About Leeds Trinity University
Leeds Trinity University is a university with a big reputation, offering a distinctive postgraduate experience centred on student support. Our postgraduate students have gone on to do amazing things, from becoming published authors and award-winning journalists, to making ground-breaking discoveries in their research fields.
Whether you are looking for a complete career change or simply want to explore a subject you are passionate about, Leeds Trinity University can provide you with a personal learning experience. Many of our postgraduate degrees can be completed part-time, which means you can balance a job and your studies.
Affectionately known as the University where students are ‘a name, not a number’, Leeds Trinity provides students with a welcoming and supportive sense of community.
Students can study a range of postgraduate courses including Taught Masters in areas such as Creative Writing, Education, Psychology, and Business; plus a wide range of PGCE courses and Research degree options.
For a complete list of postgraduate courses, visit our website.
We have opportunities for the next generation of researchers who want to change the world to gain a PhD or MbR across a wide range of subject areas.
Find out more about our postgraduate research opportunities.
Leeds Trinity University traces its origin to the early 1960s when teacher training colleges were established in Leeds and employability is at the heart of our ethos.
Our academics, guest lecturers and active researchers are highly experienced in their fields and their industry knowledge informs the teaching.
And postgraduate students have access to the Careers+Placements team which provides support and advice to all students regarding their employability and plans for life after graduation.
This includes workshops and employer events throughout the year for students to attend; the Careers+Placements platform, which connects students with local employers; career management and professional training advice; employability skills training and self-employment and business start-up advice.
On-campus accommodation is available for all postgraduate students and there is a range of options to suit most budgets.
We have two dedicated areas for postgraduate students and mature students in our All Saints Court and Trinity Close accommodation, both of which feature en-suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, shared living spaces and access to our on-campus laundrette.
Find out more about our accommodation.
We have everything you need for university life on a leafy campus on the outskirts of Leeds. Our campus is quiet and compact, but only 12 minutes by train from Leeds city centre.
Whether you’re studying in the Andrew Kean Learning Centre, catching up with friends in the bar, or working out in our fully equipped sport and fitness centre, you’re only ever minutes away from everything you need on our Horsforth campus.
Leeds boasts an amazing live music scene, food and drink to suit all tastes, great shopping and cultural offerings including galleries, museums, festivals, carnivals, cinemas, theatres and historic landmarks. And if you want to get away from it all, there is beautiful countryside and scenery just a few miles outside of the city centre.
You can access personal academic and study skills support through our Learning Hub team who offer support with essay writing, time management, critical thinking, research and more.
We offer a range of Student Support services - whether you have a personal or academic issue, our experienced and dedicated staff are here to listen and help you get the support you need.
Fees and Funding
Our postgraduate taught degrees tuition fees vary depending on the course. We know studying a postgraduate degree is an investment in your future, so there are a number of loans, scholarships and other support packages which you may be eligible for to help relieve some financial burden.
Find out more about our postgraduate course fees and funding available.
How to Apply
Applications for most postgraduate taught courses will be made directly to the University. PGCE applicants need to apply through UCAS Teacher Training.
Find out more about how to apply for a postgraduate degree
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