Leeds Trinity University

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Student Accommodation

  • The university guarantees accommodation on campus for all first year undergraduate students.
  • All accommodation is on campus and is owned by the university, rather than a third party. Room options include en-suite or with a shared bathroom, so there's a range of choices to at a range of costs – and being on campus, students have everything they need for university life close at hand.
  • All halls have resident mentors – these are current students who live in halls to make sure that new students settle in, feel supported and have the best time.

Accommodation Costs

Catered from £4,701 to £5,403 per year
Self-Catered from £3,854 to £5,125 per year

Student Life

  • City Population: 752,000
  • Student Population: 65,000
  • Regularly voted one of the UK's best student cities, Leeds has great culture, a legendary live music scene, amazing nightlife and some seriously tasty food options. Throw over 60,000 students from four universities, an international reputation for learning, and thousands of graduate jobs into the mix, and it's easy to see why Leeds is a great city to start the journey towards your new career.
  • Leeds Trinity in the Leeds suburb of Horsforth – a lively town recently named one of England's best places to live by The Sunday Times. Horsforth is within easy reach of Leeds city centre, but has plenty of green space and its own wide range of nightlife and amenities.

Culture and Nightlife

  • Leeds has some of the best nightlife in the North of England. From bars and late-night bowling alleys, to club nights featuring everything from grime to indie, there's no shortage of places to have a good time. Plus, many places have student nights and offer great discounts.
  • The city is also known for its live music scene. The renowned club night Back to Basics started here, and Leeds Festival is still going strong. Experience local bands and some of the biggest names in music, whether that’s in an intimate bar or the First Direct Arena.
  • Those in need of retail therapy can find something for every taste and budget, from the bargains at Europe’s largest indoor market, to the high street havens of Trinity Leeds and Victoria Gate.
  • An amazing food scene includes a wide range of restaurants, cafés and street food pop-ups to suit all budgets. There are food festivals throughout the year, including the Leeds Indie Food Festival.
  • Sports options include Yorkshire County Cricket, Leeds Rhinos (Rugby League), Yorkshire Carnegie (Rugby Union) or Leeds United Football Club, with stadiums at Headingley and Elland Road.


  • The university is just six miles from the city centre and easily accessible by car, train, bus and even plane, with Leeds Bradford International Airport just two miles from the campus.  
  • Horsforth Station is a ten-minute walk from the campus. It takes just over ten minutes to get to Leeds city centre and trains run every half an hour.
  • A bus stop right outside the campus connects students directly with the student hub of Headingley in 20 minutes and Leeds city centre in 40 minutes. The university also run a free shuttle bus linking the campus with Horsforth station and other local amenities. This runs regularly during term-time.
  • Leeds Trinity students are eligible for discounted travel on public transport throughout West Yorkshire.