Two Anglican teacher’s training colleges in York, founded in 1841 (for men) and 1846 (for
women) respectively, merged and formed York St John University in 2006. The university
has a magnificent 11-acre campus in the historic city of York. Adept with all modern
technologies, the award-winning campus creates a perfect environment for students to thrive.
Additionally, the university also has a campus in London that hosts students for post-graduate
programs. These programs, curated by industry experts through extensive research, are aimed
at educating and creating innovators and leaders of tomorrow.
With over 6500 enrolled students, the university ranked 30th out of 122 Universities in
England for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey, 2022.
The list of most sought-after subjects offered by the university includes life sciences,
theology, nursing, and education. The Faculty of Arts was awarded the national center for
excellence status in creativity for its outstanding performance in the nation.