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Applying to Leeds Beckett


Choose your course

Before you apply the first thing is to decide which course you want to study. There are a few ways you can apply depending on whether you want to study an undergraduate or postgraduate course. If you have not yet decided on the course you want to study you can search our online prospectus.

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Applying for an undergraduate course

Apply through UCAS
If you want to study a three-year undergraduate degree you can apply through a website called UCAS.com – this is the University College Administration Service and all full-time undergraduate applications from the UK, EU and non-EU go through them.

We've put together a useful diagram which shows you step by step the process of applying through UCAS.

Apply directly to us
If you are only choosing Leeds Beckett and don’t want to apply for another undergraduate course in the UK, you can apply directly to us. You can do this by applying online or by downloading and filling out our application form.

You can only apply by one of the above options. It is also important to know that if you are applying directly to us for an undergraduate course you should not have an offer with UCAS.

Applying for a postgraduate course

Once you have found the course you want to study in our online prospectus you will then click on the ‘Apply Now’ button located at the top of the online course page. 

You will be asked to create an account on our online application portal and complete your application via your Leeds Beckett account. Once you have submitted your application you should receive a decision within six weeks of applying. The exception to this is if the course you have applied for has a closing date specified. In this case, we will wait until the closing date has passed before we contact you
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What to include in your application

When you have completed your application, you will also need to upload copies of the following documents with your application:

  • Academic Certificates.
  • Evidence of your English language ability (see below).
  • A photocopy of your passport.
  • A reference to support your application – either academic or professional.
  • A completed Agent Consent Form (required if you are applying via or with the help of an agent).

Once we have all the above documents we will then be able to look at your application and reply to you.

English language requirements

If your first language is not English then you will need to submit evidence of your English language ability. This is an important requirement and is essential if you are applying for a Tier 4 Student Visa. The standard qualification we accept is an  IELTS – International English Language Test and you can find these on our online course pages.

Pearsons and TOEFL are also widely accepted English language qualifications. But we do accept others. See all the English language qualifications we accept for our undergraduate and postgraduate courses by clicking the button below.

If you’re unsure about your language ability then do contact us and we will be happy to guide you through which English qualification you need.

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Helping you apply

We are on hand to help you if you have any questions about your application and you can find our contact details below.

We also work closely with representatives and agency partners across the world who are available to help you with your application. Contact an agent or representative in your country.

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After you apply

After submitting your application, we will send you your personal application ID number. You will be asked to quote this number when contacting us, so remember to keep it safe.

If your application is successful we will send you either:

  • a conditional offer - this means we will require some additional information from you, such as exam results or some missing information in your application.

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  • an unconditional offer – this means that you have met all the entry requirements and have been offered a place on your chosen course.

Depending on the way you applied, you will be asked to accept your offer on UCAS or through our online application portal.

Once you’ve accepted your offer you maybe be interested in knowing more about the following:

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Any questions?

Contact us 09:00 to 17:00 [UK time], Monday to Friday


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