Working with others
Choosing to undertake a Joint Honours programme is a fantastic
way of working with others.
As a Joint Honours student you get the
opportunity to work with students from two subject areas. As
well as tutors teaching in one subject area, some members of the
staff teams teach across the Joint Honours subjects, so you will be
working with a diverse range of engaging and experienced tutors
and work with a range of really exciting and interesting
people who are interested in both your subject
areas. This gives you the opportunity to develop valuable
experience which will help you in the job market when you graduate
from York St John.
All subject areas in Joint Honours include
group work as a learning opportunity, and in some subject areas
there are opportunities to deliver presentations with others as
part of your assessment.
Joint Honours students will be able
to get involved in the production of the Media magazine
NEUTRAL, a magazine that is anything but neutral in tone and
content. NEUTRAL engages actively and
creatively with contemporary media, culture and the arts. Conceived
by Media students at York St John University as a space to publish
ideas, articles, interviews, images and creative expression,
NEUTRAL encourages submissions from both inside and outside the
University, from anyone interested in contributing to contemporary
debates in the arena of media, culture and the arts.
We encourage students to submit articles and
other content for NEUTRAL. We also invite students to get involved
in the production design and editorial process as well as the
marketing of the magazine. NEUTRAL exists on two platforms,
both as a printed magazine and a website. Both of these exist in
order to showcase the interdisciplinary range of work that takes
place in the Faculty.