Not had chance to enrol yet? Don’t worry it’s not too late! If you’re thinking of joining us, we can’t wait to welcome you! From 6th – 15th September you can visit any of our campuses and chat to our Enrolment team. Drop in Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday between 4pm-6pm, at a time that suits you.

Whether you need help finding a course, are still looking for somewhere to study or have applied elsewhere and changed your mind, our Enrolment team can help everything fall into place.

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Where do I need to go?

Find out which campus you need to visit for your subject or department below.

Leeds City College Park Lane Campus


  • School of Applied Science
  • School of Sport Science & Exercise
  • Leeds Sixth Form College (A levels and GCSE’s)
  • iLearn team
  • Student Life team
  • SEND team (Special Educational Needs and Disability)


  • School of Business
  • School of Digital & IT
  • School of Hair, Beauty & Media Makeup
  • School of Engineering
  • Motor Vehicle
  • School of Land & Animal Sciences
  • School of Travel, Food & Drink
  • Somerville House (special educational provision) team
  • Student Life team
  • SEND team (Special Educational Needs and Disability)
Leeds City College Printworks Campus
Leeds City College Quarry Hill Campus


  • Creative Arts
  • Visual and Digital Art
  • Media, Music, Performance and Production
  • Health and Social Care
  • Childcare
  • Public Services
  • Student Life team
  • SEND team (Special Educational Needs and Disability)


  • School of Events, Enterprise and Employability
  • RE:
Leeds City College Mabgate Campus


We’ll need to see a copy of your GCSE results (or any other qualifications you have gained) and a form of personal identification.

Suitable forms of identification include:

  • Passport
  • Driving licence
  • Birth certificate
  • National Identity Card

You may also want to bring:

  • A face mask
  • Hand sanitiser, bottled water, or anything else that will make you feel comfortable in our space, such as sensory toys and comforts
  • A family member or friend to accompany you (one additional person per student)

If you have any questions about what you need to bring, you can speak to an advisor using our Live Web Chat.

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Looking to do Maths, English, ESOL or any other part-time adult course at our community centres? Please apply online by clicking this link and one of our friendly team will be in touch to invite you to enrol. If you’ve already made an application, we will be in touch soon via email to invite you to enrol.

Deacon House


  • Business, management and administration
  • Crafts and creative
  • Digital
  • Education and childcare
  • Family Education
  • Hair and Beauty
  • Health and social care
  • Languages
  • Maths and English


  • Digital
  • Education and childcare
  • Health and social care
  • Languages
  • Maths and English
Enfield Centre
Rothwell Centre


  • Crafts and creative
  • Digital
  • Education and childcare
  • Hair and Beatuy
  • Health and social care
  • Languages
  • Maths and English


  • Digital
  • Education and childcare
  • Health and social care
  • Languages
  • Maths and English
  • Preparing for progression
Joseph Priestley Centre


We’ve added some answers below, but the best way to get the information you need is to use our web chat.

What happens when I visit campus?

Our friendly staff will talk to you about your next steps. This could be advising you on your GCSE grades and options, or helping you find a course based on your interests. It’s also a great opportunity to get a feel for our campuses and facilities.

I’ve received a college offer but didn’t get the required grades, what should I do?

If you have an offer with the college, you will have been sent your Results Upload Form after filling in the Enrolment Form. Please continue to fill this in and add your results as planned. One of our Curriculum team will then contact you to discuss your options and help identify the right course level for you.

I’ve received a college offer but have changed my mind about which course I want to do, what should I do?

Don’t worry, you still have time to change your course. Simply confirm the campus your new course is based at and attend one of our drop-in enrolment sessions. You’ll be able to speak to us directly and discuss which course is right for you. If you’re not sure which campus you need to go to, you can find a list of our campuses and departments above.

When will I get my college card, lanyard and timetable?

In most cases you usually receive these during your college induction. Your tutors or course department will contact you to arrange this.

I haven’t applied for a college course yet, is it too late?

Not at all. You can still find a course that suits you using enrolment. We advise coming to our drop-in sessions where we can help identify the right course for you.

I haven’t received or am struggling to fill in my GCSE grades using the Result Upload Form, what should I do?

If you’re struggling or haven’t received your Result Upload Form, you can still come along to the drop-in enrolment sessions and we can help you upload your results.

I am already a student returning to college, when do I start in September?

The department you are studying with will contact you to arrange your return date to college and what you need to bring with you.

How can I get help with funding, welfare and childcare?

If you’re a student aged 16-18, please follow this link to find all the information you need.

If you’re student aged 19+, you can use this link to find information about adult finance.


“The Access course was incredibly varied, encompassing both sociology and physiology topics. The programme provided me with fantastic well-rounded knowledge, supported by expert, helpful tutors”

Luke Barker,
Access to HE Humanities and Social Sciences student

“This course not only gave me the required qualifications, but has allowed me to develop a real understanding into academic life and the skills I will be utilising at university. The insight and expertise I have developed has been invaluable as I would have not learnt this at school and has given me the perfect head start once I begin the course.”

Maria Kennedy,
Access to higher education student

“My tutor, Kim Popplewell, has been fantastic throughout the course. She not only supports us on our academic journey, but also offers valuable guidance and advice. She has been incredibly encouraging, constantly giving us the support and resources to excel in the course. Kim has also inspired me to complete a remote learning course focusing on special educational needs and mental health, which will be invaluable to me when offering support to young people in my role.”

Caroline Kubat,
Teaching Assistant Diploma Level 3 student

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Check out our handy videos below to find out more about your areas of interest,
learn more about your application journey, how to apply, student life and much more!


Unsure which path is right for you?

Find out more information below about the types of courses at Leeds City College.

Get a taste for what’s on offer

Our tutors have put together lots of course activities to give you a flavour of what’s to come this September. Just click below to take a look or request a course taster session.


If you would like to speak to one of our dedicated contact centre advisors please call:

0113 3861997 (select option 4)

or email us at:

To report a student absence, please contact your curriculum office. Alternatively, please call the student attendance line on:

0800 652 0335

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