University of York Admissions Changes
26 November 2020
The University of York has recently made changes to their admissions requirements and process, outlined below.
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Changes to US undergraduate entry requirements:
York will no longer use the ACT or SAT-R when reviewing US high school applicants or other applicants studying in a US system. They recognise how difficult it has been to take these tests due to the pandemic, and instead will look for either 3 APs or 3 SAT subject tests or a combination of these. Additionally, one of the above APs or SAT subject tests can be replaced with an honours class or a college-level class at B+ or higher. For example, 2 APs and an honours class is acceptable.
Changes to PGT reference requirements:
York will no longer need a reference for PGT applicants as a default. Most students will be able to receive an offer without providing a reference and won't need a reference to go unconditional. However, they still request the referee information in case they do need a reference (For example, if a student has had a long gap from education or is switching fields).
Changes to the admissions process for Law LLB and LLBS:
These programmes no longer have a skype interview. Instead, before receiving an offer applicants will be asked to complete a short self-assessment to make sure they are comfortable with the problem based learning (PBL) teaching style on both programmes.
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