We’re excited to welcome you to Leeds. This page will provide you with information that you need to help you prepare and settle in.
We’re excited to welcome you back to the University. This page will provide you with key information to help you prepare for your return.
Moving to Leeds
Whether you’re a new or returning student, help and support with your accommodation is available.
Transition to Leeds
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Leeds and into your programme in January 2021. To prepare you for your time with us, we’ve created Transition to Leeds.
Asking for help
If you've got a question or problem, please ask for help as soon as you need it because there’s lots of support available and people to contact for advice.
Welcome to your global community of students and staff. This international orientation will guide you through information you’ll need as you begin your journey as an international student at Leeds.
Preparing for study
Whether you’re a new or returning student or postgraduate researcher, are joining us on campus or remotely, find guidance on how to prepare for your studies.
Your school induction
This page is currently being updated. If you are starting with us in January 2021 please check back here from the 14th December when all the school welcome and induction information will be up to date. Whilst we prepare the school induction material for you, please head over to the Transition to Leeds organisation to engage with our institutional resource especially created for you!
Feeling at home in Leeds
Life in a new social, cultural and academic environment is exciting but can feel challenging. Whether you've recently arrived in Leeds or you've been here for some time, there's lots of support to help you feel at home.
Where to buy food, clothes and equipment
Find food from all over the world in Leeds; buy things for your accommodation; order deliveries of food and essential shopping; and get a sim card or phone if you're new to the UK.
Local transport and finding your way around
Leeds is a compact city and it's relatively easy to find your way around, whether you're on foot, cycling or on a bus.
Accessible facilities on campus
The University has many accessible facilities available across campus for disabled students including adapted accommodation, medical support, and The Edge.