A small university with a big reputation, Leeds Trinity University is renowned for teaching excellence and producing highly employable graduates. The University is one the of the UK’s top 15 universities for teaching quality and student experience.
Leeds Trinity University is one of only a few UK universities to build professional work placements into every undergraduate degree. That means you’ll graduate with up to three months’ degree-relevant experience, industry contacts and valuable employer references – without having to take a sandwich year out.
The University has 12 key subject areas across three Academic Schools and Institutes: The Institute of Childhood and Education, the School of Social and Health Sciences, and the School of Communications, Business and Law.
Students at Leeds Trinity get the best of both worlds – they get to live in one of the UK’s best student cities, with everything you need for university life on a single-site campus, including accommodation.
The University is renowned for its distinctive sense of community, where students receive the personal support they need – in and out of the classroom – to achieve their full potential.
Leeds Trinity University students on Whatuni say:
“I have loved my university experience so far and it was everything I expected, and I am so glad I came to this university. I hope it will only get better and I am excited for next year.”
“It has been one of the best experiences that I have had at a place of education. This is strongly due to the whole social aspect of uni and the bonds created over courses and more adult things than just gossip and being forced into the same place. This is also similar in my accommodation. Due to where I'm staying, this has made the whole experience even better, because the people I live with are compassionate, friendly and inviting.”
“My overall experience has been great so far, I've made good friends and I'm getting along really well with the course. The tutors are great, and I get along with the majority of the people that are on my course and those that are living in my hall.”