The university offers a range of scholarships and bursaries, including:
Leeds Trinity Bursary
Students with a household income of £25,000 or less can receive £1,000 in their second year of study.
Academic Achievement Award
Students who achieve AAB at A-level (or the equivalent) over three awards will receive a £1,000 payment in their first year of study.
Foundation Year Progress Bursary
Students who successfully progress from their foundation year to Level 4 of their linked three-year Undergraduate Degree programme will receive a cash award of £1,000.
Care Leaver’s Bursary
Leeds Trinity offers a Care Leaver’s Bursary of £1,000 per year to students who are under the age of 25 with care leaver status.
One student who is seeking asylum will be able to progress on to higher education and have their tuition fees waived for the length of the course.
To see the full range of scholarships and bursaries available to students, or to find out more about the above, please visit the Leeds Trinity website.
Leeds Trinity University works to give students excellent value for money, providing transformative educational experiences to students of all backgrounds. Students originating from the UK can expect to pay £9,250 for entry on to three-year undergraduate and foundation year (Level 0 prior to continuing to a linked undergraduate) courses. Students applying to a two-year foundation degree can expect to pay £5,000 per academic year.
International and European students will expect to pay £12,000 for entry on to an undergraduate course.
In most cases students at Leeds Trinity University will be able to fund their studies by applying for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance.