Leeds University Business School
Welcome to the Leeds University Business School. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about starting or returning to your studies.
Make sure you read the ‘all students’ info first – this covers things like tasks you need to complete before the start of term, safety procedures on your course and where to go for more information or support.
Then scroll to the section that applies to you – new student or returning student. We’ve also included some helpful links at the bottom to direct you to anything else you might need.
If you’re a postgraduate researcher, find your faculty welcome and induction information to help you get started.
How will I have my say on my programme and school?
You will have a course representative as well as a school representative who you can provide feedback to at any point during the year.
What is the role of course representatives and how do I volunteer?
Course Representatives provide feedback from students on their course to academic and professional staff members. This is a vital role that helps us provide an excellent student experience and student-led change.
Find out more and how to apply at students.business.leeds.ac.uk/student-community/student-representatives
Are there any societies I can join for the school/programme?
Yes - all societies associated with the Business School are listed on the Taught Student Guide here: Business School Societies.
Are there any peer mentoring schemes operating in my school?
We run PASS at the Business School which stands for Peer Assisted Study Scheme. This is facilitated by higher level students and aims to provide new first year students with a fun, friendly, focused environment where they can enhance their learning. This will appear on your timetable as an online session and will occur fortnightly. There is more information on this in our SES information and the relevant section to access is ‘PASS - Peer Assisted Study Scheme’
How will I be able to provide feedback on the delivery of my modules?
Your module leader will provide a module feedback form towards the end of each module and you can contact your course representative to give feedback at any point throughout the year.
How does assessment work on my programme and what support is provided with academic skills?
You can see a breakdown of the assessment methods of each of your modules on our module and programme catalogue. There is a section on Skills@library in the ‘Your Welcome’ resource as well as some LUBS specific guidance on our pages.
Where can I go for support?
Visit our student support pages on our Taught Student Guide to find out more about what we provide and how to get in touch
I’m a new student
What do I need to do before I arrive?
Make sure you read your Welcome Guide and complete all the tasks outlined.
What does my induction timetable look like?
You will be sent a link to your induction timetable in advance. All timetables can be found on the Business School Welcome and Induction pages. You will not be required to come on to campus for any induction sessions, but the timetable will have any live online sessions listed.
Will I be required to attend face to face sessions?
No – all induction sessions will take place online.
How will I find out more about my programme?
You will have an introduction to your programme session with your programme director during induction. You can find out when this is on the Business School Welcome and Induction pages.
What welcome activities do you have planned to welcome me to Leeds University Business School?
Your welcome activities will be listed on your induction timetable which can be found on the Business School Welcome and Induction pages. There will also be lots of useful online resources for you to access throughout the induction period and beyond.
I’m a returning student
How will my programme be delivered this year?
Your programme will be delivered both online and on campus where it is safe to do so, and in line with Government guidance. Your timetable will include information on which sessions are online and which will be in person.