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I love it there. The faculty is lovely and the career prospects are some of the best in the country.
Good university, still studying here would reccomend
Absolutely amazing staff, really go out of their way to help students succeed :)
As someone who had to engage with student support and relevant groups many times, I have been met with overwhelming support to make my time at Leeds Trinity University a very pleasant
Good support from university when needing help.
LTU is a lovely little university that isn’t to overwhelming with a lot of facilities accessible and responsive lectures
I think Leeds Trinity University was the perfect pick for me as I really enjoy the small community feel I get due to Leeds Trinity having a smaller campus.
The campus has supportive staff and a good wellbeing team etc. However, there are hardly SU activities, opportunities to meet people and social life. The accommodation is rubbish on campus.
Great University, really pretty campus and very friendly and helpful staff!
Lovely destination close to lots of shops and facilities
I have found Leeds Trinity University to be incredibly helpful - amazing societies and I have gained excellent skills to put on my CV
Whenever I have had problems, the University have always been incredibly supportive and for that I am so glad to be apart of such a great Uni!
Second year at this university, the campus itself and the facilities are amazing, I love the campus and feel like its such a nice place to be at. However the university is so small so making friends outside the course has been the hardest. Although everyone is so nice and friendly there is hardly any socialising opportunities especially when living off campus, there definitely needs to be more events hosted and a lot more things to get involved in. I feel that this is one of the universities biggest downsides. Another downside is a certain 'lazy lecturer' who does not know how to teach. Instead anything taught is given through homework (so we can find it out ourselves) or it is read off a book or a website, after several complaints she still hasn't been sacked which is a shame as she doesn't know how to teach. The university really should take complaints of lecturers more seriously, especially when they have got complaints over and over about the same person.
I graduated from Leeds Trinity last year and it was honestly one of the worst experiences I’ve ever had to deal with. I did a Secondary Education, PE and Sport degree and the PE/sport side was appalling. There was no relevancy to things you would do in secondary education PE and you would most likely be laughed at if you tried to do them. We spent 2 hours doing underarm throws with a tennis ball, something that you’d do in key stage 1. We weren’t taught how to teach a skill, the lecturers either assumed we already knew how or didn’t bother telling us and then expected us to teach other people. The marking of essays was all over the place/feedback was contradictory. Most lecturers just read off the PowerPoint for 3/4 hours which was really tedious. I lived at home and it took me 2 hours to get to uni and if a lecture started at 9, I would be early, yet most lecturers waited till everyone arrived which was often 9.20-9.30 and they lived on campus. No help/prep for PGCE interviews.
Amazing university, with social spaces and jobs at the university for students
Brilliant university with a very supportive group of staff throughout each department who offer tones of help and advise no matter of the situation.
Leeds Trinity is a campus uni, but regardless of whether you live on or off you still feel like home!! The facilities are amazing and there are clubs/societies for wveryone.
Lecturer supposed to be supervising final year project went on holiday two weeks before deadline and only came back day of by which time feedback was to late to be given which in my case would have ment the difference between a 2:2 and a 2:1to my degree overall. At this point I've had more use out of the free hoodies than the degree itself. Not spoken to any fellow students or lectures since leaving and only contact from uni was harassment by the alumni association. Halls of residence were outdated and subpar in some cases. Public transport to and from uni sporty and unreliable at best and car parking was extortionately high with ruthless traffic wardens. All in all I feel I wasted my 3 years there and wish I chose a different course and uni.
Such a great Uni! BETTER THAN BECKET
Amazing uni love it here the staff are amazing the awful thing is the parking they have no help for you on that front it's like having to pay to park on your own drive I have to wake up at 730 to move my car each morning and then go back to pick it up
Wifi is likely poor due to location and availability
Nice Uni with lovely people, only fault is it’s based in a quiet area, being a city girl it’s really boring to live in Hosforth.
Societies only really for people into sport. Campus needs an update. Never anything really on at the SU. Careers service say placement is a requirement of module yet don’t have any placements in Leeds for the law degree. University is in the middle of nowhere. Overall not a lot to do unless you play sport. Gym is small. Hard to make friends.
Incredible facilities and staff are amazing. The Students Union is always on hand if you need anything and can help you as much as possible if you need support or want to know more about clubs and societies. The lectures are really great at helping you if you need support, meeting you outside of lectures if necessarry and making sure all work and assignments are understood. However, the placement office and trying to get placement information about where you will be going is ridiculous! it is so hard to know when and where you are going and they end up calling you up the night before to tell you. When you ask for information they do not give a straight answer- something that definitely needs improving.
Leeds trinity university is a good small uni but I find it very unorganised with placements. I also find that the student Union is always quiet and there’s not much going on. So often stay in my accom majority of the time.
I was a first time university student and was very nervous about starting but being at Leeds Trinity University has really helped me ease my anxiety
Nice little campus located at an awkward location in Horsforth. The university itself is very equipped with media resources as that is my field of study. All in all the university is small which has the natural pros and cons that you could imagine.
Currently study photography. They are constantly encouraging us to be more creative. The facilities are all new and top spec! They have a great support for anyone wanting to start their own business including providing advice and grants!
Lovely small community on campus, can be abit quiet at times, also wish there was things closer to the uni like shops
I moved to trinity from a large university near by, I felt accepted understood and supported the whole way. When you reach out to tutors at trinity they actually care and go the extra mile.
Leeds Trinity University is a gorgeous uni that has excellent support facilities as well as amazing academic prowess.
Amazing best place I dont know what else to say.
I'm 2 months into my degree and love it here. The lecturers are brill, especially those who teach Social Science. The campus is great, lots of good places to study as well as hang out with friends.
When joining this uni there was a promise that individuals would be looked after more than expected because the uni was so small, however I tried multiple times to get help when experiencing major depression and self harm for the first time (I made the uni aware of this) and received barely any support, I was luckily fine in the end but I would hate to think that this might happen to others in the same position, I’m aware you have support for mental well-being but I believe they should be taking it a lot more seriously when individuals approach them or are even showing warning signs. Thanks very much
The only bad thing is the price of washing
Such an amazing atmosphere, so many things to do on campus and around surrounding areas. Student life is amazing and everything is so chill.
Alright, not the best but does the job
Leeds trinity was always my first choice, excellent university
I pay the most rent but still got a smaller kitchen and appliances than other accommodations
Good uni just wish there was more opportunities for off campus student
You feel more like a name and less like a number, with caring staff and a cosy campus
This is a great university to go to, all the lecturers are very helpful and understanding if you don’t get something. There are great facilities onsite too so there are plenty of clubs/societies to join where you can meet new people in the process
Very good overall, great facilities for people who travel in
Im studying there and I like it so far. The lectures are amazing and people are friendly. Easy to find financial help and study help.
Really good facilities and supportive tutors.
Great experience, small but like a family.
Absolutley loved it. Small university, everyone is close. You are not just a number and there is so much support provided.
I love my Uni! This is the great place!
Absolute waste of 3 years of my time. If you’re not in a sport society or religious society you don’t matter. After graduating the careers were pointless and patronising. My department (psychology) was horribly ran ... when the lecturers showed up.
Amazing university campus has a family feel
Good small university with friendly and helpful staff. Library facilities are great and near to city of Leeds for nightlife and shopping.
Fantastic university, passionate helpful lecturers and a community that feels like a home where students are known by name and face and not just a number on a paper
Everything you can expect from a small university. If you’re looking for the social / party life from uni, this probably isn’t the place for you.
Really good university and I have enjoyed my first year, now time for the second.
I liked Leeds trinity, the lecturers on my course were helpful and always happy to help, but overall the uni needs to ask students what the money needs to be spent on, building a whole new halls but for not even half.of it being filled??
I love LTU it’s an incredible university that provides so many opportunities and I would recommend it to everyone looking to study and have a good university experience.
My experience so far at Leeds trinity has been completely jaw dropping. Every lecturer at the university takes pride in their work and students. The disability team, careers team and even the Starbucks workers all genuinely care about each student. Class sizes aren’t so huge that you can barely see the front - instead you can have debates and actually get to know your peers. Having had the “big uni” experience I would recommend trinity to EVERYONE thinking about going. This university and all its staff care about students way more than money and reputation. I Previously went to a big university in the main city. I was over looked as a disabled student, lecturers regularly came 20-30 mins late and cancelled 5 mins before class started. None knew our names and the teaching was GCSE level. I left after being criticised for my medication strength. Choosing Leeds trinity is the best decision I ever made not to mention - the breakfast burritos are the best thing you will ever eat.
Overall pleasent experience! If you struggle with mental health this may not be the uni for you! My tutors have been amazing but they cannot help you when it comes to the board, I took time off and missed assignments to losing 2 friends over a 6 month period. The process to gain a leave of absence and return in the autumn has been strenuous and beyond stressful and I still don’t know if I’ll be able to continue
great campus, lovely staff, close and personal
Staff there are amazing, one big family, always find help, fabulous community
I had the greatest time at Leeds Trinity! I made the best decision of my life going here. Felt like a home and family!
I had the most memorable experience the last three years at Leeds Trinity. I met some amazing people and had the most supportive tutors especially my Development Tutor who was always quick to reply to my emails.
Great uni, very supportive staff, student union needs some life sucked into it though
It's been so far the best choice I've ever made in my life. This is quite small university, and it gives you opportunity to learn in smaller groups. I have never had a problem with meeting my lecturers if needed help, they knew me by name rather than being just one of thousands students. Employment services are great as well, and you get access to their help for 3 years after graduation - in fact thanks to them I secured my dream job within 2 months after graduation. If only there was more options, I'd definitely come back for postgraduate studies there!
Generally good, WiFi a bit slow and few clubs or societies to join. Great careers support and everything is fine n your doorstep if you live in halls
A small university which allows you to have better support from your tutors and other teams in the uni.
Had a good experience at trinity. Student support was fantastic.
Absolutely loved being a part of this university for my undergraduate degree, and can’t wait to return to do my postgrad as well! The Psychology department are extremely professional and the best part was having a tutor who really helped and supported my journey. Could not recommend a stronger team of lecturers, as well as the careers staff who do everything to provide the best service and help with the future
The university in general is awful. Little support for students who suffer from mental health issues. Students were told how the university was ran and what things they had in place but the two years I was there it was the complete opposite. Absolute shambles.
I had the best time at Trinity and wouldn’t of changed a thing.
Loved studying at Leeds Trinity, small campus but some amazing memories made, shout out to James Jackson bribg the best psych lecturer
Accommodation was crap , WiFi was crap , too much money for what give you
Best place to be when you require a more one to one approach to learning and this truly is a university that wants to do nothing but help you. All people are kind and all up for a major laugh. I would never change my decision even if I got paid for it.
Brilliant University, Friendly, you get back all the effort you put in. Wonderful people and wonderful campus. Societies are very friendly and easy to join. Students union are so helpful too.
Piss poor uni, lack of support, poor facilities and societies
Small lecture classes so easy to focus- good quick responses from lecturers (emails) friendly peers- cheap drinks at SU close to Leeds city.
Amazing uni great for those who don't want a large uni campus
Have had an amazing experience here for my first year studying Media and Marketing. Getting involved with clubs and societies and taking in a part time role within the students Union have made my experience amazing!
Student Union is Tiny and charges a high price for untilies and food and drinks, and a very poor management team in terms of looking after clubs and societies
Great university for sports and social however unless on a main course it feels you are sometimes left by the roadside in terms of priority
A small university, including small class sizes, great placement opportunities and a personalised teaching experience.
As the uni is small (3000 undergraduates students) you really are a name and not a number. Lecturers are so lovely and helpful with everything, even non-academic matters.
Loved my time at this uni! This survey doesn't do it justice for the community spirit and helpful staff, departments and peers of LTU. Definitely the place to be.
I loved my time at Leeds trinity.
It is a nice small University in a lovely location. However it is far away from the city and whilst living on site it does not offer much for students. Need a better communal area with more things to offer.
Absolutely fab experience! Felt like a real community that you were part of! Lecturers were all so supportive and remembered you as an individual not just one of the crowd. Would definitely recomend as a uni. Small campus so easy to navigate but a lovely place!
Expensive. £5 a day to park when lecturers and visitors get it for free. Canteen is beyond my pricing, would have to take out an mortgage. Societies not well advertised. Have to pay for every trip, including travel and entry fees to museums etc. These trips have an assignment attached to them so you must go. If you’re like myself and receive next to nothing for student loan then you struggle.
Fabulous from beginning to end
Small, modern campus with good views of the surroundings. The staff and students are friendly and welcoming. Wifi is accessible all over campus with a large library that opens 24h during exam and busy semester periods.
Staff in our department are great but they weren’t helped by university administration which seemed determined to end our department
There have been 10+ occurrances of halls on the campus not having power for times varying from a few minutes to sever hours, which includes not having internet or water, this past year.
Studied here for three years, absolutely loved it! I’ve always described it as a hidden diamond in the middle of nowhere! I especially loved the Student’s Union
I absolutely loved the accommodations available on campus, it felt like I really was part of a community. Although I did not partake in any clubs or societies I know a few people who have and have absolutely loved it from day one. Also, the help I received from the placement team was amazing, I met with them a few times and each time I came out with something to do and go forward, they helped me in so many ways when I was very stressed.
The staff are all friendly and approachable. They're are willing to sit and listen to you when you need them most. They can give you help with an assignment or personal issues, even the catering staff are lovely.
Over the three years I spent there, I felt more and more alienated with each passing day. After the initial excitement of coming to university had worn off, I saw things at Trinity for what they were. Our department was hated by the university and they have spent 3 years trying to shut us down. We have lost nearly all of our lecturers either by them being forced out of their jobs or because of sex scandals which the uni attempted to cover up. Had I been in a different department, my experience may have been much different but being Catholic and a part of my department made you a walking target for pretty much everybody. Trinity boasts about being an inclusive university and it is, as long as you are part of a sports team or LGBT. If you are Catholic, the university hates you despite the uni being of a Catholic foundation. I got the impression that the uni is ashamed of its Catholic identity and wants to do everything to hide it, including getting rid of all Catholic symbols.
