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If you’re considering Clearing, research the courses and universities you’re interested in so you’re prepared on results day.
Make sure you have your UCAS ID and your qualifications on hand, find somewhere quiet and call the university on their hotline to discuss your application.
The university’s here to help you find your perfect course. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and make sure that Leeds Trinity is the right fit for you.
Leeds Trinity University is a small campus uni with a big reputation, thanks to its distinctive approach to employability. Professional work placements are built into all undergraduate degrees – so students graduate with relevant professional experience and industry contacts without having to take a year out. Affectionately known as the university where students are ‘a name, not a number’, Leeds Trinity provides a welcoming and supportive sense of community.
Based on the current government roadmap of lifting restrictions, Leeds Trinity intends to offer a similar level of face-to-face teaching as it did before the pandemic. There’ll also be additional online engagement activities and digital teaching materials.
While it hope nothing changes, the university is working hard to ensure they can safely deliver an engaging student experience in all eventualities.
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