York University, established in 1959, is Canada's third largest university, world-renowned for offering an unparalleled academic experience.
The unique, interdisciplinary approach to learning allows students to study their subjects from many different angles simultaneously and allows them to combine majors in completely different fields. York offers full and part-time graduate and undergraduate degree programs to over 50,000 students in faculties.
Yorkâ??s graduates do the extraordinary because of internationally top-ranked programs, a unique, interdisciplinary approach and more than 5,000 courses every year offered through Yorkâ??s faculties.
acilities at the York University includes:
- Scott Library, housing Sound & Moving Image, Maps, Archives & Special Collections
- over 16,000 electronic journals, 2.5 million books, and significant collections in film, music, maps, archival materials and microforms
Clubs and Organisations:
- 290 student clubs and organizations
- Six student-run publications and three broadcast programs
- Six art galleries
- 33 on-campus eateries; and a retail mall
- Sport York offers 29 interuniversity sport teams, 12 sport clubs, 35 intramural sport leagues, special events and 10 pick-up sport activities offered daily
- 50 instructional courses each semester from dance to yoga, karate to first aid
Career Centre team support students and new graduates (up to two years after graduation) in the enhancement of career mnagement skills, thorugh:
- On-site advising at career events
- Resources to students and parents attending recruitment activities such as the Ontario Universities Fair (OUF) and Spring Gala
- Job Search Strategies for International Students
- Professional Etiquette for Student Leaders