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07.09.2020 -10.06.2021
21+
from 24 000 £ / year

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Short information about postgraduate education of the research profile.

The educational programs of the Master's provide for students' theoretical and practical education. The courses are distinguished by a narrow specialization. Each student must pass an internship in a specialized organization.

The most powerful in the preparation of masters in the university are the directions of business, arts (including performance, communication, visualization).

  • Student age: 21+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree, IELTS from 6.5 (equivalent), resume, motivation letter, academic recommendations.
  • The result of studying: a master's degree, employment prospects in the profile area, the possibility of enrolling for a doctorate.
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06.09.2020 -05.06.2021
18+
from 21 000 £ / year

Short information about the program of basic higher education of a profile character, designed for 3 years.

Bachelor's program is offered by each of the faculties of the university. Educational programs in the fields of natural sciences, medicine, engineering, sociology and economics, law, and the arts differ in practical orientation. Bachelor's program provides for serious theoretical education of students and development of professional skills necessary for performing specific tasks in subsequent work.

  • Student age: 18+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for admission: the certificate or GCSE, IB, A-level , IELTS from 6.0 (TOEFL from 87).
  • The result of the studying: the receiving of qualitative base of academic knowledge, practical skills in the relevant field, the diploma recognized in most countries of the world, the opportunity to deepen knowledge in Master's degree.
07.09.2020 -10.06.2021
21+
from 24 000 £ / year

Short information about postgraduate education of the research profile.

The educational programs of the Master's provide for students' theoretical and practical education. The courses are distinguished by a narrow specialization. Each student must pass an internship in a specialized organization.

The most powerful in the preparation of masters in the university are the directions of business, arts (including performance, communication, visualization).

  • Student age: 21+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree, IELTS from 6.5 (equivalent), resume, motivation letter, academic recommendations.
  • The result of studying: a master's degree, employment prospects in the profile area, the possibility of enrolling for a doctorate.

International Foundation Year

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the program: 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, September
  • Level of education: high school diploma with good marks (GPA is not less than 4.0)
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.0 (at least 5.0 in the letter section)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: foreign citizens (not citizens of the European Union and Britain).

The International Foundation Year is a program designed for foreign students who need to "pull up" the level of English and bring their knowledge in line with the requirements of the University of Leeds and the British education system. To participate in the program you must have a complete school education and a certain level of English (if necessary, you can first take special English courses). Only foreign students can take part in the programs. Studying is conducted in two directions:

  • Business, law and social studies;
  • Science, Engineering and Computing.

Each direction includes a module body (disciplines), some of which are common, and some are subject-oriented. Themes of the modules have been carefully selected and designed so that each student has the opportunity to compile the most complete picture of knowledge and skills, and could decide on the choice of the future specialty of education. Each direction includes a module of academic English, where students actively work on the development of all major sections of linguistics and receive a unique opportunity to practice the academic language skills before entering the university.

Classes are conducted exclusively by highly qualified specialists who try to find an individual approach to each student. For the successful submission of material, different types of classes are used:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Interactive lectures
  • Group work and work in mini-groups
  • Individual work.

Throughout the studying, teachers carefully monitor the progress of students and help them to solve all the difficulties that arise. Assessment of academic performance includes such types of work as:

  • Exams
  • Group projects
  • Preparation and presentation of presentations
  • Essay and an extended essay.

After the successful completion of the program and the fulfillment of all the necessary requirements, students enter the first year of the bachelor's program at the University of Leeds for one of the available specialties.

Directions of studying, program content and available bachelor's specialties are:

Direction "Business, law and social studies".

1. Main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Introduction to the principles of economics. The module gives an idea of ​​the principles, concepts and models of microeconomic analysis. Students learn basic skills related to data analysis and assessment of economic issues. Topics are: basic economic principles and terminology, types of goods, supply and demand, elasticity, modern problems of the economy.
  • Advanced course of the economy. Topics are: macroeconomics, economic cycles, economic indicators and growth rates, inflation, unemployment, the balance of payments, fiscal and monetary policy.
  • Independent research. Each student performs his own scientific research on the topic chosen in consultation with the teacher. When preparing a project, a student must apply a wide range of different methods of work.

