York College is located at Sim Balk Ln, Bishopthorpe, York YO23 2BB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with York College and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Elisa Winstanley

5 Google Rating

York College has a great hospitality department. They have a restaurant on site where the students c

5/ 5

York College has a great hospitality department. They have a restaurant on site where the students can put their knowledge into practice. Throughout the year (during term time) they organise a series of themed events, and you can go and sample the food. The standard is excellent and the presentation is second to none. I have attended these events for many years and it doesn’t disappoint! This is definitely a hidden gem and if you haven’t been, then I would highly recommend you try it out! There’s free parking so you don’t have to worry about driving into town and paying for parking! The photos will give you a taster...

Graham Crouch

5 Google Rating

An amazing place. I work there!!

5/ 5

An amazing place. I work there!!

Tobias Haukland

5 Google Rating

As a foreign exchange student I could not have been more satisfied with the college. The courses wer

5/ 5

As a foreign exchange student I could not have been more satisfied with the college. The courses were relevant and educational. Tutors were helpful and personal with a high level of expertice within their subject.

James_Green

1 Google Rating

Building falling to pieces. Staff are rude and don't know how to teach. Absolutely disgusting market

1/ 5

Building falling to pieces. Staff are rude and don't know how to teach. Absolutely disgusting marketing department.

Josh Mitchell

5 Google Rating

Met amazing friends and staff. Staff very helpful, most can't do enough for you. I have had a fantas

5/ 5

Met amazing friends and staff. Staff very helpful, most can't do enough for you. I have had a fantastic 2 years of A-level study

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