Leeds Trinity Students’ Union (LTSU) is dedicated to enhancing the lifestyle of all students and contributes to a unique, valuable student experience. It is led by a president, vice-president and team of student officers who have been elected to represent students’ interests and wellbeing.
The students’ union organises events and activities for students throughout the academic year, ranging from live concerts to jobs fairs, social events and guest speakers.
They also help students manage and oversee a huge range of sports clubs and societies. Students are sure to find a club or society that suits their interests, allowing them to meet like-minded people and make friends for life.
LTSU also runs a student welfare service which provides confidential advice and support on health and wellbeing, as well as guidance for those looking to find accommodation away from campus.
Leeds Trinity Society Union (LTSU) runs a range of clubs and societies catering to lots of different interests, from esports and Disney to wellbeing and pool.
For students who love sports or other fitness activities, the university supports a huge range of university sports clubs as well as an excellent gym with a swimming pool and other exercise facilities. Students could get involved in cheerleading, football, hockey, netball and rugby, and even go on to represent the university in competitive leagues.
For students who find that there’s a club or society missing and want to start their own group, the LTSU can assist in setting up, publicising and growing a new society. Starting a club or society can be a great way to add to the university community, meet people and gain experience in leadership and organisations.
As the UK’s third largest city and home to around 60,000 students, Leeds is the perfect city for student life. From the nightlife in one of the city’s many bars and clubs and gigs at the world-renowned Brudenell Social Club or First Direct Arena, to shopping at Trinity Leeds or visiting the home of Leeds United Football Club, Leeds has everything students need to enjoy their time here.
Leeds is also the city for graduate opportunities – it’s home to a lot of big employers and has jobs available in every area, including the rapidly growing digital sector.
Students at Leeds will also be able to travel the country, or the world, with ease due to the close proximity of major rail lines, motorways and international airports. For those looking to get out into the country or get involved in outdoor sports and other activities, the Yorkshire Dales and Peak District national parks are just a short journey away.