Offer holders

Welcome to our community

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Congratulations on your offer

Hear from Dr Phil Murphy, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor and Lecturer in the School of Earth and Environment, as he congratulates you on your offer and talks about the School's world-leading research that feeds directly into your course. 

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Next steps for offer holders

Register your interest to receive an update when the booking process opens.

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Discover all that we can offer you and what you need to do next.

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Log in to UCAS track to make your choice.

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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 on offer and you'll be supported every step of the way. All on one campus, and in the heart of a thriving, friendly and multi-cultural city.

Hear from our students

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

Watch our taster lectures

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

Watch our BSc Environmental Science and BSc Sustainability and Environmental Management taster lecture to find out why magic (yes, magic) can help save a species, or threaten it with extinction.

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In our Earth Sciences taster lecture you will 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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This presentation describes how we used computer game, Minecraft, and virtual reality to help the public design their ideal infrastructure futures.

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This Earth Sciences lecture offers a sneak-peak into the secret world of burrowing mammals, with geophysical imaging methods.

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in the UK for Earth and Marine Sciences

The Guardian University Guide 2021


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

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Environmental challenges

Explore how human society interacts with the natural world, through our environmental challenges short courses

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Research-based degrees

Research is at the heart of your learning. You’ll learn about discoveries as they are happening

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Resource list

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

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Hazel Mooney
Student | BSc Environmental Science
I decided to study at Leeds because I visited the University in year 12, for a GIS introduction course and completely fell in love with the University, and also the School of Earth and Environment.

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.

Leeds for Life brings together everything that’s unique about you and your experience, so you can talk clearly and confidently to potential employers about what you’ve done and achieved.

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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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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 and/or require any further information please contact our admissions team by email:

We look forward to welcoming you in September 2021.

We hope that by the time you're ready to start your studies with us the situation with COVID-19 will have eased. However, please be aware, we will continue to review our courses and other elements of the student experience in response to COVID-19 and we may need to adapt our provision to ensure students remain safe. For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, regularly visit our website, which we will continue to update as the situation changes