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After becoming a University College in 2009, the ambition for Leeds Trinity was to achieve full university status. It was only in 2011, when the Government announced that institutions with a minimum 1,000 students (previously 4,000) could apply. In 2012, Leeds Trinity University College became Leeds Trinity University.
All Leeds Trinity University degrees offer a blend of employability skills, professional work placements, extra-curricular activities and one-to-one support. We call this our "employability formula" – a special blend of support and guidance that gives our graduates a head start to getting a job.Our employability statistic speaks for itself with 97% of our graduates in employment or further study within six months of graduation.
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Additional support is available for students who have physical or mobility difficulties, mental health concerns, visual and hearing impairments, Asperger's syndrome, medical conditions, dyslexia or other specific learning difficulties.
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Leeds Trinity is an independent Roman Catholic foundation, and until earning the right to award its own degrees in 2009 was accredited by the University of Leeds.
They were well organised but the assignment information could have been delivered better
Overall, I had a well rounded experience ! I got involved in a variety of societies, met lots of new friends and enjoyed my course ! The support from my tutors was great
I found the degree overall very rewarding. There are a lot of positives from the course such as doing two placements in my first and second year which helped give me a better understanding of the profession. The university is small which I feel helped me as the lectures where more one on one based. However, I feel some of the topics covered were only touched on instead of...