How to apply?
Applications for BSc and BA undergraduate degrees at Leeds Trinity University are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).UCAS no longer offers a paper application facility and all applicants are asked to apply online. Nearly all schools and colleges offer the facilities for applying online through the UCAS website using Apply www.ucas.com/applyIf you have any queries about using Apply please contact UCAS on 0870 1122211. Apply may also be used by those applying independently in the UK and overseas.
Applications for part-time study, Professional Practice degrees and Foundation degrees should be made directly to Leeds Trinity University (not via UCAS)
You can download the application forms here. If you have any questions relating to the application form please contact Admissions on 0113 2837123 or email@example.com
Application Form for Undergraduate Study 13-14.doc
Foundation application form available soon
What happens next?
For all direct applications please submit your fully completed application form plus reference(s) via email (or via post) to Leeds Trinity University as detailed abpve.
On receipt of your application, the Admissions Team will acknowledge receipt of your application via email or text. Your application form will be processed in the Admissions Office and forwarded to the relevant programme leader, normally within 3 working days of receipt.
The programme leader will review your application and either make a decision based on the information contained in your application or invite you to Leeds Trinity to discuss your application. Programme leaders aim to return their decisions within 10 working days where possible. After interview, programme leaders aim to return their final decision within 2 working days.
The decision will be communicated in writing to you by the Admissions Team within 5 working days of receiving the decision from the programme leader.
Failure to fully complete the application form or to enclose the required references will delay the processing of your application.
When to apply?
UCAS can start receiving applications for September entry during the previous September and the closing date is mid January. You will give yourself the best possible chance if you apply as early as possible once you have decided on your course and institution.UCAS does accept that some applicants will need to apply later (especially from outside the UK in which case the closing date is the end of June). UK late applications are processed by UCAS up to the end of June and we will continue to consider them where possible.Forms received by UCAS after the end of June will be held for Clearing.
Can I defer my entry?You are entitled to defer entry if you want to take a gap year before starting university. You can declare your intention to defer from the outset. It will have no effect on the selection process and your application will be judged in the usual way. If you decide to defer after we receive your application you will need to make a written request direct to the Admissions office or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are usually able to accommodate these requests.
How do you decide to choose us?
Pre-application Open Days
Before you make us a choice on your form, come and see that we're right for you…
Our selection processWe use various criteria including:
For Primary Education courses, selection will involve a group interview with our staff and teachers from our partnership schools. You must have some experience, either observing in a children-focused activity or working in a school.
Interviews and post-application daysOn receipt of your UCAS form, we will contact you. Some subject areas will want to interview you before offering you a place. Interviews are informal, often involving small group discussions. More often, however, departments will make you an offer based solely on the information provided on your UCAS form.
Please note that if offers are subject to interview for your chosen area of study, attendance to interview is mandatory.All successful applicants (those who are offered a place or selected for interview) will be invited to come to an applicant day. These visits give you an opportunity to look around the campus and find out more information about the course before making your final decision.A visit will involve:
What qualifications will you need?
When you apply to Leeds Trinity what matters most is your aspiration, motivation and passion to learn and we are committed to nurturing and supporting you to find your way. We welcome students with a range of qualifications and we personalise our entry offer to you. We treat every application we receive individually and value highly the experience you illustrate in your personal statement.
2013 Entry Requirements
For undergraduate degrees starting in 2013 the entry requirements are listed under each course in our online prospectus as a UCAS tariff score. You will find a list of the ABB equivalences here.
Please contact Admissions on 0113 283 7123 or email email@example.com for more details.
Mature studentsIf you gained qualifications a number of years ago which may now be outdated or which have no relevance to the subject you want to study at degree level, then you may be offered a Mature Entry paper. This paper is set by individual departments at Leeds Trinity University and usually consists of an essay style question or series of questions. It is not an examination.Details will be sent to you when we receive your acceptance of an offer.
Please note that this Entry Paper is set only in some circumstances, we normally require all students (regardless of age) to meet our normal entry requirements.
Accreditation of prior learningWe recognise that some students may have previous certification or experience, which makes them suitable for entry onto a course, or exemption from modules or part of a course.Leeds Trinity University has procedures for the accreditation of prior and experiential learning. This means that you can gain credit for prior learning, enabling you to gain entry onto a course, or ‘advanced standing’ within a course.
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Part-time studyMost of our undergraduate programmes can be studied on a part-time basis.As a part-time student you take fewer classes each year but study for your degree over a longer period. You still receive the same high level of teaching and support as if you studied full-time. Part-time students study a minimum of 20 credits (equivalent to one module) and a maximum of 60 credits (three modules) in each year. As a guide, 20 credits equates to approximately two hours of taught study per week during term time.Applications for part-time study should be made directly to Leeds Trinity (not via UCAS). Please see How To Apply for further details.
N.B BA Primary Education courses are only offered on a full time basis.
Tips for Applicants
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