Information for new Leeds International Study Centre students
Our aim is to get you to where you want to be, studying at the University of Leeds in September 2023.
Studying with us in 2022/23 is about putting your education first. It is your time to learn, to develop and to be ready for the world. By starting your university education now, you can look forward to achieving your graduation dreams and starting an exciting graduate-level job in just a few short years. Whether your goal is to start your own business, research medical developments, work for an NGO or something in between, this is your future.
Whether travelling to the UK or studying online, we will support you at each step, and look forward to you studying with us. We remain committed to getting you where you want to be – progressing to study your degree at University of Leeds in September 2022.
You will receive quality teaching, expert support and be fully integrated into our student community from day one. As an OfS registered provider, all students studying with us will experience the highest level of teaching and student support.
We look forward to welcoming you on campus for the start of your studies. Find out all you need to know about joining us on campus below.
When you join us in the centre, you can expect:
Please note, study options, blended learning and health and safety measures are subject to ongoing review and government guidance, and should anything change, and you have an offer or confirmed place with us it will be communicated to you.
Find out about studying your programme at the centre, what to expect from blended learning and tips for preparing to travel.Welcome to the centre
You may be unsure about travelling right now and choose to start your programme online from home and join us on campus by 30 June 2022, or start and finish your programme online from home.
If you wish to complete your studies online, you must inform a student support team member (who will be in contact with you directly) of your intention to complete your programme online, otherwise you will be expected to arrive in the UK by 30 June 2022 to continue your programme.
Students whose programme finishes after 30th June 2022, must still apply to study online all year. If they do not apply, or do apply and are unsuccessful, they must arrive in the UK by 30 June 2022.
Details of this process and guidance can be found here.
Studying online, you can expect:
You can find out more about studying online from home and completing your programme entirely online by going to our online learning FAQs here.
*This excludes International Year One Biological Sciences and is subject to continued approval by the UK Visas and Immigration service, or circumstances that are subject to approval under our specific academic regulations. International Year One Biological Sciences students should join us on campus for the start of their course.
**Important condition of eligibility for completing studies online:
Where we are offering the opportunity to existing students to complete their studies online, to be eligible to apply, students must have undertaken a minimum of two weeks’ study on their Study Group course (whether on-campus or online) and be deemed to be engaging in their studies at an acceptable level.
If you are unable to join us at the centre for the start of your programme, you can start online and join us in the UK at a later date, or study your whole programme online from home*.Study virtually
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