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Leeds Trinity University > Applicants

Received an offer to study at Leeds Trinity University? Congratulations!

You've made a brilliant decision in applying to Leeds Trinity, even if we do say so ourselves – this is the first step on your journey towards your dream job.

Once you've received your offer, your next step is to attend an Applicant Day. Applicant Days are exclusive, invitation-only events for students that have received an offer to study at Leeds Trinity.

Where Open Days are designed to give you a general introduction to the benefits of studying at Leeds Trinity, Applicant Days will give you a taste of what it's like to study your chosen subject.

Your Applicant Day

You'll receive a personalised schedule for your Applicant Day, but your day will include:

  • A welcome from your department: You'll meet the lecturers that could be teaching you and find out about your course in more detail, including where your degree could take you.
  • Student Q&A: Who better to answer your questions than someone who's currently studying your course?
  • Academic workshop: We'll bring your course to life with an interactive workshop to give you a flavour of what you'll be studying. You'll get the chance to know our lecturers, as well as other students who could be on the course with you.
  • Campus tours: Whether you've already been on a campus tour or not, this is your opportunity to get a real feel for where you may spend the next few years of your life.
  • Student Support drop-in: Our Student Support services will be on-hand to answer your questions about your application, student finance, accommodation and the many other support services offered by Leeds Trinity.

Download your Applicant Day guest programme  

Dates and times

Our final Applicant Days will take place on Saturday 29 April. Click on any course to download the day's programme:

​School of Arts and Communication

Creative and Professional Writing
English and Creative Writing
English and Film
English and Media
English Language and Linguistics
English Literature
History and Philosophy


History and Politics
Journalism and Politics
Media and Marketing
Philosophy, Ethics and Religion
Politics and International Relations
Sports Journalism
Television Production
Theology and Religious Studies

​School of Social and Health Sciences

Accounting and Business
Business and Management
Business and Marketing
Counselling Psychology
Exercise, Health and Fitness
Exercise, Health and Nutrition
Forensic Psychology
International Business
Primary Physical Education and Sports Coaching
Primary Physical Education and Sports Development


Psychology and Child Development
Public Health and Individual Wellbeing
Secondary Physical Education and Sports Coaching
Secondary Physical Education and Sports Development
Criminology and Sociology 
Sport and Exercise Sciences
Sport and Exercise Sciences (Sports Nutrition)
Sport Psychology
Sports Coaching
Strength and Conditioning

​Institute of Childhood and Education

Early Childhood Studies
Education and Religious Studies

Education Studies
Working with Children, Young People and Families

If you’ve applied to study Primary EducationJournalism, Broad​cast Journalis​m, and Secondary Education, Physical Education and Sport (two-year course)​, you’ll be invited to attend an Interview Day instead of an Applicant Day before we make you an offer.

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