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Our friendly team is waiting to take your call Monday to Thursday, 9.00am - 5.00pm, and Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm.
Once you've confirmed your place over the phone, you can apply now by adding us as your Clearing choice on the UCAS website.
Undergraduate applications for September 2023 are now closed to international students but you can now apply through UCAS from for courses starting in autumn 2024.
Apply for 2024 entry
You can apply now through UCAS for courses starting in autumn 2024.
The main UCAS deadline is 31 January 2024, but there are plenty of ways to apply after that.
Key dates for 2024 entry
Frequently asked questions
Applications for Foundation Year, BA, BSc and LLB undergraduate degrees at Leeds Trinity University are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can apply online through the UCAS website.
Once you’ve decided on your course, you’ll give yourself the best possible chance if you apply as early as possible. Please visit the UCAS website for the latest information on application deadlines.
Entry requirements for all our courses are listed on each of our course pages. They include a UCAS tariff range as well as any additional course-specific entry requirements, such as GCSEs. Please check the individual requirements for your course before applying.
We understand that no two students are the same, so we welcome students with a range of qualifications and will personalise our offer to you.
If you have any questions about your qualifications, our Admissions team will be happy to help.
Going to university is an investment in your future. You can find out more about tuition fees and ways to fund your studies on our Fees and Funding pages:
When you apply to Leeds Trinity, you'll need to know our institution code - it's L24 - and the course code, which you can find on each of our course pages on our website.
Alternatively, if you click through to the UCAS website from the 'how to apply' section on your course page, it'll take you to the right place with all the information you need.
If you would like to study part-time, contact our Admissions team by calling 0113 283 7123 (Monday to Thursday, 9.00am to 5.00pm, or Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm) or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
International students also need to apply via UCAS.
|China||A score of 65% in the Gaokao exam (高考); 60% in the Gaokao potentially considered when combined with very strong high school grades|
|Ghana||See Internationally recognised qualifications, below|
|Honk Kong SAR||HKDSE grades of 4,4,3|
|India||Standard XII with 65% and above|
|Iran||Iranian Pre-University Certificate with a minimum score of 13/20; or Kardani Associate degree with a minimum score of 13/20; or Kunkur (national university entry exam) with a minimum score of 13/20|
|Kenya||See Internationally recognised qualifications, below|
|Malaysia||Successful completion of STPM with grades A-C in 3 subjects including grade C minimum in Maths; or UEC with 5x B3 at 75%|
|Nepal||See Internationally recognised qualifications, below|
|Nigeria||Successful completion of a 2 year National Diploma|
|South Africa||Senior Certificate with matriculation endorsement with grades 6,6,6,5,5 including at least a 5 in Maths and English Language; or National Senior Certificate with grades 6,6,6,5,5|
|Sri Lanka||Sri Lankan A-Level grades of C,C,C / three subjects at 55%|
|Thailand||Bachelor's degree with a GPA of 2.5 minimum|
|USA||High School Diploma with a minimum GPA 3.0 plus one of the following:
- an ACT score of 26+
- 1500/2400 on pre-2016 SAT Reasoning Test (SAT)
- 1270/1600 on the new SAT Reasoning Test (SAT)
- 2 SAT subject-specific tests (SATS) with a 550 minimum score in each
- 2 Advanced Placement (AP) tests with grades of 3 or above
See Internationally recognised qualifications, below
Internationally recognised qualifications
Applicants to our Bachelor’s degrees may also qualify academically by taking a recognised International Foundation Year at another institution, or by achieving UK Level 3 qualifications or International Baccalaureate grades equivalent to 112 UCAS points. Since not all countries feature pre-university qualifications commonly accepted by UK universities, internationally recognised qualifications should be used in these cases.
Have more questions?
If you'd like to know more information about the application process, please visit the UCAS website. You can also get in touch with our Admissions team who will be happy to help: