What is an applicant day at university?
An applicant day is not an assessment – it’s an opportunity for you to find out more about us, including the course you’re interested in, the tutors who will teach you, our world-class facilities and your new classmates. Attendance at applicant days is not compulsory, but we’d highly recommend you come and visit.
How long does it take to get an offer from Leeds?
If you are holding an offer at Leeds, you should receive an invitation to an applicant visit day. These will take place from January onwards and give you a chance to hear from both academic staff and students so that you can find out more about your course and what it’s like to study at Leeds.
Is Leeds university hard to get into?
Oxford and Cambridge are famously difficult to get into, and the lower you go in the uni league tables, the easier it gets – or so you might think….Full list of UK university offer rates.
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What is the acceptance rate for University of Leeds?
77 per cent
The acceptance rate of the University of Leeds is expected to be at 77 per cent. This makes it one of the topmost UK universities with a high acceptance rate. Each year, it admits over 38,000 students, including international aspirants, across all programmes.
Is an applicant day the same as an open day?
Not really, an open day is where the university throws open its doors to anyone looking at any course. An Applicant Day is a lot more tailored to you. You’ll get to know your course a lot more and gain more of an idea of what to expect from living and studying at the university.
What does applicant Day mean?
Applicant Days are subject-specific days which give you the opportunity to discover your chosen course in much more detail. They’re an essential step in your university journey.
How long does it take for Leeds Uni to reply?
Our response time to applications will vary from post to post depending on how many applications we receive. However, in most cases you should be notified of the outcome of your application within two weeks of the closing date.
How long does it take to hear from University of Leeds?
Typically, once an application has been submitted and all necessary documentation has been received, we aim to make decisions within six to eight weeks. However, due to a very high volume of applications it may take longer for your application to be reviewed at this time.
What percentage of students get a first at Leeds University?
The University of Leeds. Institutes awarding firsts to more than 35 per cent of graduating students in 2018-19 included the University of Bradford, the University of Huddersfield and the University of Leeds.
Do you have to attend Offer Holder days?
Do I have to attend Offer Holder Days? No, attendance is not compulsory for offer holder events. However, they are invaluable to the all-important decision of which University should be your firm and insurance choice. If you can attend, it’s strongly advised that you do!
Can you bring parents to offer holder days?
Most universities do welcome parents as well as students at offer-holder days, but they’ll often split the groups for at least part of the day.
How long does Leeds take to respond to applications?
When can I apply for accommodation at Leeds University?
For undergraduates, this means you must have accepted Leeds as your firm offer through UCAS. If you have done this, you can apply for accommodation from 1 November. If Leeds was your insurance choice, but you have now accepted your place to study at Leeds, you can apply for accommodation between 13 August and 31 August.
When are the on-campus open days at Leeds University?
Watch our recorded talks online. We’ll also have on-campus Open Days on Saturday 10 September and Saturday 8 October. Bookings for autumn Open Days will open after the June events. There are lots of ways you can get a feel for our campus and for university life at Leeds online.
How can I prepare for a move to Leeds Beckett?
Visiting Leeds Beckett for one of our campus events is one of the best ways to prepare for such a change. We typically run Open Days in September, October, November and July, and Course Experience Days from February to April.
Is it safe to study at Leeds University?
It is important that you have every opportunity to engage with the whole student experience at Leeds. Our campus facilities such as libraries, sports facilities, the students’ union, cafés and other social spaces will be open with all the appropriate COVID-19 safety measures in place to help keep you safe.