As COVID-19 restrictions ease, we’re looking forward to being able to welcome visitors to campus. At the moment, certain activities are taking place online.
Undergraduate Virtual Open Days
One of the best ways to explore your undergraduate study options is at the University’s undergraduate Virtual Open Days.
You will have the opportunity to ask our academic and admissions team any questions in a live Q&A, virtually explore the campus and find out more about the School of Law.
Our next undergraduate Virtual Open Days will be taking place online between 2 – 9 October 2021.
Contact a student through Link to Leeds
Find out more about other international students’ experiences by speaking with one of our Link to Leeds Ambassadors.
Link to Leeds gives you an opportunity to talk directly to some of our current international students, who can answer your questions through email, instant messaging, live chat and social media.
Taking a campus tour is a great way to experience campus.
We're pleased that we can once again offer student-led tours of our beautiful campus.
Campus tours last approximately one hour and follow the latest government guidance on safety and social distancing. Tours take place entirely outside with no entry inside buildings. Find out more and book a campus tour.
If you're an international offer holder and would like a bespoke campus tour led by an international student, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are not able to attend a tour you can:
- Take 360 virtual tour of our impressive single-site campus.
- Watch a short student tour.
- View an international student experience of our campus and the city.
- Take a virtual tour of our student residences on our accommodation website.
Offer holder days
We understand how important your choice of university is and we want you to have all the information you need to help you make the right decision.
In addition to the university open days which anyone can attend, we also invite our offer holders to subject-specific events.
Offer holder days give you the chance to find out more about your course, hear from current studetnts and academic staff as well as learning about the support and opportunities available during your degree. You can also discuss your career plans, and check that your course is right for you before submitting your final choices to UCAS.
The ongoing situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic means that much of our international activity is currently virtual.
Usually, our staff regularly travel overseas to meet with international students interested in studying within the United Kingdom. Visits include attending education exhibitions and fairs, or conducting interviews at our overseas representatives’ offices.
Whether virtual or in-person, we'll be able to give you advice on all aspects of studying with us; from choosing the right course for your future career to guidance on how to apply.