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Courses

Courses coming soon

We are always developing new undergraduate and postgraduate courses, keeping your learning relevant and valuable in a changing world.

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If you are interested in these courses please keep an eye on this page for updates.

These courses are subject to change as they are still in development.

Upcoming courses

Undergraduate

UCAS code for full course: C820
UCAS code for foundation year: C821

Duration: 3 years full time

Start date: September 2022

This course is subject to final approval.

Our Psychology courses are accredited by the British Psychological Society. All of our Psychology courses share a common first and second year. You will be introduced to different areas of psychology, including:

  • Biological
  • Developmental
  • Social
  • Differential
  • Cognitive

On the Forensic Psychology course, you will take part in lab-based training in research skills through specialist Research Method modules

Through our research-led teaching, you will learn about:

  • The cognitive neuroscience of language and memory
  • Social interaction and political psychology
  • Children's cognitive development, including literacy
  • Tool innovation and imagination
  • Body image and bullying
  • Mental health and neurodiversity

We have dedicated labs equipped with EEG equipment for recording electrical activity in the brain, eye trackers, for monitoring gaze patterns with static or mobile eye trackers, virtual reality (VR) equipment, wall and ceiling-mounted cameras and a large collection of psychometric tests and questionnaires. We also offer an integrated Psychology Research Participation Scheme (PReP) where you will benefit from participating in others’ research from the beginning of your studies.

In your final year, you will explore the role of psychologists in the criminal justice system. You will cover topics such as:

  • Murder
  • Stalking and gangs
  • Juvenile offenders
  • Sexual offenders
  • Female offenders

The course includes an integrated work experience module in your second year. You will develop key employability skills through your taught modules, a structured academic tutoring programme, and extra-curricular careers events.

Entry Requirements

The minimum entry requirements for this course are:

  • 120 UCAS tariff point
  • 3 GCSEs at grade C/4 (or equivalent) including English Language and Maths

The minimum entry requirements for the foundation year are:

  • 48 UCAS points
  • 1 GCSE in English Language at grade 4/C (or equivalent)

Fees and Funding

The tuition fee for 2022 entry onto this course is £9,250 per year for full time study. This price applies to all UK/EU, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man students.

The tuition fee for 2022 entry to this course is £12,750 per year for full time study. This price applies to all students living outside the UK/EU.

Due to immigration laws, if you are an international student on a Student Visa, you must study full time. For more information about visa requirements and short-term study visas, please visit the International Visa and Immigration pages.

How to apply

You will be able to apply through UCAS, using the course codes written above.

Postgraduate

Duration: 2 years full time

Start date: September 2022

This course is subject to final approval.

This postgraduate route to paramedic registration lets you turn your existing healthcare knowledge and critical thinking skills into a practical, patient-focused career. Through our partnerships with Yorkshire Ambulance Service, the NHS Trust and other providers, you will combine theory with practice as you gain the skills and knowledge required to be an HCPC registered paramedic. Your classroom-based learning will focus on the theory of practice as well as realistic scenarios, giving you a deep understanding of complex healthcare needs and public health concerns. You will also be encouraged to consider the role of different professions and how they work alongside paramedics. By integrating interprofessional learning with problem-solving skills, you can make a unique contribution to your new profession, right from the start of your new career.

Entry Requirements

The minimum entry requirements for this course are:

  • A 2:1 or above in your undergraduate degree. If your degree is not in a health, human biology or sport science related subject, you must provide evidence of basic patient assessment skills and knowledge of human biology at level 4 or equivalent.
  • If you have a 2:2 in your undergraduate degree, we may consider your application if you are able to evidence significant academic or professional experience.
  • Insight into the paramedic profession, ideally through work shadowing experience. This could be in any setting, such as an emergency ambulance or GP practice.
  • You will need to complete an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
  • You must be in good health and up to date with your routine immunisations. If you are offered a place, you will be required to complete a questionnaire and undergo a medical assessment.

If English is not your first language you will need to show that you have English Language competence at IELTS equivalent.

If you do not have traditional qualifications, you may be eligible for entry based on Accredited Prior (Experiential) Learning (APL/APEL).

Fees and Funding

The tuition fees for this course will be confirmed soon.

How to apply

You will be able to apply directly through York St John University website when this course has been fully approved.

Duration: 1 year full time, 2 years full time

Start date: September 2022

This course is subject to final approval.

This MA is delivered by research active staff with extensive experience of delivering innovative and contemporary Film and Media degree courses. You will explore exciting topics including:

  • Sustainability
  • Marginalised voices, including female and BAME filmmakers
  • Media treatment of contemporary issues
  • The representation of Yorkshire on screen
  • Emerging forms and platforms in film

If you have studied with us on one of our related undergraduate degrees, this will be an opportunity to extend your learning further and cover new ground. If you are new to York St John University, we look forward to welcoming you to a postgraduate community with a huge variety of research interests.

Other opportunities this course will offer you include:

  • Working with a Graphic Designer to build skills in HTML coding and Adobe Software
  • Writing for our magazine, Neutral
  • Having access to Yorkshire Film Archive, located on our campus
  • Visits to the British Library at Boston Spa
  • Being part of the wider research culture of the School of Humanities
  • Specialist sessions with prominent guest speakers

Entry requirements

Entry onto this master's degree requires a minimum of a 2:1 undergraduate honours degree in Film, Media or another related subject.

If your honours degree is not in a related discipline, we may invite you to attend an interview or submit a short essay to support your application.

Fees and Funding

The tuition fee for 2022-23 entry onto this course is:

  • £6,500 per year for full time students from the UK/EU, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man
  • £12,750 per year for full time students living outside the UK/EU

How to apply

You will be able to apply directly through York St John University website when this course has been fully approved.

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