2. Object-oriented modules:

  • International relationships. The module gives an idea of ​​the main theories of international relations.
  • Introduction to business research. Students study the operational and strategic problems facing the enterprise in a modern market economy. This module examines the practical aspects of creating and running a business and analyzes external conditions that can have a significant impact on business success.
  • Advanced business research. Themes are: marketing, advertising and public relations.
  • Introduction to Accounting. The module program gives students an understanding of how to maintain financial statements, to work with accounting systems and prepare periodic financial statements for companies of various types and levels.
  • Introduction to law. The module is devoted to consideration of the principles underlying the legal system of England.
  • Additional module by right. Topics are: principles, issues and legislation relating to the contract and consumer protection.
  • Mathematics for business. Students develop basic mathematical skills, including algebra and statistics, learn basic mathematical principles and tools.
  • Introduction to British politics. Themes are: the British political system and its basic concepts.

The bachelor programs of the University of Leeds, available after the direction of "Business, law and social studies":

  • Actuarial Mathematics (BSc (Hons))
  • Business Economics (BSc (Hons))
  • Childhood Studies (BA (Hons))
  • Criminal justice and criminology (BA (Hons))
  • Education (BA (Hons))
  • Economics (BSc (Hons))
  • Economics and Geography (BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Management (BSc (Hons))
  • Environment and Business (BSc (Hons))
  • Environment and Business (BSC)
  • Geography (BA (Hons))
  • Geography (BSc (Hons))
  • Geography-Geology (BSc (Hons))
  • Geography and Mathematics (BSc (Hons))
  • Geography and Management (BA (Hons))
  • Geography and transport (BA (Hons))
  • Fashion Marketing (BA (Hons))
  • Human Resources Management (BA (Hons))
  • International Business (BSc (Hons))
  • International Business and Finance (BSc (Hons))
  • International Business and Marketing (BSc (Hons))
  • International Development (BA (Hons))
  • International Relations (BA (Hons))
  • Law (LLB (Hons))
  • Management (BA (Hons))
  • Management and Human Resources (BA (Hons))
  • Management and Marketing (BA (Hons))
  • Mathematical studies (BSc)
  • Middle Eastern Studies (BA)
  • Politics (BA (Hons) Politics)
  • Social and Public Policy (BA (Hons))
  • Social Policy (BA (Hons))
  • Social policy and crimes (BA (Hons))
  • Social policy and enterprises (BA (Hons))
  • Sociology (BA (Hons))
  • Teaching English as a foreign language (BA (Hons) ​​TESOL).

Direction "Science, Engineering and Computing"

1. Main modules:

  • English
  • Individual research
  • Introduction to pure mathematics. The module provides a basic knowledge of pure mathematics and its application.

2. Object-oriented modules:

  • Introduction to applied mathematics and advanced applied mathematics. The course introduces students to the basic knowledge of mechanics and lays the groundwork for developing mathematical applications in engineering, computer science and computer science.
  • Advanced course of pure mathematics. Themes are: direct and linear equations, set theory and probability, statistics, linear programming, indices and logarithms, and experimental law.
  • Mathematics for science. The purpose of the module is to develop and improve the basic mathematical skills of students, including algebra and statistics.
  • Introduction to physics. The module is aimed at obtaining basic knowledge in the field of atomic physics, materials, heat and gases, oscillations and waves. At the end of this module, students are able to apply the relevant laws of physics to solve problems in these areas.
  • Advanced course of physics. Topics are: electric current and charge, potential difference, resistance, transistors and amplifiers, electric fields, gravitational, magnetic and electromagnetic fields.
  • Introduction to chemistry. Topics are: equations and moles, atomic structure, introduction to oxidation-reduction systems, thermodynamics and gluing.
  • Advanced chemistry course. Students learn to present chemical data and ideas in a clear manner; disassemble the laws of the action of chemical reactions, and the main factors that affect them.
  • Introduction to Biology. Topics are: biological molecules, cellular structure, cell division, movement through cell membranes, enzymes and metabolic pathways.
  • Additional course in biology. Topics are: physiological processes, including cardiovascular, nervous, digestive and reproductive systems, control and coordination.

