Mentoring can be anything from a few brief email contacts to a long-term coaching relationship. The core of a mentoring relationship is conversation, whether by […]
By offering students the opportunity to develop an enterprising mindset we improve student employability, whether they plan to start their own business, or use their […]
The IGDC conducts research that promotes the needs of the most vulnerable groups in society. Through the Centre, York is supporting citizenship for global development […]
The Laidlaw Scholarship is a fantastic example of how philanthropy can make a huge difference to the potential of future generations, made possible thanks to […]
Your generosity has meant that this year 21 more bright students have been given a chance to do more than just study. In September 94 […]
You are connecting with more and more of our students and their great ideas through YuStart, York’s crowdfunding platform. You’ve helped to make 17 projects […]
It’s not just alumni who volunteer at the University – our students do some fantastic work in the local area.
Mentoring fellow graduates and current students can have an invaluable impact on their lives. Alumna Clare Third tells us her mentoring story.
Leadership programme will give students invaluable skills for their transition into employment
Your gifts of time, expertise and work experience all make a tremendous impact. You support us in numerous ways – this year over 1,200 of you volunteered over 12,000 hours of your time to support York students – thank you so much!
We want everyone who comes to York to reach their potential – not just academically but also as employable, active and creative individuals who can fully participate in the community.
Your help allows us to give financial support to independent critical thinkers of the future. We want York students to prosper in a global workplace and contribute to the diverse skills and perspectives in our international community.
Thanks to your generosity, the University of York was able to offer bursary support to over 120 undergraduate students during 2015/16.
A new leaders’ programme has been added to the York Award to give 30 students a unique opportunity to present team projects to a panel of graduate employers and to compete for the Chancellor’s Leadership Prize.
Over the past year alumni and friends of the Department of Chemistry have raised more than £815,000 for the Chemistry@50 Appeal. These gifts have made […]
On 30 October, Nathan Bostock, CEO of Santander UK, visited the University to launch the Digital Leaders initiative aimed at York students who combine creative and entrepreneurial talent.