It’s a lovely little university for those who want to really get involved in their course and meet close friends for life. The university is so caring and supportive I just can’t not say encough. The staff is amazing and so it the teaching.
Some of the lecturers are great and helpful others however aren't as helpful. The careers team are horrendous for placement preparation.
Great uni, lots of things to do and loads it help if needed
The university in terms of its lectures is really good. However, the facilities such as student support and placement office are quite poor. You’re left to last minute to be placed on placement and even then they place you really far away which is very inconvenient and time consuming. I failed my course because of the fact that my placements were too far and I didn’t get home until 10pm and had to wake up at 5:30am. This was after showering and getting my things ready for the next day, plus sorting out planning and marking etc. Student support don’t do follow ups to ask if we’re okay and you have to constantly keep chasing them.
It's alright for a uni. Great employment service, ok lecturers ok campus. Quite small, but I like that. What our su does I don't know!
Awful experience wouldn’t recommend
Campus and facilities are useful for all projects has all the information I need. Clubs and societies are welcoming to all. Students union do there best to ensure a smooth transition through university and offer great social events. Careers service allows you to get a job within an industry with ease. Internet and WiFi is great for the most part everyone and then dropping out.
Great for a small uni but not much to offer in terms of anything else. dfghs dfsgs fdgsfd gdfg sdf gsdfg sdfg
Fun university, lovely campus, the courses and their content is amazing, I can't wait for second year already!
Awesome staff,resources and experiance
A poor experience at university, little coherence between lecturers. Little support provided and poor facilities
The university accommodation is something which needs to be improved. There needs to be areas for non-drinking students.
The university tries to be updated but is still very old fashioned, helping certain students to very good extents and ignoring others.
Good facilities but poor organisation in certain courses
Good university and supportive lecturers. Shame feedback on grades and assignments are kept to a minimal. I’m on the Primary Ed course and feel like you’re supposed to guess what you got right/wrong.
This is a college trying to be a University and failing.
Overall I loved my university. I found it very difficult and struggled quite a lot however that was down to personal issue that I had, however the staff in the university were extremely helpful and willing to go out of their way to help me. I seeked guidance from the University counselor whom helped my greatly during a difficult period in my 2nd year. The facilities were amazing including the Library, having the library open until midnight most days and open 24hours during assessment period really helped. Leeds Trinity University is a great university.
Terrible uni. Ruined my career. Didn’t receive access to vital course material and they are denning it. Will be taking them to court. AVOID
A good university but definitely not the best. Yes teaching staff know your name, but overall the university itself doesn’t care about students. The campus is slowly improving but it’s about 3 years behind what the students actually want and the student Union is shocking, be amazed if you get a reply from them.
Really small but friendly university. As it’s smaller it’s like a little community and everyone knows everyone which i like! Staff are so friendly and both students and staff are always around if you need any support
LTU is an incredible university, couldn’t think of a better place to study
Small, friendly campus close enough to the all the best parts of city life. You get to know so many people and the lecturers get to know you as individuals too! There’s also plenty of opportunities to get involved in societies, clubs and on-campus events. If there’s not something already there for you, then there’s plenty of support to create new groups and get more involved!
The facilities are good however there are often left too long between repairs
Absolutely loved every moment of it
Not the best university at all but could be much worse. The social side of it is good but the academic side isn't as good as it could be.
In our accommodation the electricity and water kept going off and we almost had to go to a different accommodations for a weekend. Also, the ceiling in the common room started to fall down at the end of the year which was a hazard. The lecturers also didn’t help much with my course either. I struggled to pass and needed help but never received any.
Brilliant campus for first year being able to live on site makes it much easier to settle in and get to know people. Gym facilities on site are also good. Careers office is always there for anyone seeking advice.
This university is so friendly and everyone is willing to help. Living in campus in first year was the best experience yet. Fully recommend this uni.
It’s by far the best university in the country
Says it all that I sat an anatomy and physiology exam having no lectures on the subject, despite only being in university for 4 hours a week. currently sat trying to complete an assignment having not been given any guidance on how to complete. A tragic waste of money and time.
Student bar is the only thing we have really, would be nice if we had a bigger student union with a big social space in, along with the Starbucks inside there and a small supermarket maybe? So we didn't have to go all the way to morrissons or Tesco.
Campus is very nice, library has up date equipment and study rooms for assignments.
Great university, small & good for learning, however not much to do whilst living on campus, can get boring m
It really is true... A Leeds Trinity University you are a name not just a number.