Choosing where to study is a big decision, which is why we encourage you to come and visit the campus to help you decide if the University of Leeds is right for you.
If you are holding an offer you can arrange a visit through your chosen faculty or school.
Campus tours are aimed at those who have not yet submitted their UCAS application, and are a good way to get a feel for the campus and to meet some current students.
Campus tours include:
A student-led walking tour of the campus featuring the major facilities:
Campus tours do not include visits to individual departments; if you wish to visit an academic department you should contact them directly beforehand to see if it is possible to look around. Faculty and School contact details are listed online
Please note that departments are not always able to accommodate visitors due to academic commitments.
We offer tours most Wednesdays throughout the year, with more frequent tours available during peak times. Booking opens four weeks prior to each tour, so please return nearer the time if you do not see a suitable tour.
Our next undergraduate pre-application open days will be in June 2013. More information is available at www.leeds.ac.uk/opendays
If you're unable to make a guided campus tour or you would rather explore the campus on your own, you can arrange an independent visit. You can visit at any time - but remember that University buildings are not normally open at weekends and if there is a particular academic department you'd like to see you should contact the department directly beforehand to avoid disappointment.
If you are interested in arranging for a school group to visit the University, please visit our teachers and advisors site
If you live outside the EU we can make special arrangements for your visit.
Please contact the International Office for further information.
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