Social Policy, Crime and Criminal Justice, BA (Hons)

University of York

  University Information
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Uni rankings

  • Uni Compare Ranking
    37 / 425
  • Guardian Ranking
    17 / 120

About this University

The University of York (informally York University, or simply York, abbreviated as Ebor. for post-nominals), is a research-intensive university located in the city of York, England. Established in 1963, the campus university has expanded to more than thirty departments and centres, covering a wide range of subjec... Read more

  Grade & tariff information
source: hesa.ac.uk

Tariff information

Provided by HESA on behalf of Unistats, the grades listed on the right are reflective of the applicants who were offered a place on the course last year. Note that not all applicants receiving offers will take up the place and the information may be incorrect, so this figure is likely to differ from the UCAS Points that are required from University of York...   Read more

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Grades accepted

  • UCAS Points
    136
  • A Levels
    AAB
  • Scottish Highers
    BBC
  Graduate information
source: hesa.ac.uk

Graduate employment prospects

  • JOBS NAME
    PERC
  • Business and public service associate professionals
    30
  • Welfare and housing associate professionals
    10
  • Managers, directors and senior officials
    10
  Graduate information
source: NSS

80% of students strongly agree that staff are good explaining things

80%

90% of students believe that the staff made the subject interesting to study

90%

80% of students agreed that the course was intellectually stimulating

80%

80% of past students believe assessment marketing was fair

80%

50% of students agreed that feedback on work helped them understand further

50%

80% of past students believe they received enough advice and support for their studies

80%

90% of students agreed that the timetable was well thought-out

90%

80% of past students agreed that the course was well organised

80%

70% of students believed that the library provided enough resources for their course

70%

80% of past students thought that the course helped them grow their confidence

80%
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