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Post-16

Our programmes and activities are designed to give talented sixth form students a taste of university life while encouraging them to apply to a research-intensive university like York. We also provide advice and guidance on practical matters such as student finance and UCAS applications

Many of our programmes are partnerships with specific schools/colleges. However, some activities are open for individual student applications.

Contact us

Access and Outreach

outreach@york.ac.uk
+44 (0)1904 323529

Next Step York

A programme aimed at talented Year 12 students from targeted schools/colleges. It aims to support application to a research-intensive university through a range of interactive events.

Black Access

A programme aimed at supporting Black students to discover university. Designed in collaboration with our current students, this programme is student-led to give a real insight into life as a Black student at York.

York Experience Summer School

Our residential summer schools give Year 12 students the opportunity to experience the academic and social side of university life.

Realising Opportunities

A collaboration involving research-intensive universities working together to promote fair access and social mobility of students from under-represented groups.

Aspiring medicine students

The Hull York Medical School offers a variety of activities for young people to help raise aspirations and encourage progression into medicine.

YorJourney

YorJourney is the final module for completers of either Next Step York, YorWay to York, York Experience Summer School, Black Access or Pathways to Medicine programmes to help unlock their alternative offer for the 四虎影院.

York Students in Schools

A range of study workshops for Year 12 students and mature applicants. We also offer EPQ conferences to help support students working towards this qualification.

Academic skills and EPQ conferences

A range of study workshops for Year 12 students and mature applicants. We also offer EPQ conferences to help support students working towards this qualification.

Online short courses

From archaeology to psychology, art history to engineering, our online short courses take place over three to four weeks and are open to everyone, regardless of background or location.

Support and resources

As well as our programme of interactive activities we also offer the following support:

  • Resources for 6th form students: we provide a variety of study resources for pupils who are working on assignments for Realising Opportunities or Next Step York, or an Extended Project Qualification.
  • York Access Scheme: the scheme aims to improve access to the University for applicants who have faced challenging circumstances. It allows students to provide additional information which will be considered alongside their UCAS application.
  • Support for care leavers: students who have been in care can get in touch with our care leavers' contact both before they apply and during their studies at York. We also offer a Care Leavers and Foyer Bursary to help cover the costs of tuition fees and living expenses.

 

If you are a pupil participant or the parent/carer/guardian of a pupil participating in one of our programmes, it is important to let us know if your personal details have changed. This form covers sections such as; a change of home address, change of contact number, change of school or college, change of preferred pronouns, change to parent/carer/guardian details and also change of eligibility criteria. We need to hold up to date information so that we can keep in touch with you, send you relevant information and comply with UK General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). If any of your personal details have changed, please complete the form below.
 

Contact us

Access and Outreach

outreach@york.ac.uk
+44 (0)1904 323529