Undergraduate Virtual Open Days
Our next undergraduate Virtual Open Days take place from 2-9 October. Register your interest.
Our virtual open days are a great opportunity to hear directly from our academic staff, admissions team and current students. You can view our accommodation, explore our campus and learn about life in our vibrant city.
As your choice of university is very important and we want you to have all the information you need to help you make the right decision, we invite suitable applicants to attend an applicant day, which we encourage you to attend.
Our applicant days are more in-depth than our general University open day. You’ll be able to:
- take part in group activities
- tour our facilities
- find out more about your course
- chat to current students and academic staff over lunch
During the day you’ll have a discussion with an academic member of staff, to check that it’s the right course for you and your career plans, have your questions answered and find out more about studying at Leeds. For more details about the applicant day relating to the course you have applied for, visit the course page.
HE talks and workshops
Our Education Engagement team attend many local and national HE fairs and conventions. These events provide young learners with an excellent opportunity to find out more about the opportunities at the University of Leeds. Find out more on our higher education events webpage.
We regularly travel overseas to meet with students interested in studying at Leeds, so you may be able to meet a representative in your country. Our overseas offices provide advice and will guide you through each stage of your application. We also work with representatives worldwide to provide an international network of advice and support.
Talk to a current student
Link to Leeds gives you the opportunity to talk directly to some of our current international students. It is ideal if you’re thinking of applying to, or are an offer holder for, the University of Leeds and would like to hear about other students’ experiences or have questions about being a student here.
You can talk directly to some of our current students in the following ways: