We welcome students from over 145 countries to Leeds each year, making the University of Leeds truly multicultural. Of our 33,000 students we currently have 141 from Japan.
We regularly travel overseas to meet prospective students, so find out when we are next in your country and come and have a chat with us.
Hiromi Namai is studying MA Applied Translation Studies.
"The facilities at Leeds are marvellous. Computer facilities are everywhere on campus. It's so convenient and the library is open late at night.
I really like studying at Leeds. Not only the academic part such as teaching, but also the student support you get is so well organised. I am so satisfied with my decision to come and study at Leeds."
Our Japan office in Tokyo advises students on our exciting range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
University of Leeds, Japan Office
(British Education Office)
5th Floor Davinchi Shinjuku Bldg
4-3-17 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku,
When you enrol at the University you automatically become a member of Leeds University Union (LUU), one of the biggest and best Students' Unions in the country. LUU provides both a social focus and support service for you, helping to ensure that you have the best possible student experience.
There are over 300 student-run clubs and societies that you can get involved in at the Union, representing different nationalities and cultural interests. Whatever you're into - whether it's performing arts, sports, or music - you're sure to find a club for you.
We offer a wide range of scholarships for international students, from partial fee awards to full scholarships covering fees, maintenance grants and other allowances. If you are thinking about doing a taught or research postgraduate degree you can search our postgraduate scholarships online
If you are an undergraduate student please visit our faculties page and find undergraduate scholarships in the school you are applying to.