Whether you are a current, future, or international student we are here for you! Our students learn from and work with outstanding faculty members, and benefit from leading-edge research facilities. We provide a diverse number of science programs to choose from that are organized around collaboration and strongly encourage experiential learning. With this, you will get one of the best learning environments to thrive in so you can take control of your education and your career in science.
Learn about our program offerings, admission requirements, scholarship opportunities, and what to expect as a Faculty of Science student.
We'll help to guide you throughout your student journey so you can stay on track and be successful. Learn about academic advising, check progress towards your degree and get involved on campus.
We understand that the transition to a new country can be overwhelming. We work with our international students to make sure they have access to helpful resources and stay on track.
Students in the spotlight
Looking back to my undergraduate academic journey, I am grateful for all the experiences and challenges that helped me become the type of person I am today. If I were to give you advice, it would be to enjoy your time in university and allow yourself to learn from your mistakes. Remember, this is your experience and story.
There are many aspects about York that make it such a great university, but what I love most is how willing everyone is to help you succeed. There are many resources that are easily accessible to students, which they can use to succeed academically, as well as socially. The professors and upper year students really have your best interests at heart, and will help you become the best version of yourself.
One thing I love about York is that there are numerous opportunities through which students can grow both academically and socially while maintaining a balanced life. Throughout the year, there are many different clubs, intramural sports, and social events that cater to a wide variety of interests that students can be involved in. This is a perfect way for students to balance their academic workload while also networking with other students and faculty members.