The University has grown significantly since we were granted our Royal Charter in 1966.
During this time our subject areas have been expanded and our teaching and research expertise is divided across four academic Faculties, which each cover a broad range of specialisms.
Your course belongs to one of these four Faculties - each with their own academics, facilities and research centres.
Engineering & Informatics
The Faculty of Engineering and Informatics is comprised of six departments. There are the Department of Biomedical and Electronics Engineering, the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, the Department of Chemical Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, the Department of Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering, and the Department of Media, Design and Technology.
Our courses are strongly linked to industry and our graduates are highly regarded as well-rounded and hands-on.
Industry partnerships include:
- Johnson & Johnson
- Jaguar Land Rover
- British Computer Society
- Game Republic
We use state-of-the-art equipment across the Faculty, including:
- Vicon Optical Motion Capture Suite
- Outside Broadcasting Truck
- CADCAM and CAE
- £1m multidisciplinary engineering lab
Students from the Faculty of Health Studies graduate equipped with the employability skills they need to succeed in a wide range of healthcare and associated professions.
The Faculty is highly regarded for its Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions courses.
Staff include leading academics, healthcare professionals and active researchers.
Service users will be involved in your studies from the beginning to end of your course.
State-of-the-art facilities in our £10m building, including:
- two fully-equipped clinical wards
- two physiotherapy rooms
- movement lab
- fully functioning X-ray suite
The Faculty of Life Sciences incorporates four academic schools:
- Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
- Chemistry and Biosciences
- Optometry and Vision Science
- Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
The Faculty has extensive links with the pharmaceutical industry and the health and personal care sectors.
State-of-the-art facilities including:
- Bioimaging Suite
- Anatomage Table and human patient simulator
- fully equipped Crime Scene House
The Faculty's research is part-funded by the Government's research councils, Yorkshire Cancer Research, the Leverhulme Trust and the Wellcome Trust.
Courses have accreditations from the Institute of Biomedical Science, the General Optical Council and the General Pharmaceutical Council.
The Faculty of Management, Law & Social Sciences provides engaging and innovative teaching and learning which instils an ethos of responsible leadership and citizenship. We produce and disseminate applied, highly relevant research which makes a tangible difference to the world.
Our vision is to impact global societal challenges by Making Knowledge Work through world class interdisciplinary teaching and research that cultivates talented, versatile, job-ready graduates within a distinctive student community that has the knowledge and skills to make a difference.
The School of Law and the School of Social Sciences are located at the heart of the University on City Campus, and the School of Management is based at the historic Emm Lane Campus, set in 14 acres of parkland a short distance from City Campus.
School of Law
The School's extensive range of law programmes give you the opportunity to tailor your study in a particular aspect of law.
School of Management
The School is part of an elite group of global business schools to hold the triple accreditation of Equis, AMBA and AACSB, often referred to as the Triple Crown.
It's one of the oldest university-based business schools in the UK, and has close links with the region's top employers.
School of Social Sciences
The School is internationally recognised for research and teaching across the social sciences.
It produces cutting edge applied research, and works closely with governments, public bodies and multilateral organisations including the United Nations, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Commission, the Quakers, and others.