Leeds Trinity University
Leeds | Yorkshire and Humberside
Ucas code: L24
What students say about this university142 comments (40 students)
costs are dependent on the person I think, what you hope to spend your money on and how well you budget, it was harder for me...
costs are dependent on the person I think, what you hope to spend your money on and how well you budget, it was harder for me as I have to pay my own tuition fee's but for my friends that didn't they managed to budget for food, a couple of nights out a week and the odd shopping spree. there is a canteen and on campus student union that often has good deals on for drinks, there are some on campus jobs such as in the bar and canteen but I struggled to find work in my first year, I didnt have many additional course costs as if you can't afford books you can generally just get the at the extensive library though I did purchase a couple for ease of use and availability, there is a free shuttle bus that goes on campus; to the train station; and in to horsforth; this was very useful as it was free transport to the station and to a supermarket and other shops; to go in to leeds on the train is just a few pounds but it is around 9.80 fixed rate in a taxi which is ok if the taxi is shared between a few people; the shuttle bus runs mon-fri but is is only a short walk to a mini tesco at the weekends.×
Difficult to manage costs due to location of uniReport
It's a very good uni to do Primary teaching in. The lecturers are supportive and encourage you to achieve your best. The...
It's a very good uni to do Primary teaching in. The lecturers are supportive and encourage you to achieve your best. The content of the course is very helpful and enligntening which comes in use during teaching practice. Overall a very good uni for this course.×
Very few societies (4). Has the feel of a school/college rather than uni. Some lecturer's talk down to you/ act as though...
Very few societies (4). Has the feel of a school/college rather than uni. Some lecturer's talk down to you/ act as though you're a high school child.×
A really wide range of facilities are offered to you. Not only have improvements been made on the library so it's even better...
A really wide range of facilities are offered to you. Not only have improvements been made on the library so it's even better (more space to work e.g. quiet zones and group work zones), they also offer other places to work around the university outside of lecture time such as the media centre which is great for media based courses. The gym and sports facilities are also fantastic, they have so many different sports and classes are on offer for you and the staff are really helpful.×
Living in halls, opportunity to meet new people.Report
How students describe this university
Overall student satisfaction85%
of students are very or quite satisfied with this university
Number of students3,505
students attended last year
Undergraduate / Postgraduate80%
of students are undergrads
Full-time / Part-time15%
of students are part-time
Male / Female66%
of students are female
Young / Mature13%
of students aged over 21
UK / Non-UK1%
of students here are from outside the UK
Student union satisfaction68%
of students are very or quite satisfied with the student union
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