The Plus Programme team are part of Educational Engagement and work with the Scholarships Team, Access to Leeds, Realising Opportunities and Student Talent Spotting, to continue the support you may have already received from us before you started at Leeds.
On this page you can find some of the support and opportunities that are available to students at Leeds.
About the plus programme
Learn more about how the Plus Programme can help you to succeed at University.
Plus Programme Contacts
Meet the Plus Programme team who are here to support you throughout your time at University.
Year In Industry
A Year in Industry gives you the opportunity to try out possible career paths, enhance your CV and develop a range of skills and experience.
The Careers Centre is here to help you make decisions and plan the next steps towards a bright future. Providing you with expert information, advice and guidance as well as employer events, fairs and vacancies.
The University of Leeds has a dedicated volunteering team to help you access quality volunteering opportunities during your time in Leeds.
Support with your studies
To make sure you get the most out of your time with us, there is a network of people and facilities available to support you with advice and information.
Leeds University Union
LUU can provide students with a range of activities, societies, events, clubs, bars, restuarants, cafes, shops, job opportunities and services to make the most of their time at university.
Whatever your disability, we can provide general and condition-specific support to meet your needs while you’re a student at Leeds.
It takes courage to face up to your difficulties and ask someone else for help. To help you get the most from your time here, the Student Counselling Centre offers a number of free services throughout the year.
Paying fees and arranging your funding are an essential part of academic life. We explain the dates, deadlines and processes that you need
We're committed to helping more care leavers and estranged students succeed at University. We understand that as a student who has experienced time in care you may have different concerns to other students.
Student Advice Centre
The Student Advice Centre is based in the Student Union and is available to answer any of your questions from academic to issues with accommodation. Please contact them if you require any additional support you while you are at University.
Skills@Library offers students a wide range of free academic support services including one to one academic support, maths support as well as online help materials.