Next steps after confirming your place

If you know your exam results, find out what’s next after you have a place at Leeds confirmed. 

Congratulations – you’re coming to Leeds! 

If you have met the requirements of your offer from us and we are your firm choice, you will receive a confirmation email within days of receiving your results. Well done – we’re really looking forward to welcoming you and helping you to settle into University life.  

Welcome guide

Practical information and advice to help you prepare for joining us at Leeds.

What’s next? 

If you’re joining us this September, you’ll receive all the information you need to help to plan what to do next by email from late August. 

If you have deferred your place and are planning to study with us next year, we’ll be in touch with you the August before you start your studies.  

We’ll give you information about:  

  • Registration – how and when to register as a student and what documents you’ll need to do this 
  • Welcome and induction activities 
  • Accommodation 

If you’re an international student planning to come to Leeds on a Student visa, we will contact you with your CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies), so you don’t need to take any action to request this. This might not be immediate but you’ll have it in time for your studies.  


Confirmation of which residence you have been allocated to depends on when you apply. Find out more on our accommodation website.  

If you’re planning to commute to the University, make sure you join the Leeds University Union Commuters’ Society.   

Things you can do now 

Before you receive your welcome information there are things you can do now to help you prepare. 

Tuition fees 

If you’re from the UK, you might be eligible for a student loan from the government to cover the cost of your tuition fees. You should apply now, if you haven’t already. Check your eligibility and find out more about tuition fee loans on the government website

Consider how you will pay your tuition fees if you’re self-funding. Your welcome information will tell you how to pay your tuition fees.

All fee payments are electronic, so you don’t need to bring large sums of cash into the UK if you’re coming from overseas. 

Beware of fraudulent payment requests. If you’re not sure if a communication from the University is genuine, contact us at to check.  

Documents to prepare  

To help with your arrival and registration, ensure you have easy access to your passport (or national identity card if you’re from the EEA). This should include your visa/immigration permission if relevant. If you’re from the UK and you do not have a passport, you’ll need to bring a completed copy of our identity verification form.

Bring your original exam certificates if you sat your exams outside the UK or before this year. You may need these to register.