From arrival and registration through to graduation and everything in between, there's lots to find out about while you're studying with us.
To make your journey through the University as smooth as possible, there are resources and information to help you and support you through every step.
Welcome to Leeds! Find out where to start and what to do to help you feel settled and ready to start a new and exciting chapter of your life.
Whether you’re a new or returning student you will need to complete student registration at the start of each academic year. To help you with this, we’ve provided details of what you’ll need and the registration process.
Find out about the different types of modules and how to select the modules that will make up your programme of study.
We understand that things can change along the way so if you're making changes in your life or to your programme, we have processes in place to help you keep us updated.
Find out about your Higher Education Academic Record, transcripts and council tax exemption forms.
Academic Dates and Deadlines
From term times and exam dates to graduation, here are the key dates to note in your diary for the academic year.
All of our students have their own personal timetable which can be accessed through the Portal or our UniLeeds app.
Attendance and Absences
To get the most out of your studies you'll need to attend all your classes and activities, but we understand that occasionally this may not be possible.
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.
Cheating and Plagiarism
If it is found that you have cheated or plagiarised then there are a number of penalties that can be imposed against you, including permanent exclusion from the University.
Examinations and Assessment
It's important to understand the examinations and assessments process at the University, from finding out the times and locations of your exams, through to accessing your results.
From starting your research, to the monitoring of your studies and the assessment processes, our postgraduate researchers often have unique requirements.
Graduation is a proud day for you, your family and your friends, and a chance to celebrate all that you have achieved throughout your university career.