Learning for life-long success. Whether you are finishing high school, transferring from another institution, advancing your career or deciding to study in Canada, York University offers a broad selection of degrees, programs and opportunities to support your learning journey.
As a York student, you can choose from more than 200 innovative, flexible programs to align your degree to your career goals. Use our Program Finder to start exploring our diverse range of programs.
See York's campus… in person or virtually. Join a current student and tour our world-class facilities and learn more about why we continue to attract the best and the brightest from around the globe.
As an international student, your decision to study away from home is a big one. At York, we will provide you with the opportunities and supports to create your big ideas that will make an impact on the world. We have programs that span the arts, engineering, education, business, health, life sciences, the environment, languages, cultures and international studies.
Transfer to York
Whether you transfer as a mature student, directly from another postsecondary institution or come back to school after a period away, you'll find your fit at York. We're proud to offer multiple pathways for those wishing to enhance their studies with further university education.
Have you already completed an undergraduate degree at York but would like to continue taking courses here? Apply for Non-Degree Status and you can still enrol in undergraduate courses.
Find your footing in a community of like-minded learners pushing the boundaries of knowledge to make excellence and equity matter in the wider world. Whether you love research or are looking for a competitive professional edge, we have options for you to explore.
We strive to make our courses accessible to everyone through daytime-only, afternoon, evening, online and weekend programs, as well as part-time programs/courses. At York, we recognize your individual needs and provide alternatives to support you. Our varied study options will enable you to reach your goals, your way.
Return to York
If you are returning to York to complete your degree and you did not enrol in courses in the last fall/winter session, then you must reactivate your record.
York International is here to help you gain valuable international experience and enrich your education.
Continuing education courses, programs or organized learning experiences are designed to serve the needs of people already in the workforce.
Enrol in courses
Pick courses and plan your schedule now! Find out when you can enrol so you will be ready to go when your enrolment slot opens.
Check for available self-serve tools and resources on My Online Services. Get what you need, from wherever you are, at almost any time of the day.
The Academic Calendar contains the specific requirements of each degree, diploma or certificate offered by York University. In addition, the Calendar contains University-wide rules and regulations as well as the rules and regulations of each Faculty.
Take advantage of the support offered to you by the Academic Advisors at York University.
Advising helps you to make informed and thoughtful decisions about your academic pathway as you progress through your program.
York's RED Zone
York's RED Zone is a program to support student transition into York University. We provide programming and orientation, in-person and online support, and connect students to key resources.
YU START is a New Student Transition Program designed to support you as you make your way into and through your first Year of York University.
Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries
Learn about and search for awards, scholarships, prizes and bursaries offered at York University.
Student Financial Profile
The Student Financial Profile is a multi-purpose online application form that is used to apply for University financial supports including scholarships, awards, bursaries and on-campus employment programs such as Work/Study.
OSAP information is aimed primarily at full-time York University degree students applying for OSAP aid, but we also have helpful information for certificate students, exchange students and non-degree students.
Health & Wellbeing
Mental Health Resources
York University aims to promote a healthy, inclusive and supportive environment that fosters mental health and well-being among members of the York community.
All counsellors at Student Counselling & Development are registered clinicians who have experience working with a diverse student population.
The Wellness Hub is a central point of all health and wellness services and workshops on-campus.
Student Accessibility Services provides academic accommodation and support to students with disabilities in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s Policy on accessible education for students with disabilities and York University Senate Policy on Academic Accommodation for Students with Disabilities.
Clubs at York
York University is home to more than 350 student clubs and organizations that fall under various categories including Academic, Advocacy, Charitable, Environmental, Faith-based, Hobby, Political, Professional and Sports.
The International Student & Scholar Services Team support international student retention and success by offering expert non-academic programs and services, and by fostering a dynamic global community.
Looking for ways to manage your time, study and learn more effectively, keep up with readings and course work, and get the most out of your studies? Let Learning Skills Services help you achieve your academic goals!
At the Centre, our work is driven by our community's needs. Survivors and all those affected by sexual violence will be provided with compassionate services, dignity, privacy and respect.
Career and Post-Graduation Planning
Experience York is our one-stop-shop for students to apply to a full range of jobs and experiential learning opportunities, register for programs and activities that support their personal, academic and professional development, and reflect upon and track their skills development.
What can I do with my degree?
Taking a look at some potential career paths for your program of study can be helpful for giving you ideas that you may not have considered otherwise.
The Co-Curricular Record provides you with a chance to connect your experiences to skills that employers and graduate schools look for.
Stay connected to York
York alumni are making an impact. Use your experience, build your network and keep connected.