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Applying to Leeds Trinity University
- Entry Requirements:
160-175 UCAS Points
Average range for Leeds Trinity University entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
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Leeds Trinity University Reputation
Leeds Trinity University is located in North England, West Yorkshire. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 3,625 students are enrolled at Leeds Trinity University:
- 3,575 of these students come from the UK
- 35 come from other EU countries
- And 15 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2016/17)
The graduate outcomes for Leeds Trinity University show that six months after leaving university, 96% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving Leeds Trinity University, is £17,300 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Read Leeds Trinity University Reviews
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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!
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.
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.