Welcome

At the School of Psychology, we're committed to building our international links and welcome students, researchers and partnerships from across the world. If you’re interested in studying Psychology with us, why not have a look at the modules and programmes we currently offer.

As a Psychology student at Leeds, you will gain a range of key skills attractive to employers such as project management, negotiation, research design and analysis. As a result, our graduates have been highly successful in gaining employment across many different fields. These include; research, teaching, marketing and human resources, as well as opportunities in mental health and prison services.

Currently, we have over 6,000 international students with us at The University of Leeds, which allows us to offer you a unique and friendly place to study. This diverse campus means that we are very experienced in welcoming students from around the world, and can provide you with the specialist support and advice you'll need to join us.

Throughout your application to when you arrive, our International Student Office is committed to providing help and advice on any questions you may have. They also run trips, arrange social activities and help our students connect with the community outside the University.

If you’re interested in further immersing themselves in British culture while they are here, our International Summer School could be what you’re looking for. The summer school is designed for anyone who is currently studying or has recently finished a degree and runs every year. The aim is to give you a chance to experience four fantastic weeks of British education and culture, combined with excursions, taster lectures and social activities. 

If you're an International student and want to find out more about studying Psychology with us, please feel free to contact Dr Richard Harris.

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Psychology at Leeds supports the #WeAreInternational campaign. Listen to international students who have recently studied in the UK.