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Leeds Trinity University


Located in the Horsforth town, near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, the Leeds Trinity University was opened in 1966 as two Roman Catholic teacher training colleges- Trinity College for women and All Saints College for men. Both the colleges had two separate principals - Augusta Maria, a Manchester University physics graduate and head of the Grammar School for Trinity College, and Andrew Kean, became the first principal of All Saints. 

In November 1970, Andrew Kean said that the colleges should offer other courses as well - although the purpose would be the same; preparing Catholic teachers for Catholic schools. As a result, new academic courses were introduced, including Humanities, Modern Languages, Mathematics, Sciences, for students to specialize in another subject as well with their teacher training. 

In 1980, the colleges merged to form Trinity and All Saints College, with one principle- a highly respected biochemist and researcher- Dr Mary Hallaway.

In 1992, Trinity & All Saints had stiff competition from universities such as the Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Lincoln and the University of Huddersfield, which got their University titles. 

In 2001, Leeds Trinity was designated a College of the University of Leeds and established a formal accreditation agreement with the University. In 2009, the institution gained degree-awarding powers from the Privy Council, becoming Leeds Trinity University College. In the latest edition of The Guardian league table, Leeds Trinity University ranked 85th, and in 2018, it was ranked among the top 10 universities for both teaching quality and student experience in The Times or The Sunday Times University league table. In 2017, Leeds Trinity was also awarded as the Teaching Excellence framework for its supportive education culture, great use of the latest technology, and support for employability.

Student accommodation Leeds Trinity University

We understand that finding an ideal accommodation in an unknown country can be a very challenging task. However, the students who are already studying or planning to study at Leeds Trinity University need not worry about where to live in Leeds as there are is a wide variety of Student Accommodation in Leeds. There are eight Halls of Residences on campus at Leeds Trinity namely All Saints Court, Fountains Court, Trinity Close, Kirkstall Hall, Ripon Hall, Whitby Hall, St. Albans, and Norwich Hall. These options can be very convenient for the students, but these are rapidly occupied since these accommodation are located within the campus.  

Students can also choose from the private halls of residences since these accommodation are available in almost all the major parts of the city, including the areas which are close to the Leeds Trinity University. The Private Halls of Residences in Leeds include a wide variety of comfortable yet cheap non-en-suites, en-suites, studios, and shared flats that are inclusive of all the utility bills.

The Plaza, Vita Student St Albans, Sky Plaza, The Edge, Sycamore House, Concept Place, CitySide are among some of the most preferred private student housing near Leeds Trinity University that the city has to offer. Keep in mind that, whichever student housing you choose should not only make you feel at home but should also meet all your requirements. 


​​​​Leeds Trinity University is located in a beautiful green campus in Horsforth. The campus is based 10 kilometres away from Leeds city centre and two miles away from Leeds Bradford Airport. The campus is also just a 15-minutes walk away from the Horsforth railway station. 

A bus stop is available right outside the Leeds Trinity University which connects students directly to Horsforth train station and other local amenities in Horsforth. They provide free service to the students and the staff and the LTU students and staff are also eligible for discounted travel on public transport. Therefore, the students do not have to stress about travelling to and from the University.

Student life

Are you heading to Leeds to start your student life? Well, you are definitely about to experience one of the best phases of your life. Talking about life on-campus, Leeds Trinity Students' Union (LTSU) organizes numerous events and activities throughout the academic year for the students and also oversees the societies and sports clubs offered by the University. Students studying at the Leeds Trinity University can also use myLTU app, which will give them the access to their time table, e-mails, library record, information, and contact details for student services and the latest University news and updates. 

Leeds is also widely famous as one of the UK's best student cities because of its richness in culture, live music scenes, nightlife, and delightful food options. Therefore, the students need not worry about finding places to unwind off-campus after a long week at the University. There is no shortage of places in Leeds to have a good time. Students will find many budget-friendly restaurants like Las Iguanas, Zizzi restaurant, Crafthouse near to the Leeds Trinity University. Plus, many areas host student nights and offers significant discounts for students. Students can also experience local bands and some of the biggest names in music, at the world-famous Brudenell Social Club or the First Direct Arena or chill out with their friends at the Decanter or go for a high-end shopping spree at the Victoria Quarter. There are also food festivals like Leeds Indie Food Festival and many more taking place in the city throughout the year where the students can enjoy the flavours of different countries.

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