The Access to Leeds scheme is not appropriate for applicants that already hold a Higher Education qualification or those taking an Access to HE or foundation qualification.
If you meet two or more of the eligibility criteria you should
complete an application form, which will be available on 22 September 2014.
If you are applying under the household income requirement and have
not received the 16-19 bursary or free school meals, please also
complete the declaration of household income form, also available in September 2014.
Applying directly to the scheme will enable you to provide more details on their circumstances to support your application.
Access to Leeds applicants that receive a course offer will also receive an Access to Leeds offer
Some applicants will be automatically flagged as eligible for Access to Leeds because the information provided on their UCAS application indicates that they meet the above criteria relating to their school or geographical area.
If an automatically flagged applicant receives a course offer, they
will receive the Access to Leeds offer alongside their standard offer.
Please note: we cannot guarantee that eligible applicants will be automatically flagged so it is important that you submit a direct application if you want to take part in the scheme.
The scheme will reopen on 22 September 2014 for applicants submitting their UCAS applications from September 2014 to January 2015.
For medicine and dentistry students, Access to Leeds applications must be received by 7 November, 2014. For all other courses, applications must be received by 27 February 2015.
Your Access to Leeds application should be submitted as closely as possible to your UCAS application. UCAS deadlines are 15 October 2014 for medicine and dentistry and 15 January 2015 for all other courses.
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