Students who enrol at UC Leeds are automatically enrolled in the Leeds City College Students’ Union (LCCSU). This brings lots of benefits, including:
The LCCSU stands up for student rights and listens to everyone’s opinions. Anyone can get involved, and even run to become ambassadors or paid officers. It provides opportunities for enhancing CVs.
The LCCSU runs and supports numerous clubs and societies. These are a great way to meet others with similar interests. Examples of clubs and societies include:
Members of the LCCSU are also members of the National Union of Students. This brings even more benefits such as discounts at shops and restaurants.
University Centre Leeds provide a wide range of events and activities to encourage prospective students to consider Higher Education. It also helps to bring students together, so they can meet others who share interests, and enjoy valuable downtime during their studies.
The Students’ Union has lots of interesting clubs and societies for its students to get involved in, including:
Society members get together to socialise and take part in society events, usually related to their shared interest. Students can find out more about the available clubs and societies when they join, or they can browse the full list at the Leeds City College website.
Leeds is home to over 750,000 residents. It’s the UK’s fourth-largest city, offering an exciting experience as it’s rapidly expanding. Leeds is regularly ranked as a top student destination, with a diverse and multicultural population and inexpensive way of life.
The city is full of fun things to do. Shopping centres offer high street and unique items, restaurants serve cuisines from all across the globe. Art galleries and museums are in abundance, and the city is one of the UK’s best clubbing locations. Students can enjoy a lively music scene as well as plenty of sports events.
Leeds is also known as one of the greenest cities on the continent. It’s close to the Yorkshire Dales, which students can visit to be breath-taken by the stunning natural scenery. There’s also easy transport links to other parts of the UK. London is two hours away by train, and Edinburgh can be reached in three.