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.
We have a huge range of facilities to support students in their studies including your personal tutor, study skills workshops and student representatives who give a voice to the views of the student body.
Leeds for Life
Leeds for Life supports your personal and academic development, so you have the skills and attributes to help you succeed academically and impress potential employers.
Make the most of your University experience. Our tailored opportunities and support will help you develop the skills and confidence to thrive at Leeds and beyond.
Higher and Degree Apprenticeships
Higher and Degree apprenticeships combine working with studying part-time at the University
School of Medicine
Welcome to the School of Medicine. Here you'll find out all you need to do when you're on campus and on placement, plus how to report attendance.
Your personal tutor
Your personal tutor will play an important role in supporting your academic and personal development both through a planned series of personal tutorial meetings and at other times when you need advice on those aspects of your life at the University.
Recordings of teaching sessions
Many teaching sessions are recorded and the recordings are made available for later viewing in Minerva.
Leeds University Library is one of the major academic research libraries of the UK, attracting students and scholars from around the world to its rich and extensive collections.
Outside of your school or faculty, there are facilities across the University to help you develop your study skills or improve any spoken languages.
Where to go to for support
During your studies, you might need help or support with general issues, such as IT, submitting assignments or general academic guidance.
We take a partnership approach to student representation and there are several ways in which you can make your voice heard during your time at Leeds.
Students can book a room for an event either through the Leeds University Union or their school depending on the purpose of the event.
The RNIB Transcription Service Leeds works with the University to provide transcription of academic material - print and inaccessible electronic source files - into large print, electronic text, braille, digital audio and tactile diagrams.