The University of Leeds is a renowned public research university in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Founded in 1874, it was first known as the Yorkshire College of Science. The university has 36,330 students, making it the 5th biggest university in the UK (out of 169). There are 206 undergraduate degree programs and more than 300 master's programs at Leeds University. As a member of the renowned Russell Group, Leeds emphasizes research. It also offers 2,347 funded and unfunded research opportunities. A few reliable international scholarships for Indian students are also available. 300 student clubs and activities are available in fields like art, dance, culture, education, social well-being, and sports. There are four libraries, modern labs, and computer clusters to facilitate learning at the university. The university provides on-campus accommodation (22 residence halls) for undergraduate students, postgraduate students, and families moving to the city.
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On and off-campus accommodation available
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||£17,000|
|Cost of Living/year||£7,000|