Leeds is one of the best student cities in the UK, with amazing culture, nightlife and food and drink options. Leeds Trinity is based in Horsforth, a 12-minute train ride from the city centre, where there are bars, restaurants and green surroundings.
Nightlife and culture
- Leeds has some of the best nightlife in the North of England, from bars and late-night bowling alleys to student-friendly club nights and a legendary live music scene.
- A cultural hub, the city has galleries and museums, music festivals and carnivals, cinemas and theatres, art installations and historic landmarks.
- Shoppers can find something for every taste and budget, from bargains at Europe's largest indoor market to the high street havens of Trinity Leeds and Victoria Gate.
- The city's amazing food scene caters for all tastes, from sophisticated fine dining to independent street food vendors, pop-ups and food festivals.
- Sports fans can choose from watching Yorkshire County Cricket and rugby with Leeds Rhinos or Yorkshire Carnegie at Headingley, or Leeds United Football Club at Elland Road.
- All accommodation is owned by the university, which means students will deal directly with the university, not a third party.
- Room options include en suite, shared bathroom and part-catered, so there are plenty of choices at a range of costs.
- All the on-campus accommodation includes Wi-Fi, utility bills and personal possessions insurance.
- All halls have live-in resident mentors who make sure new students feel settled, supported and have the best time.
Accommodation costs 2020/2021
£123 per week
£98- £133 per week
- Leeds Trinity Students' Union creates an inclusive programme of events and social opportunities for all students.
- Run by students for students, it represents the collective voice and offers individual support and advice for all students.
- The SU runs the newly-refurbished StUdio bar, which serves food and drink until late and features regular events.
- Leeds Trinity University is just 6 miles north-west of Leeds city centre, easily accessible by car, train, bus – and even plane.
- Horsforth railway station is less than a mile from campus. A free shuttle bus links the campus and station for students.
- A bus stop right outside the campus connects students directly with Headingley in 20 minutes and the city centre in 40 minutes.
- Students can hire bikes on a three-month basis from the university's sports centre, for those wanting to cycle safely to campus.
- The university has also arranged priority discounted fares for students to and from campus with a local taxi firm.
- Students can find part-time jobs via the university's myFuture platform, supported by myFuture advisers.
- On-campus roles include student ambassadors, Students' Union team, or roles in the university's food and drink outlets.
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