At the Faculty of Law, mature students enrich our learning environment with an extraordinary wealth and diversity of academic, professional and life experiences. Each year, the Faculty of Law hosts a number of social events to help mature students connect with each other and to the broader law school community. Through our Peer Mentorship Program, we also pair incoming mature students with upper years who share first-hand information and guidance about the different ways that students can get the most out of their law school experiences. Our Career Development Office CDO offers counseling and links to resources especially tailored to students pursuing law as a second career.
Graduate Students' Association - Student life, University of York
Grad Groups are student-led, student-run groups that have affiliated themselves with the Graduate Student Association for funding and support. It is open to both students and staff whose research interests and activities are either focused on Africa or have relevance to African studies. The study group critically engages with issues such as colonialism, politics, development, conflicts, land dispossession, extraction of natural resources, gender and governance in Africa among others. Facebook: facebook.
GAP YEAR RESEARCH, DATA, AND BENEFITS
Please note that the value of scholarships may vary from year to year at the discretion of the Trustees. No applications will be considered after this date. No other form of application will be accepted.
Student life. We're one of only a few universities in the UK to have an independent student-led organisation specifically for postgraduates. When you arrive at York as a postgraduate you will automatically become a member. The GSA is led by a team of elected officers who are all York students or recent graduates. They're here to help you make the most of your time at York.