About the institution
The University of York is a Russell Group university and one of the UK’s few collegiate universities. First-year students usually live in one of its eight undergraduate colleges on the university’s campus in Heslington and remain part of their college even after they’ve left. Heslington is a village in the suburbs of York, a short bus ride from the city centre. The campus has a number of notable facilities including the Grade II listed Heslington Hall and Central Hall as well as two permanent art galleries.