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Apply to study at the International Study Centre
You can apply to study at the Leeds International Study Centre using our online form. The form is easy to use, and we’ll help you through every step of the application process.
Work through each section of the form and click on hints for any sections you need help with. You do not need to complete all sections of the application form at once - you can save it and come back to it later. You can upload your supporting documents as part of your online application.
A student enrolment adviser will get in touch once we receive your email to advise you on next steps. They will request any supporting documents still outstanding and help you pay your deposit.
If you are applying through a local agent, please contact them for an application form.
Once we have received your application, our student enrolment advisors will contact you to request supporting documents. They will advise you on how to send them securely.
When you confirm an unconditional offer at the University of Leeds, the next step for most students is to apply for a visa. Depending on the course you are applying for, and your country of residence, there are different visas you can apply for. Take the UK visas questionnaire to find out the type of visa you need.
When applying to one of our International Study Centre courses, it is important to think about whether the course you have chosen is appropriate and realistic for you. You must consider whether you meet the entry requirements and are able to provide the fees necessary for your intended course.
Contact us by completing our online enquiry form and we'll answer any your questions you have.
Our online application is straightforward and will guide you through the process to starting your journey to starting your study abroad experience.
You can choose to study your programme on campus or virtually from home. Discover your study options here at the International Study Centre and read our advice for new students.