On campus offer holder visit day
Join us on campus on Wednesday 4 May.
We’re delighted to invite you onto our campus to visit facilities and meet current staff and students who will be on hand to answer questions on what it’s like to study with us and life at Leeds. You’ll be guided in small groups around the Worsley Building where lecturers from your chosen course will be able to demonstrate some of the equipment and answer course-related questions. There is also an opportunity on the day for a self-guided campus tour.
You can book your place on My Visit Day using your UCAS personal ID and date of birth, you will also find an itinerary of the day on here. Meet us in the Level 6 Cafe in the Worsley Building at your allocated time slot, the day will begin and end at this location.
Please note, floor 6 of the Worsley Building is designated NHS space. Following guidelines, we are unable to permit guests on the building tour including visiting the Clinical Skills and Simodents but they are welcome to wait in Cafe Lomas on Level 9 for your tour to finish.
Under current guidelines, face masks are required when moving around the Worsley Building, please remember to bring yours. As this is a working building, we would also politely ask that applicants arrive at their allocated time slot and depart swiftly following the end of their tour to avoid congestion in the cafe and corridors.
You can find further information on how to get to the University here.
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