University of Leeds
To help international students achieve their academic goals, Study Group, a leading private pathway provider, offers a variety of courses. Our English language programs and specialized academic tracks are designed to jumpstart your study abroad adventure in a meaningful way.
A total of 30,000 students from 142 different countries were assisted by Study Group in 2018. Our Leeds International Study Centre is conveniently situated a short bus ride from the heart of Leeds at the world-renowned Global East Stand of Emerald Headingley Stadium. From day one, you’ll be immersed in campus life at this university, sharing dorms with other foreign students, attending classes taught by British educators, and learning about British customs from native Brits. If you do well at the International Study Centre, you can continue on to a degree program at the University of Leeds.
In the history of the Office for Students (OfS), Study Group is the first private pathway provider to be included on the English Higher Education Providers Register. This indicates that we are able to provide the necessary course quality, academic standards, student support, and student protection as mandated by the Office for Students. As of the first of August in 2019, students at the International Study Centre will have the same access to services as those at other UK public universities.
The University of Leeds, where you will enroll after completing your programme at Leeds International Study Centre, is renowned worldwide for its research-based curriculum, innovative approach to teaching, exceptional student experience, cutting-edge facilities, and outstanding graduate prospects.
Leeds University’s faculty are committed to helping you grow intellectually and professionally so that you may contribute to the next generation of highly competent and critically thinking professionals and earn a degree that will be respected across the world.
The University of Leeds has more National Teaching Fellowship winners per faculty member than any other UK institution, attesting to the caliber of its instructors.
At the University of Leeds, research is at the center of education across all disciplines. You can participate in on-campus research while also being in close proximity to cutting-edge developments with global implications. Find out more about Leeds’s cutting-edge resources and study.
During your last year of school, you may be required to complete a research project as part of your degree program. Undergraduates may have the opportunity to participate in research internships.
Since research plays such a central role in the educational process at Leeds, students have the unique opportunity to learn about cutting-edge findings as they occur, often before they have been published. Climate change, energy, health, and engineering are just some of the worldwide issues that the University is working to solve.
90% of the research submitted by the University of Leeds was assessed as either “world-leading” or “internationally excellent” in the REF 2021 rankings, which is a measure of the amount of persons performing the highest quality research.
If you decide to continue your education at the University of Leeds and get a degree, you will have access to many state-of-the-art facilities. New laboratories and one of the largest and most magnificent libraries in the UK are just some of the perks of studying at one of the world’s top research-intensive universities.
National Centre for Robotics is a hub for robotics research and development, providing access to cutting-edge tools and resources for academia and industry.
One of Europe’s most advanced electron-beam lithography systems, the Electron Beam Lithography Facility is used to create cutting-edge high-frequency circuits, spintronic devices, and magnetic materials.
It is possible to study driver behavior in a controlled laboratory setting using the University of Leeds Driving Simulator, one of the most advanced driving research environments in the world.
According to the Guardian University Guide 2016, the University of Leeds boasts some of the top computing resources in the country. Undergraduates have full access to the university’s IT resources, including the 1,800+ computers located across campus (some of which are accessible around the clock). Most locations on campus provide access to free, high-speed Wi-Fi, so you can use your own laptop if you want. With the goal of preparing you for success in your International Year One, this programme is meant to improve your command of the English language.