The Student Education Service underpins every element of the student experience, from maintaining and improving academic standards to providing co-curricular opportunities and student support. Working in partnership with staff across the University and with Leeds University Union, the Service upholds the principles of quality, equity, consistency and opportunity for students and for staff.
Information about the Student Education Service, viewing teaching timetables, making room bookings and training and development. Also includes policies and key documents, calendar and descriptions of academic roles related to student education.
Find out about student funding, fees and charges, scholarships and bursaries and where students experiencing financial difficulties can get support.
Guidance to help us in our aim to recruit the brightest and best students from all backgrounds through fair, consistent and transparent admissions processes.
Providing students with appropriate support, whether in relation to disability, personal tutoring, emergency situations or counselling, helps to ensure they can make the most of their studies.
We provide many student opportunities including paid and volunteer roles in Leeds, the UK and abroad. Such activities can enhance a student's academic learning and work-related skills.
The University takes care to ensure its assessment methods and processes are effective, valid and transparent and have integrity.
Quality assurance underpins the University’s excellence in student education. Find information about our quality assurance mechanisms here.
Information on registration, enrolment, attendance monitoring, timetabling and what to do when a student leaves the University early.
Training & Important dates
Catherine LoriganCatherine has responsibility for student finance, programmes and assessment, quality assurance, postgraduate research and support, student counter services and UKBA compliance and support.
Catherine joined us from Santander UK, where she was Head of Cards Service Delivery. Over the past 15 years she also worked for GE Capital Bank Ltd and Williams Lea UK Ltd, managing large-scale programmes of organisational change, technical solutions delivery and customer service improvement.