Offer holders

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Geology and Geophysics

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Congratulations on your offer

Congratulations – we hope you’re excited to receive your offer to study at the University of Leeds, an international, world top 100 university. 

Going to university is an amazing experience. You’ll join our friendly and diverse community of over 38,000 students from more than 170 countries. Being a student at Leeds means you’ll make friends from across the world and become more globally minded, which is a great asset to future employers.

We want to make sure you have everything you need to make the best decision for your future, so on this page you’ll find details on next steps, including how to accept your offer and apply for accommodation. You’ll also have the chance to explore our campus and hear what our students say about their experiences here at Leeds.

Next steps

Your offer explained

We're really glad you've applied to study with us at Leeds. Find out more about your offer and how to reply.

Events for offer holders

Your offer holder event is a chance for you to find out more about the course you’ve applied for, as well as the careers support and enrichment opportunities available to you in Geology and Geophysics.

You’ll meet staff and current students and there will be plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions about studying with us.

Attending an event

Offer holder events are now taking place. View our offer holder events page for details about how to attend.

If you can’t attend a live event, we will be making our sessions available on demand after the event for you to view at a time that best suits you. Please be aware that our question and answer session, and the chance to meet our teaching staff and current students, will only be available during the live event.

If you have any access requirements to help you participate in our offer holder event, for example a transcript or captioned video after the event, please email our admissions team at admissions@see.leeds.ac.uk.

 

Download your offer guide

Download your offer guide to discover more about what it’s like to live and study at our campus university at the heart of the city.

Accept your offer

You can reply to all your offers by logging in to UCAS Track.

You don’t need to reply to your offers until all the institutions you applied to have notified you of their decisions. When this happens, you’ll see the deadline you need to reply by in UCAS Track.

Your reply dates are based on when UCAS receives the last decision from your universities or colleges. Check your application to see your personal deadline.​

  • If you receive your last decision on or before 19 May 2022, your reply date is 9 June 2022 (except if you're using Extra to find a place).

  • If you receive your last decision on or before 14 July 2022, your reply date is 21 July 2022 (including Extra choices).

See more information from UCAS on how to reply to your offers.

See your accommodation options

We guarantee accommodation for your first year.

Living in our University accommodation is a great introduction to student life, and a fantastic way to make new friends. Most of our accommodation is off campus, close to the city centre or in the popular student areas of Headingley or Hyde Park – within walking distance or on frequent bus routes to the University.

Book your place for one of our Accommodation Live Events through our Virtual Viewing Hub, and take a virtual accommodation tour of our residences.

Any questions?

Check our Applying FAQs if you still have any questions about your offer.

You can also contact our admissions team by email: admissions@see.leeds.ac.uk

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, please visit our information for applicants and offer holders page.

International students

Want to speak to current students about what it’s like to study with us? Link to Leeds gives you an opportunity to chat to students from a wide range of subject areas and countries.

We have more than 12,000 international students from more than 130 countries, making our campus one of the most diverse and multicultural in the UK. Watch our video on being an international student at Leeds to find out more about what it’s like to live in a lively, multicultural city in the centre of the UK.

When you are coming to university in another country, there are lots of things you need to know, from travel and accommodation arrangements to sorting out your finances. Browse our guide for international students to find out more.

 

Exceptional student experience

By joining Leeds you’ll be part of a prestigious, research-intensive Russell Group university, where you’ll gain skills that will be invaluable to you, personally and professionally. You’ll get the chance to take part in research, tailor your experience and take advantage of life-changing opportunities. You’ll benefit from some of the best university facilities available and you’ll be assisted every step of the way.

You’ll also join a diverse, supportive community of students and make friendships and connections that will last a lifetime. Leeds University Union (LUU) is one of the largest in the country, and their mission is to make sure students love their time at Leeds. With over 300 clubs and societies, there's bound to be something for you.

The best way to find out about life at Leeds is to chat to our students on Unibuddy. We have over 100 Unibuddy ambassadors ready to answer with any questions you might have - from course content, facilities and accommodation, to city life and the societies you can join while you're here.

Hear from our students

Discover more about student life at Leeds by hearing from some of our current students who share their stories.

Taster lectures and online courses

You'll be taught by internationally renowned, inspirational academics who are passionate about your subject.

Find out why and where earthquakes happen, and what earth scientists are doing to better anticipate the hazard of future earthquakes.

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Boost your academic skills with our free online courses to help you prepare for university study.

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Preparing for your future

Make the most of the opportunities at Leeds, have an amazing experience, and give yourself the skills and confidence to stand out from the crowd.

Studying abroad is a great way to boost your confidence and broaden your outlook on life by experiencing another culture, while making friends and having fun.

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We’ll help you find work experience, improve your CV and offer advice on job applications, preparing for interviews and other options after graduation.

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On our courses you have the option to take a year in industry, so you can apply your learning in an industrial context and develop both personally and professionally.

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As a Leeds graduate, you’ll join well-known names in a global network of more than 250,000 people in over 180 countries who all share a lifelong connection to the University of Leeds.

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Facilities

We are continually investing in our facilities to create an exciting learning environment

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Taster lecture: Mapping animal burrows with geophysics

A sneak-peak into the secret world of burrowing mammals, with geophysical imaging methods

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Resource list

A selection of recommended reading and study materials to prepare you for University

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Clubs and societies

You can join a number of clubs and societies and meet other students in fun and relaxed social environments

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We’re here for you

You’ll benefit from a wide range of support services to help you feel safe and at home from day one.

To make sure you get the most out of your time with us, there is a network of people and facilities available to support you with advice and information.

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You can access professional, free and confidential counselling, wellbeing and mental health support in lots of different ways.

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If you have additional needs, you’ll be offered a range of support from drop-in advice sessions to modified exam arrangements.

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Leeds is a relatively low-cost city compared to many areas of the UK, but you still need to budget very carefully. Leeds University Union offers lots of advice on budgeting and the cost of living in Leeds.

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Keep in touch

If you have any questions please contact our admissions team by email: admissions@see.leeds.ac.uk

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Undergraduate courses

Visit our course pages for all the latest information about your chosen course.