The University is developing a comprehensive range of co-curricular opportunities which will enable you to develop your leadership skills in a range of contexts to match your interests and ambitions.
Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship (Laidlaw Scholarships)
There are 25 annual Laidlaw Scholarships that provide funding to enable you to develop leadership and research skills through a range of personal development activities and two six week periods of project work throughout your time at Leeds.
As a student at Leeds, you have an opportunity to apply be mentored by professionals who have volunteered their time to support you, either as part of a specific mentoring programme in your School or via the Mentoring Hub in the Careers Centre.
Leeds to New York 2016
In June 2016, in collaboration with our alumni and a leadership development organisation, Common Purpose, we delivered an exciting and innovative opportunity for our students - The Leeds to New York Student Leadership Programme.
Leeds to New York Student Leadership programme 2017
15 undergraduate students were successful applicants to the Leeds to New York programme - spending time working and learning alongside our alumni, academics and leadership development organisation, Common Purpose in our exciting and innovative Leeds to New York Leadership programme delivered in June 2017.