When students come to Leeds, they will be provided with a wide range of support to help them make decisions and plan their next steps towards a bright future. From finding work or further study to working out interests, skills and aspirations, Leeds can provide them with the expert information, advice and the guidance that they need.
To learn more about the above, please join Leeds Uni’s Careers at Leeds: internships, support and jobs events on April 21 from 12:00-14:30 BST. Students will hear from alumni, current students and Jan Spalek, International Employer Engagement Manager during a live panel, followed by a live chat event where they can ask any questions they may have on the topic.
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Leeds, Climate Change and COP26:
As the UK prepares to host the next UN climate change conference, COP26, we are convening a week of events in April 2021, gathering together voices from across sectors and geographies to build ambition for impactful climate action.
If students would like to join some of the events we have planned, please click below. Recordings of each session will be available shortly after the events have taken place.
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Link your students with our students:
If students who are thinking about applying to the University of Leeds, Leeds would like to encourage them to contact some of current students via Link to Leeds.
Students can ask ambassadors any questions they may have about being a student in the UK. Ambassadors are ready to answer questions in English or their native languages. Visit below for more information, or follow them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
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From coping to flourishing: how to make universities happy again:
External and internal demand on universities is pushing them ever closer to breaking point. But change is within reach; it just needs collective will, confidence and courage to reach a better state in which we can all thrive.
University of Leeds Vice-Chancellor Simone Buitendijk writes a series of blogs reflecting on the university and current events. Students can find out more below….
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