The Plus Programme aims to support the brightest and best students regardless of background and help them to succeed at university.
The Plus Programme team are part of Educational Engagement and work with support services across the University 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. You can also find out how to get in touch with us.
Plus programme events
The Plus Programme runs several bespoke events for the students enrolled on the Programme. Find them all here in addition to some other relevant University events.
The Opportunities Fund helps students who would otherwise be unable, for financial reasons, to access extracurricular professional development opportunities offered by the University or external organisations.
Has your relationship with your family completely broken down? Do you have no communication or functioning relationship with either of your biological parents, and no physical or financial support from them? Has this situation been the case for a significant period of time, and is it expected to be irreconcilable?
Here are some selected student voice articles, providing advice and top tips about important issues at university, written by current and former Plus Programme students.
If you are a care leaver or care experienced we understand that you may have different concerns to other students.
PLUS PROGRAMME ALUMNI: EVENTS AND INSIGHT
University of Leeds Alumni offer fantastic support and opportunities to Plus Programme students. From delivering inspirational talks on campus to offering company insights, they are a fantastic asset to be able to call upon.
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.
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
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.
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.
Whatever your disability, we can provide general and condition-specific support to meet your needs while you’re a student at Leeds.