Visit us at an Offer-holder Day
After you receive your offer from Leeds Trinity University, it’s time to book your Offer-holder Day.
Exclusively for Leeds Trinity Offer-holders, you’ll experience for yourself what studying with us would be like. Our Offer-holder Days for 2023 entry will be taking place across March – May.
And if you’re travelling from further than 20 miles away, we may cover up to £125 towards your travel costs*.
Once you’ve received your university offers, your next decision is choosing where you’d like to study which can be tricky. Attending an Offer-holder Day is one of the best ways to take a closer look at what studying your subject with Leeds Trinity would be like.
When you attend an Offer-holder Day, you’ll experience:
- A subject session led by the academics who’ll teach you
- The opportunity to hear from our current students in a student panel
- Advice on securing your accommodation and applying for student finance
- A full campus and accommodation tour
All attendees will receive a free lunch, with free tea, coffee and water available throughout the day.
Our Offer-holder Days take place over half a day, so you can use the rest of your day to explore nearby Horsforth or Leeds city centre.
You may have already visited us for an Open Day – we’d love to welcome you back to campus for an Offer-holder Day.
Offer-holder Days are your opportunity to get much more hands on with your subject, in a session with our academics. In these sessions, you could also meet your future course mates.
You’ll receive detailed advice on securing your accommodation, and applying for student finance, tailored to you as a Leeds Trinity applicant.
Open Days can be very busy – an Offer-holder Day is a great chance to experience anything you didn’t get round to at your Open Day, such as touring our campus and accommodation, or asking questions about your course or student life.
Offer-holder Days are exclusively for Leeds Trinity applicants only. Please do not attend if you have not yet received your offer.
If you hold an offer for two courses and they aren’t part of the same Offer-holder Day, please book on to the Offer-holder Day for your first-choice course of interest. If you wish, you can email SCLhello@leedstrinity.ac.uk to organise a virtual conversation with an academic regarding your second-choice course.
Parents or guests are welcome to join you throughout the Offer-holder Day. Alternatively, there will be a lounge on the day where they’ll be able to relax if they don’t wish to attend the Welcome and Subject session.
We want to make attending an Offer-holder Day as simple and accessible as possible. So, if you’re travelling from more than 20 miles away, we’ll help cover some of the cost so you can join us on campus and enjoy your Offer-holder Day experience.
Distance travelled to the event
Amount you’ll receive
20 – 69 miles
70 – 149 miles
150 miles or more
The amount of financial support available depends on the distance travelled to the University and is calculated by Leeds Trinity University. The amount awarded will be based on the shortest route from the registered home postcode on your booking form to our Horsforth campus.
We’ll contact you after you’ve attended your Offer-holder Day with details on how to claim your travel funds. You may be asked to provide a proof of address. Money will be paid via secure electronic payment, with full details to be confirmed after the visit. Financial support is available per household, not per member of visiting party. No money will be handed out at the event.
If you live within a 20-mile radius of the campus, we can offer you £20 towards your travel if you meet one of the following criteria:
- Eligible for free school meals or pupil premium – your school will need to sign the application form as supporting evidence
- Young adult carers (someone aged 18 to 25, who regularly looks after and has responsibility for a sick, elderly, or disabled family member) – you will need to provide supporting evidence from a Social Worker
- Carers – you will need to provide a letter from an established Carer’s organisation or your GP detailing your caring responsibilities and proof of any Carer Benefits that you receive
- Benefit recipients – you will need to provide a letter that details proof of your entitlement
- Have a declared disability and be in receipt of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) or Disability Living Allowance (DLA) – you will need to provide a letter that details proof of your entitlement
- Have no family support and have been estranged from your family for 12 months or more – you would need to have had no contact with both parents for over a year
Book your Offer-holder Day
To book your Offer-holder Day, find the subject area for your course below.
If you’re not sure which subject area your course sits in, you can find your course here.
Bookings close one week prior to each event, so please make sure you book on to your Offer-holder Day as soon as possible.
Biomedical ScienceBook Your Place
BusinessBook your place
Children, Young People and FamiliesBook your place
Computer ScienceBook your place
Criminology, Sociology and PolicingBook your place
Digital and Screen MediaBook your place
EnglishBook your place
Health and Social CareBook Your Place
JournalismBook your place
LawBook your place
Philosophy, Ethics and ReligionBook your place
Primary EducationBook your place
PsychologyBook your place
Sport and WellbeingBook your place
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