods of English and related literatures and offers graduate students the opportunity to study for an MA, MPhil or PhD degree, full-time or part-time. The Departmen... more >

  • We equip students with the knowledge and skills to become public health professionals in the UK or international settings. more >

  • The MRes programme provides training in a set of analytical and practical research skills that will thoroughly prepare students to continue on to a PhD. The programme is ideal for students who are thinking about continuing their studies to PhD level, bu... more >

  • The mission of the Department of Management Studies is to provide high-technology and knowledge-based organisations with developed programs and research on leading edge issues affecting their long term profitability and growth. more >

  • The Department is committed to the view that postgraduate study and research should reflect both the pursuit of individual enquiry and contribute to joint scholarly endeavour. more >

  • The MSc is for those wanting to become a professional researcher in health, or wishing to develop careers in the health sector. more >

  • The Department specialises in the archaeology of Europe and the mediterranean in historic periods. It places emphasis on advancing study through the development of archaeological theory and techniques. more >

  • The Department has one of the largest concentrations of expertise in economics and related areas in UK universities and obtained a top grade of 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. more >

  • The Department attaches great importance to its research and the training of its graduate students. Its research groups have international recognition and each group regularly publishes papers in major journals aind presents papers at international conf... more >

  • The Department of Environmental Economics and Environmental Management is concerned with the integration of the disciplines of economics, ecology and environmental science in the evaluation and management of the environmental impacts of human activity. more >

  • The graduate school comprises 33 members of academic staff, 35 technical staff and experimental officers, approximately 100 graduate students, and 90 research fellows. We are housed in a group of laboratories most of which have been recently extended an... more >

  • Teaching in the Department of Sociology received an overall score of 23/24 in the HEFCE Teaching Quality Assessment. Research received a grade of 5, meaning that the Department achieved international excellence in its research activities. more >

  • The departments of Social Policy and Social Work have been awarded an 'Excellent' for the HEFCE teaching quality assessment, and a grade of 5 for the quality of research in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. These awards confirm York's preeminence i... more >

  • Teaching in the Department received a rating of 'Excellent' in the HEFCE Teaching Quality Assessment exercise, while the Department's research received a grade of 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. more >

  • Research activity within the graduate school covers a wide range of topics in both pure and applied mathematics. more >