The following tips aim to suggest ways in which you can support your son or daughter, from researching universities right through to preparing for life at Leeds.
Help with the research
There are thousands of courses available at hundreds of universities and colleges. If your son or daughter wants to apply to Leeds, encourage them to do plenty of research, starting as early as possible, to familiarise themselves with our Coursefinder, entry requirements and the application process. Our list of key application dates will help them make sure they are keeping to deadlines.
They could also get a taster of studying at Leeds with our free online courses, which are offered in a range of subjects. The courses can help your son or daughter choose the right degree and provide some subject experience to help boost university applications.
Find out about funding
Approximately one in three students starting an undergraduate course at the University will be eligible for financial help from us. Visit our funding pages to see if your son or daughter qualifies for assistance.
Discover Leeds from your home
Nothing beats visiting the campus in person, but until that's once again possible, you can find out more about what Leeds has to offer by attending one of our Virtual Open Days.
Preparing for university
With your son or daughters place now confirmed at Leeds, you may be wondering where to begin with preparations before they arrive.
To ensure they have covered all the essentials, download our Your Arrival guide (PDF) which provides a comprehensive checklist for enrolment, induction, moving into accommodation and registering with a doctor along with useful contact details.
Expect some nerves
Starting university will be a hugely exciting time for both you and your son or daughter. Inevitably it will involve a period of significant adjustment as it may be their first time living away from home. From arrival and registration through to graduation, we offer a wide range of services to support your son or daughter's journey with us. They will also have access to health and wellbeing support throughout their studies.
You can also be find useful information on the UCAS website including important dates and advice on student finance.If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.