A university experience made for you.

Our Open Event on Wednesday 20 April will give you valuable insight into life at University Centre Leeds.

Taking place on campus 4-7pm

Thinking of studying for a degree? Choose University Centre Leeds. Variety, versatility, flexibility and comprehensive support are just some of the reasons why so many choose to study with us each year – discover the rest at our 20 April Open Event.

Held on campus, our open event is the perfect opportunity to:

  • Explore course options from PGCEs and HNDs to foundation degrees and degree apprenticeships
  • Find out more about the UCAS application process and deadlines
  • See our first-class facilities for yourself, including modern science labs, our Teacher Development Centre and excellent IT facilities.
  • Discuss course fees and financial support
  • Hear from our tutors about the areas they’re passionate about
Open Event at University Centre Leeds
Open Event at University Centre Leeds

Why University Centre Leeds?

At University Centre Leeds, we’re dedicated to delivering a personal learning experience to every student. We do this by providing:

  • Face-to-face tutorials and small class sizes, allowing you to work closely with your tutor and peers
  • Superb support, whether that’s with financial, career or welfare-related matters
  • Progressive learning to help you develop graduate skills

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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.