Join us in 2020
Join York St John University in 2020
Whether you are holding an offer from us, or you haven't yet applied, we have all the information you need to secure your place with us this year.
This section contains information for students joining us as undergraduates in September 2020.
You can find out how to research which course to study, how to apply for funding and when you need to apply for your accommodation. You will also find the key dates and deadlines you need to be aware of and learn more about what life is like as a student at York St John.
With the coronavirus outbreak, we know you may have questions for us. Our Admissions Team is here to support you and can be contacted on:
Telephone: 01904 876 598
Virtual Visit Day
We recently held a Virtual Visit Day for applicants and offer holders and will continue to hold virtual events over the coming weeks.
You can see everything that happened at our Virtual Visit Day by following the link below.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for applicants
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For 2020 starters, welcome week will start on Monday 14th September, with people who are staying with us moving into their accommodation on Saturday and Sunday 12th and 13th.
We are here to help you through the process of applying and starting. If you can't find the information you are looking for here, get in touch by calling 01904 876 598 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why you should choose York St John this year
Guaranteed accommodation for first year undergraduate students
97% of our students have a job or are in further study 6 months after graduation (DHLE 2017)
York was voted the best northern city to live in 2019 (The Sunday Times)
Top 30 for student satisfaction rating in the 2019 NSS out of all UK universities
You will graduate in the stunning York Minster
Be ready for September 2020
Find your accommodation
Prepare your finances
Why choose YSJ
Research your course
Preparing for university - 10 things to do before September
- Charlotte Milburn
From finding flatmates on social media to brushing up on your cooking skills, Charlotte shares her top tips for being university-ready.
Choosing where to live
- Elena Cable
History student Elena gives advice on how to choose your ideal university accommodation.
An honest review: Blackbullion
- Charlotte Stevenson
A big part of university life is learning to manage your money. Charlotte Stevenson reviews Blackbullion, the university's recommended budgeting tool.
My A-Z of York
- Rachel Neill
Find out more about the beautiful city of York, named best northern city to live in 2019 (Sunday Times).