Leeds&You Events

Come along to our Leeds & You events and activities to meet new people in a relaxed and informal setting. Our student-led events are designed to help you meet other students and postgraduate researchers, while taking part in activities on and off campus, making the most of everything the city of Leeds has to offer.

Join our events on your own or bring your friends along; our student ambassadors will be there to support you and make sure that you feel welcome. The majority of our events are free. All we ask you is that you read, understand and follow the Covid guidance at the bottom of this page. 

Scroll down for an up-to-date list of events and to reserve your place. If activities are fully booked, check back – more places often become available. 

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Check this page regularly for updates on events hosted as part of Leeds&You. 

Don’t forget to check our Things to do in and around Leeds Guide for inspiration. To find out what’s happening across the city and beyond make sure you check the Visit Leeds website.

Campus and City Tours

Whether you are new to Leeds or are a current student why not book on to a campus or city tour? The tours will be hosted by our friendly student ambassadors and will give you the opportunity to meet other students while exploring our beautiful campus and/or the city of Leeds.

If you would like to take part in a tour please complete our Campus and City Tours form and we will be in touch to let you know our tour dates.

COVID Guidance

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, or other highly infectious diseases, and are feeling very unwell, you should avoid coming onto campus for optional activities and should speak to your academic school if you have concerns about core activities and your illness. Students, staff and visitors are no longer be encouraged or expected to wear face coverings on campus. We recognise that individuals may still choose to wear a face covering, just as many of our community did even before the pandemic, and this is respected by all members of our community. Check the Government general COVID-19 safety guidance  for more information.