your guide to applying to university

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everything you need to know

There are lots of exciting things to think about when applying to university. You’ll have flicked through prospectuses, searched through university websites and given it plenty of thought. If you're wondering what to do next we've put together an essential guide with all of the information and advice you'll need to take the next steps for your future.

get to know leeds beckett

We are delighted that on-site Open Days are now able to return. This Autumn we will host three on-site opportunities to visit us at Leeds Beckett. We will also be hosting one online event if this works better for you.

And, if you’d like to know more right now about being a student at our university, our Leeds Beckett Virtual Experience is a great opportunity to get all the information you need about studying an undergraduate course with us.



If you’d like more support with your UCAS application and tips on choosing the right Uni for you, just provide us with a few details and we’ll do just that. We’ll also keep you updated with our events and courses, as well as insights from our current students.



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your student city

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Leeds has lots to offer students, whatever your interest this city has you covered. Check out our guide to Leeds and see what it has in store for you when you join Leeds Beckett.

got a career in mind?

Careers Fair

We'll make sure you're ready. Our Beckett Careers Team will support you with all aspects of your career: planning, throughout university and beyond.


Engineering students

At Leeds Beckett, you'll be part of a diverse community of students from around the world.

application advice videos

Online Open Day

From choosing the right course and Uni, to funding your studies, we’ve created some useful videos to guide you through the university application process. 

Disabled Students' Commission guide for disabled applicants applying to undergraduate courses

As a disabled person, you may feel unsure if your requirements will be met in relation to learning, accommodation and socialising. This guide aims to help you by providing pointers and questions to ask to help ensure a smooth journey. 

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take your next steps

If you're interested in joining us and want to know more about the application process, your chosen course or what to expect when you get here, there's lots of ways to get in touch. You can call or email our Admissions team, chat to one of our amazing Student Ambassadors or stay in touch by providing us with a few contact details to get all the latest information about courses, events and student life!