When you apply to Leeds Trinity, you're choosing a university renowned for its supportive community. You become a part of that community as soon as you start applying, so this page gives you everything you need to know about your application journey.
Choosing a university is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make, so we want to help you make a decision that's right for you. We believe the best way to do that is by really experiencing the university for yourself, which is why Applicant Visits are a major part of the applicant journey at Leeds Trinity.
Unlike a big Open Day event, or applicant days at other universities with hundreds of guests, our Applicant Visits are completely personalised visits for no more than a handful of guests at a time. We'll give you a menu of activities to choose from, so you can build your own visit around the aspects of university life that interest you. It's a unique chance to get a detailed picture of what studying at Leeds Trinity would offer you.
We're here to help you throughout your applicant journey, so if you want to speak to us about any aspect of applying to Leeds Trinity University, get in touch. You can chat to us live right now, give us a call or email us.
A step-by-step guide to the undergraduate application process
Choose a course and check its entry requirements using our course finder. You can find out more about us and your chosen course by coming to an
Apply online for your chosen course via the UCAS website. UCAS accepts applications from September for the following year.
The UCAS application deadline is 15 January. After the deadline, you’ll need to check the course is still open or contact Leeds Trinity’s Admissions team.
If you’ve applied for Primary Education, Journalism or Broadcast Journalism, you will be invited to attend an Interview Day before we can make you an offer.
We will aim to make a decision within two weeks of receiving your application. You can check your application outcome via UCAS Track. We'll consider your application based on your personal statement, references, predicted grades, career ambitions and existing skills and experience. Offers can be unconditional if you've already met the entry requirements for your course, or conditional if your offer is reliant on exam results.
Once you've received an offer to study at Leeds Trinity University for 2019 entry, we'll give you two options to visit us depending on the course you've applied for. If you received your offer without attending an
Interview Day, you'll be invited to an
Applicant Visit. If you received your offer after attending an Interview Day, you'll be invited to a
Once you’ve received decisions from all the institutions you applied to, you can select your firm and insurance places via UCAS Track. If you haven’t received any offers from your choice of institutions or have declined all your offers,
UCAS Extra allows you to add an additional choice to your application. UCAS Extra is open from the end of February to the end of June.
If you have chosen Leeds Trinity as your firm choice and meet the conditions of your offer when your results are published/received, we will confirm your place on the course using UCAS Track. If you don’t meet the conditions of your offer, you might be eligible to use the UCAS Clearing service to apply for courses where there are still vacancies. If you are still looking for a course at Leeds Trinity, call our clearing hotline on
+44 (0)113 2837123 to discuss your options.
Get in touch with us
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