Don’t worry if you missed the UCAS (The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) deadline, you can still apply for a course with us to start in September at University Centre Leeds. We design the delivery of our courses with your other commitments in mind, whether these be around family, work, or other aspects of life.
Keeping your future in mind at all times, employer collaboration and understanding is at the core of our courses. When you complete a course with us, not only will you gain a unique understanding of your chosen profession and industry requirements but you will have the skills needed to move forward in your chosen career.
Don’t just take our word for it. We have a student academic support rating of 82% and have ranked highest in overall student satisfaction in Leeds for two years running (NSS 2021).
Personalised education like no other
At University Centre Leeds, you’ll benefit from:
- Small class sizes, ensuring close tutor supervision and guidance
- Face-to-face delivery, creating supportive student communities
- Personal tutorials that help you succeed in your degree and support your career development planning
- Innovative learning that adapts to your needs
- Support that makes a difference, whether it be financial guidance, career advice or welfare-related
You can still apply today!
If you missed the UCAS deadline on January 26th, don’t fret as you can still apply and we will still consider your application.
All information regarding fees and other related information are current but are subject to change for unforeseen reasons at the College’s absolute discretion. Please check with the College for the latest fee information. Government policy on entitlement to fee reductions and tax or benefit rules is subject to change. The information printed reflects the College’s understanding at this time but students should check the current position and their personal circumstances before committing to a College course. Students are required to pay fees by the due date and failure to do so will lead to their results not being presented to the relevant examination board, and therefore result in them not receiving their certificate.