Your Applicant Journey
Tips For Your Arrival
Moving Into Halls
One of the highlights of student life – and you can start getting to know your future roommates now. If you’ve already booked your accommodation, take a look at our Halls of residence Facebook groups. Have a chat about who is bringing what, there’s no point all of you bringing your Game of Thrones boxsets!
Get Social With Us
Making new friends is one of the highlights of life at Leeds Beckett and our Welcome Week is the perfect opportunity to do just that. There are plenty of social activities lined up, as well as Freshers’ Fairs at our City and Headingley campuses to help you make the most of your time with us. You’ll be able to sign up for a society, find out about our sports clubs, or simply pick up a few freebies.
Remember To Enrol
Start Your Course
The waiting is finally over. Enjoy studying your new course and working towards your future career. You’ll be given a Course Handbook packed with details about what’s ahead and how everything works.
It’s a great way to meet new people and make friends, do something you love or try something new. From rugby and dance, to korfball and sub-aqua, we’ve got more than 40 sports clubs. We also provide great value Sports Membership. It gives you access to our fitness centres, swimming pool, a wide range of free classes and Campus Sport programme.
Where To Go For Help
Our Wellbeing team are professionals who can help you should you ever feel the need for support. Try their workshops throughout the year to help you stay focused and healthy. Look out for each other as well – if someone looks a little homesick, have a chat with them about it.
Food On A Card
Don’t worry, that’s not how we serve meals around here. This is a scheme that enables you to a top-up a card so that you can always afford a bite to eat in our Food Courts, campus shops and coffee bars. Take a look and see if you fancy getting involved.
Apply for your NUS Card too, it enables you to get money off at many high street shops, and also ensures you can apply for a Student Rail Card and Student Plus MetroCard (buses), meaning you’ll get money off travel tickets. You should receive your Campus card at ID check-in if you have uploaded your photo on Online Welcome by 7 September. This means you will avoid queuing at one of our Student Hubs to get your card.
Once you’ve received your email inviting you to enrol on Online Welcome, please call our Hotline on 0113 812 1112 if you’re experiencing any problems and we will be able to guide you through the process. The Hotline is open from 22 August – 7 October and will be available 08:30 to 17:00, Monday to Friday.