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Lifelong Learning Centre

Who can use this service?

Prospective mature and/or part-time students whose current highest qualification is at a lower level than a Bachelor’s degree, Diploma of Higher Education, Higher National Diploma or Foundation Degree from the United Kingdom (or an equivalent qualification from elsewhere), and who are not currently in compulsory education or already studying at university level.

Please note that ‘compulsory education’ is defined as all sixth form, school, college and apprenticeship courses usually attended up to the age of 18 or in some cases 19.

Please note that due to funding limitations we regret we are unable to offer face-to-face appointments to individuals living outside of the West Yorkshire area.

If you have any questions about these criteria please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0113 343 1770 / adviceandguidance@leeds.ac.uk.

Currently in compulsory education?

Please contact your sixth form, school, college or training provider for further information on education and careers progression.

Currently studying at university level?

If you are interested in transferring to another undergraduate course taught by the University of Leeds please contact the relevant department to discuss your options (if you need to withdraw from your current course and reapply to start again from the first year we may be able to offer you a guidance appointment under these circumstances, so please do get in touch).

If you are currently an undergraduate at the University of Leeds, and are are interested in postgraduate study please contact the Careers Centre, or if you are studying elsewhere the equivalent service at your institution. If you are a mature undergraduate at the University of Leeds, or enrolled on a programme taught by the LLC, and are interested in postgraduate study you can make an appointment with us for on-course information, advice and guidance as an alternative (graduates of the LLC are also entitled to use this service). Graduates of the University of Leeds who are interested in postgraduate study should contact the Careers Centre.

Already hold a Bachelor’s degree (or higher), Diploma of Higher Education, Higher National Diploma or Foundation Degree from the United Kingdom or an equivalent qualification from a country within the European Economic Area (EEA)?

If you already hold a Foundation Degree from the UK or an equivalent qualification from a country within the European Economic Area (EEA) and are interested in ‘topping up’ your qualification via one of the following courses taught by the University of Leeds, you are eligible to use this service:

Otherwise, due to limitations on our provision you are ineligible to use this service and should contact the institution which awarded your qualification with regards to education and careers progression.

You may also find these sources of information useful:

Prospects

Prospects provide careers advice and job and course opportunities to students and graduates.

prospects.ac.uk

National Careers Service

Make an appointment with a careers advisor and access a range of useful resources and tools related to career development.

nationalcareers.service.gov.uk

Telephone number: 0800 100 900. Lines are open 8am – 10pm seven days a week.

Target Jobs

Get help with your graduate job hunt.

targetjobs.co.uk

Postgraduate Office at the University of Leeds

For all postgraduate enquiries please use the contact details below. Alternatively, you can visit the postgraduate section of the University website.

Taught postgraduates: (0113) 343 4044
Research postgraduates: (0113) 343 6534

Target Postgrad

Get help with choosing the right course, finding funding for your studies and getting started as a postgraduate.

targetpostgrad.com

Already hold a Bachelor’s degree (or higher) from a country outside of the European Economic Area (EEA)?

Your eligibility to use this service will depend on the equivalency of your qualification to the different levels of the UK educational system – feel free to call us on 07592 328670 or email adviceandguidance@leeds.ac.uk to discuss this further.