University of Leeds

University of Leeds is also known as Leeds University or simply Leeds. It was established in 1884, following the merger of several other colleges. Its original name was The Yorkshire College. Leeds University is found in Leeds, Yorkshire and the Humber, UK. It boasts doctorates in such diverse fields as science, religious studies, psychology and history. Postgraduate degrees are awarded in Business, Biotechnology, Biology, Biochemistry and Accounting. Leeds University has over 33,000 students.

Founded in 1831 as a merger of other universities in the UK, Leeds was not given its official university title until 1887. It has partnerships with degree awards with Leeds Trinity University College and Leeds Collage of Arts.

University Profile

Ranking #92
University Name University of Leeds
Year Established 1831
Motto Et Augebitur Scientia
Motto in English And Knowledge Will Be Increased
Colors Green, black, red and beige


Address EC Stoner Building, Leeds, Yorkshire and the Humber, United Kingdom
Phone +44 (113) 243 1751
Fax +44 (113) 244 3923
Website University of Leeds Website
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International Students Allowed Yes
Student Body Men and Women

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