Learn in a stimulating environment
Once you progress to your degree at the University of Leeds, you'll have access to a range of modern buildings and facilities. As one of the world's leading research-intensive universities, you will benefit from new laboratories and one of the largest and most impressive libraries in the UK.
Research is at the heart of learning at Leeds, so as a student here you’ll find out about groundbreaking discoveries as they are happening – sometimes even before they’ve been published. The University is committed to tackling global climate, energy, health and engineering challenges.
The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 saw Leeds ranked in 10th place for research power, a measure of the number of people producing the highest quality research.
Four libraries on campus provide 4,000 study spaces where you can work on your own, or in a group, 2.8 million printed books, 500,000 online books and 35,000 print and online journals.
The University of Leeds has some of the best computing resources in the country, according to the Guardian University Guide, 2016. As an undergraduate student here you will have full access to IT services, including over 1,800 computers across the campus – some of which are available 24/7, so that you can study when it suits you. If you would rather use your own laptop, most areas on campus offer free, high-speed Wi-Fi.
Open to all students, the Language Centre provides access to learning materials in over 40 languages. The Centre also provides English language and study skills support.