The Department is housed in a new purpose-built Computer Science building at the University of York Campus East. Campus East is situated approximately ten minutes walking distance from Campus West, but there are clear footpaths and a free and frequent bus service for students to move easily between the two campus sites.
Download maps of the campus and how to reach it – York is easily accessible: situated almost halfway between London and Edinburgh, trains from London take under 2 hours; 2½ from Edinburgh. York is also well served by road links, being easily accessible from the A1, M1 and the M62. For more information on how to find us visit our Contact and Maps page.
For those travelling from overseas, there are airports at Leeds/Bradford (with a direct bus transfer to York), Doncaster and Humberside. Manchester International Airport's rail link provides a direct route to York, with a travelling time of just 1½ hours and Heathrow Airport can be reached in just 3½ hours. There are also excellent ferry services from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge to Hull.
You can find out what fees there are and when you should pay them in the page about Fees and Funding.
We offer a number of scholarships to help you finance your study on our taught Masters courses. You can find out about funding opportunities here.
You need to achieve an IELTS minimum of 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each area. Other language tests are also accepted, for more information, click here.
Both the IET and BCS recognise the following course as partial fulfilment of the education requirement for the Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration:
When students are awarded the MSc Human-Centred Interactive Technologies they automatically meet some of the conditions for professional engineering status in the UK for IET.
Our MSc in Cyber Security is one of just twelve universities in the UK to have received full certification from the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
Find out what this means for you, here.
There is no formal deadline; we accept applications throughout the year. You can only start the course in September of each year.
The number of hours scheduled for lectures, programming classes, laboratory periods and tutorials is between 15 and 20 hours a week. However, much of the required learning is achieved outside the scheduled timetable, and so you will be need to be self-motivated, self-disciplined and willing to learn outside your contact hours. Your personal supervisor will be on hand to guide your studies.
York has a collegiate system of accommodation, and your college is where you are likely to live for your first year at York, but you will remain part of the college community throughout your time at York. Find out more about the colleges at York and why they are the hub of social activities on campus.
The University has many facilities for students, including a sports centre, nursery, shops on campus, health centre and student’s union. Find out more about what the University can offer.
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