Adult and Community at Leeds City College

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We’re still open for applications and enrolment

Drop in to enrol

9am – 4pm at Beeston, Deacon House, Enfield and Rothwell

You may have noticed that our usual website is currently not in use. Due to a technical issue, we’ve set up this temporary page so we can still support you through the application and enrolment processes. We’re really sorry for any inconvenience that this may have caused.

This page includes all the information you’ll need to progress your application and enrolment for any 19+ adult course at Leeds City College. Please don’t worry if you’re not sure how our application and enrolment processes work or if you need some extra support, our team is here to help.

Register your interest

Simply complete this form with your details, we can organise for a member of our team to give you a call at a time that suits you.

If you fill in details about which courses you might be interested in, we can make sure the right person gets in touch.

Find out more about our courses

Our Adult & Community courses are divided into four key areas: Access, professional, leisure, and vocational and essential skills. Discover the right route for you, depending on your aims and interests.

To find where the course is based, view the online prospectus, and attend that campus to enrol. If you’re not sure where to enrol, please contact us.

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Access courses

Access to HE courses are one-year courses that will get you to university. Gain the specialist subject knowledge and refine your academic skills, ready for higher education.

Find out more about our Access to HE courses in our guide here.

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Professional courses

Professional courses are aimed at those working in specialist careers such as HR, accountancy, management and procurement. These industry-accredited courses often grant membership to professional bodies and are great for personal development.

Find out more about our professional courses in our guide here.

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Leisure courses

Leisure courses are short, hobby-based introductory courses, perfect for those looking to try something new, gain a new skill or make new friends in the local community.

Find out more about our leisure courses in our guide here.

Vocational and essential skills courses

Vocational courses such as health and social care or computing are our part-time practical courses, for adults pursuing a career change or industry knowledge for their dream job.

Essential skills courses cover critical English, maths and digital skills. These courses are for adults needing to brush up their skills, gain their GCSEs or increase their confidence on a computer.

We have a range of courses offered at your local community centre, our main campuses and  online.

Find out more about our vocational and essential skills courses in our guide here.


To register your interest for an Adult & Community course at Leeds City College, complete this form and a member of our team will call at a time that suits you.

Why study an adult course at Leeds City College?

Study at your own pace alongside other adult learners in the heart of your local community. Our flexible adult courses are designed to fit around your existing commitments and ease you back into education. Whether you’re hoping to get to university, increase your confidence and skills or find a job, we can get you to your next destination.

How to apply to Leeds City College

We’re having to process applications a little differently, but we still have plenty of options available to you. You can find out more information on this below.

Web chat

We have a live web chat that will direct you straight through to the admissions team at Leeds City College. You can access that here.

Please note, our web chat is available between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Phone numbers

If you want to speak to a member of the team over the phone, please call 0113 386 1997. Lines are open between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Enrolment

We will be in touch with you shortly about this year’s enrolment process. Please note, while our enrolment process may change, this will not affect your offer.

Safety measures

We’re really looking forward to reopening our doors in September. We’ve been working hard to put safety measures in place to make sure that you can still have the best learning experience possible.

For more information on these, or for any concerns, please get in touch via our web chat or call 0113 386 1997. Our web chat and phone lines are available 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.