Undergraduate Open Days 2024

Friday 14 and Saturday 15 June

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Number 2 in the UK

Childhood and Youth Studies at Leeds is ranked 2nd in the UK, according to the Complete University Guide League Tables 2024

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Link to Leeds gives international students the opportunity to talk directly to some of our current international students

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School of Education - Undergraduate

Undergraduate degrees

Whether you want to become a teacher, provide support for vulnerable children and their families, or shape policy and practice around education, childhood and youth — your time as an undergraduate student in the School of Education will provide the knowledge, skills and experience that you need to succeed in today's competitive career environment. 

Enhance your experience

Choosing your degree is just the start. At Leeds there are many opportunities to enhance your student experience with a range of societies, sports, work experience and volunteering programmes to choose from.


Clubs and societies

Available at Leeds University Union

Study abroad

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Work placements

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Your time at Leeds

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Studying with us

As a student in the School of Education, you’ll be part of a thriving learning community taught by academic experts and will have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities.


in the UK for childhood and youth studies

The Complete University Guide, 2024

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Lisa Fielding
Student | BA (Hons) Childhood Studies
“The support offered by the School of Education is brilliant. As the school is quite small, everyone gets to know each other and there is a real feeling that all of the staff are invested in your wellbeing.”