Leeds Trinity University
Trinity is a particularly popular uni with the people that matter (i.e. students); it scored in the top 10% for student satisfaction in The Times Good University Guide. Being a little further out from Leeds centre it’s the best of both worlds – the city and open country are both nearby.
Trinity has a strong academic record in secondary teacher training, psychology, media production, journalism and marketing. Sport-based degrees from Trinity are also highly rated. Facilities are awesome; the library is packed with digital and print resources and all the lecture theatres and other spaces are equally fab. This is a chilled kind of campus with a real community vibe.
Top Trumps data include:
1966 – date of birth (founded as two Catholic teacher training colleges)
3,500 students, approximately
235 staff, approximately
1 university campus
46 undergraduate courses
47 postgraduate courses
Trinity may be the smaller of Leeds’ universities, but it’s on-it big time when it comes to facilities and investment. A lot of the campus is newly built and it’s all equipped with state-of-the-art learning tech, including 10 computer suites with 300 PCs. There are shops, the Union bar, and plenty of places for food and drink. Nearby Horsforth has its fair share of pubs and bars too, and there’s a free bus to get you there.