Whether you’re continuing from undergraduate study, returning to education or changing direction, a Masters degree at Leeds will help you take the next step and enhance your employability.
Studying with us
Why study at Leeds?
Funding support: We offer a range of scholarships for students starting their Masters studies. Explore our scholarships directory to find out how we can help you to fund your degree.
Develop research skills: Put your learning into practice by completing a major research project as part of your degree, making your own contribution to knowledge. Researchers in the School are actively involved with the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, the Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics and the Alan Turing Institute.
Career prospects: A Masters degree from Leeds can help you to stand out in a competitive job market. Our courses will help you to develop your professional skills and advance in your chosen career. Discover more about how we support your career development.
Research-based learning: Our globally recognised research feeds directly into your course and shapes what you learn with the latest thinking. You’ll be directly engaged in research through substantial individual and team-based project work, and will benefit from accessing our specialist facilities.
Global community: When you choose to study at the University of Leeds, you'll join a friendly, supportive and diverse community of students and researchers who come from all over the world. You’ll also have access to wellbeing and support services throughout your degree.
Grand buildings, iconic landmarks and sustainable green space: our single-site campus has it all. When you study at the University of Leeds, you’ll be on the doorstep to one of the most vibrant and multicultural cities in the UK, with the benefit of enjoying our historic campus.
Find your place
One of the best ways to find out what it’s like to live and study in Leeds is by speaking to a student. We have over 100 ambassadors live on Unibuddy, and you can search by course, subject area, level of study and nationality to find the right person to talk to.