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Congratulations on your offer

Thank you for applying to study in the School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science at the University of Leeds. 

Your choice of university is very important and we want you to have all the information you need to help you make the right decision.

Your next steps

What happens on results day? 

Find out what to expect when you receive your exam results.

Already have your exam results?

If you’ve studied international qualifications and know your exam results, find out what’s next after you have a place at Leeds confirmed.


On-campus offer holder events

Our on-campus offer holder events are now finished. However, some of our academics have put together on-demand videos to help you better understand your course:

Your journey begins

Our accommodation virtual events are the perfect way to discover the range of accommodation we have on offer and to ask any questions you might have. Book your place through our Virtual Viewing Hub.

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This guide has been put together to help you discover more about studying with us at Leeds and to explain what you need to do next to accept your offer.

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Our single-site campus has everything you need and it’s just a short walk away from the city centre. Our virtual campus tour gives you the chance to get a feel for living and studying in Leeds.

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Want to know more about student life at Leeds? Chat to our current students on Unibuddy to find out what it’s like to be part of our welcoming community.

We have over 100 students ready to answer with any questions you might have - from course content, facilities and accommodation, to city life and the societies you can join while you're here.

You can also find out more about studying at Leeds from a student perspective through Link to Leeds. Our Link to Leeds ambassadors are not only part of Unibuddy, but regularly host online events on topics such as accommodation, city life and student opportunities.

Preparing for your future

Make the most of the opportunities at Leeds, have an amazing experience, and give yourself the skills and confidence to stand out from the crowd.

Work placements options range from a year in industry to short summer internships, so you can apply your learning in an industrial context and develop both personally and professionally.

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Studying abroad is a great way to boost your confidence and broaden your outlook on life by experiencing another culture, while making friends and having fun.

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Find out more about life as an international student by speaking to one of our Link to Leeds ambassadors.

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As a Leeds graduate, you’ll join well-known names in a global network of more than 250,000 people in over 180 countries who all share a lifelong connection to the University of Leeds.

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in the UK for religious studies and theology

(Guardian University league tables 2022)

Riva Black
Student | BA Theology and Religious Studies
"The learning facilities at the University are really great. The Brotherton and Edward Boyle Libraries contain thousands of books, so you can be sure that you won’t be stuck for choice when it comes to researching a particular topic."

Keep in touch

If you have any questions and/or require any further information please contact our admissions team.

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