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If you would like to study a taught Masters degree or a research degree at Leeds Trinity University, you will apply directly using the forms on this page.

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Apply for a taught postgraduate degree

Once you've found the course - or courses - you're interested in, you can apply directly to Leeds Trinity.

If you meet the entry requirements, which you'll find on the course page, you should download the relevant application form in the 'how to apply' section.

Return the completed application form to our admissions team:


Admissions Team
Leeds Trinity University
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What happens next?

They will acknowledge receipt of your application by email, process it, and forward to the relevant Programme Leader within three days.

The programme leader will either make a decision based on your application or invite you to attend an interview day.

If you're selected for an interview, you'll be contacted with details within ten days of your application being processed.

The admissions team will notify you of your interview outcome in writing within five working days of receiving a decision from the Programme Leader.

Made an offer?

You should accept or decline your offer by emailing admissions@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

If you accept, you'll need to prove you satisfy the conditions outlined in your offer letter.

This will usually be by presenting the relevant supporting documentation in person to the student administration office (AM36) on campus.

Need some advice?

Get in touch with our admissions team:

English language requirements

The English language entry requirements for Bachelors and Masters programmes for students whose first language is not English are as follows:

English Language Test

Minimum Score


6.0 overall, and no component below 5.5

 Pearson PTE Academic

Listening - 51

Reading   - 51

Speaking - 51

Writing    - 51

 A GCSE or iGCSE in English

ā€˜Cā€™ or ā€˜4ā€™ grade

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)

Minimum overall score of 169, with no score below 162

Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)

Minimum overall score of 180, with no score below 180

Trinity College London Integrated Skills in English (ISE)

ISE II, ISE III, ISE IV; Merit in Reading and Writing

Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate, English

Grade 1 or 2 (Acceptance of these qualifications is based on the success rate of previous students who entered with these qualifications. The applicants are also interviewed to assess spoken English competency)

Oxford Test of English

Minimum overall score of 126 with no component below 111. Not accepted for MA Journalism (as it is only equivalent to IELTS 6.5)

Thames Examinations and Training - English as a foreign language (Cyprus)


Please note:

  • Higher levels may be required for certain courses
  • MA Journalism requires 7.0 overall and no component below 6.5

If you don't meet these requirements but do meet the academic qualifications, your application will be considered after the successful completion of a pre-sessional English course.

Application forms

You'll find the application form for your chosen course on the course page, or you can download it below.

Apply for a research degree

Once you've read the Admissions Policy and know you've got the necessary qualifications to apply, you'll need to contact a related subject area academic who can agree to be your potential supervisor.

Supporting documents and a potential supervisor are the first steps to applying to a postgraduate research degree.

You'll need three people as references and at least two should be qualified to comment on your educational background and potential for your chosen programme of study.

Once you've got these, you're ready to apply with the below application form, which you should then return to admissions@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

Get in touch

Contact our research team: