University of York , UK

University of York which is located in York, England was established in 1963. It is often called as York University. It comprises of 8 colleges named: Goodricke, Langwith, Alucin, Wentworth, Halifax, Derwent, James, and Vanbrugh. At the beginning of 1963 it had only 3 buildings with 200 numbers of students. Now, it is the leading university in UK with several thousands of students and more than 30 research and academic institutions.

The courses mainly offered are divided into various departments such as, Department of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Archeology, Computer Science and Engineering, Education Studies, Economics and Related Studies, Electronics, Biochemistry, Health Sciences, English and Literature, Mathematics, History of Arts, Law, Environment, Psychology, Politics, History, Language and Linguistic Science, Philosophy, Theater film and Television, Social Policy and social work, Sociology and University’s Hull York medical school and management. By registering in the graduate and research programs conducted by the university, a student can continue his studies in the same university.

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