Leeds Trinity University will support you throughout the application process to make it as simple as possible. Whether you're looking at full-time or part-time study, you will need to be aware of the following to make the right course decision for you.
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Minimum entry requirements
You normally need to have five qualifications to meet our minimum entry requirements for any undergraduate degree course. At least two of these should be Level 3 qualifications which are the equivalent of 2 full A levels and one must be GCSE English Language at Grade C or above (or equivalent).
For some courses you will need additional requirements, for example ITT programmes or when the entry criteria are specified by an accredited body.
Find out the entry requirements for individual undergraduate courses
Find out the entry requirements for individual postgraduate courses
Find out the entry requirements for individual foundation courses
Differential Offer Scheme
The Leeds Trinity Differential Offer Scheme has been introduced for students applying to university in 2015–16. Our University is dedicated to offering students the opportunity to study with us from a wide variety of backgrounds. As part of this commitment, we are keen to encourage applications from those living in areas where participation in Higher Education is usually low and from care leavers. Differential Offers will be made to applicants for most courses who meet the following criteria:
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- Applicants who are predicted to meet or exceed the advertised entry requirements for their chosen course
- Applicants who are Care Leavers
- Applicants who live in a POLAR 1 area. The POLAR classification looks at how likely young people are to participate in HE across the UK
- Applicants who meet our minimum entry requirements as described above
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We understand that you may want a year out to pursue other interests before you start your studies. You may decide this before you apply and select the next year of entry on your application form.
If you've made the decision after you've applied, you'll need to send a written request as soon as possible to the Admissions team at
. The Admissions team will try to accommodate your request where possible.
Deferring your studies will not change the offer conditions which you'll still need to meet in the year you applied.