Bachelor's (and integrated magistracy) programs at the University of Leeds, available after the direction "Science, Engineering and Computing" are:

  • Actuarial Mathematics (BSc (Hons))
  • Aerospace Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Applied Computer Science (BSc)
  • Architecture (BSc (Hons))
  • Architectural Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Automotive (MEng, BEng Automotive Engineering)
  • Aviation technology with management (BSc (Hons) Aviation Technology and Management)
  • Aviation technology with pilot studies (BSc (Hons) Aviation Technology with Pilot Studies)
  • Biochemistry (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry)
  • Biochemistry (MBiol (Hons) Biochemistry)
  • Biological Sciences (BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences)
  • Biological Science (MBiol (Hons) Biological Sciences)
  • Biological Science (Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship) BSc (Hons) Biotechnology with Enterprise)
  • Biological Science (Biotechnology and Business) MBiol (Hons) Biotechnology with Enterprise)
  • Biology (BSc (Hons) Biology)
  • Biology and Entrepreneurship (BSc (Hons))
  • Biology and Entrepreneurship (Mbiol (Hons))
  • Civil construction and transport (BEng (Hons))
  • Civil construction and transport (MEng (Hons))
  • Chemistry (BSc & Mchem Chemistry)
  • Chemical and Energy Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Chemical and material engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Chemistry and Mathematics (BSc & Mchem)
  • Chemical and Nuclear Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Chemical Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Civil and Civil Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Civil construction and project management (MEng, BEng Civil Engineering with Project Management)
  • Computer science (MEng, BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (MEng, BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence)
  • Computing with high-performance graphic engineering (BSc (Hons) Computing with High Performance Graphics Engineering)
  • Computer science and mathematics (BSc (Hons))
  • Ecology and Biology of the Environment (BSc (Hons) )
  • Ecology and biology of the environment (MBiol (Hons))
  • Electronic and Communication Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Electronics and renewable energy sources (MEng, BEng)
  • Electronic Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Environmental Science (BSc Environmental Science)
  • Science and Food Products (BSc (Hons) Food Science)
  • Food and Nutrition (BSc (Hons))
  • Genetics (BSc (Hons) Genetics)
  • Genetics (MBiol (Hons) Genetics)
  • Geography (BSc (Hons) Geography)
  • Geography-Geology (BSc (Hons))
  • Geography and mathematics of the environment (BSc (Hons))
  • Geological Science (BSc)
  • Geophysical Sciences (BSc)
  • Human psychology (BSc (Hons))
  • Human Psychology (MBiol (Hons))
  • Mathematical studies (BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics (BSc (Hons) Mathematics)
  • Mathematics and statistics (BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics and Finance (BSc (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Mechatronics and Robotics (MEng, BEng)
  • Medical Biochemistry (BSc (Hons))
  • Medical Biochemistry (MBiol (Hons) Medical Biochemistry)
  • Medical Chemistry (MSc & Mchem Medical Chemistry)
  • Medical Engineering (MEng, BEng)
  • Medical Microbiology (BSc (Hons))
  • Medical Science (BSc (Hons))
  • Medical Science (MBiol (Hons))
  • Meteorology and Climate Science (BSc)
  • Microbiology (BSc (Hons))
  • Microbiology (MBiol (Hons))
  • Natural Sciences ((MNatSci))
  • Neurology (BSc (Hons) Neuroscience)
  • Neurology (MBiol (Hons) Neuroscience)
  • Nutrition (BSc (Hons) Nutrition)
  • Oil Engineering (MEng, BEng )
  • Pharmacology (BSc (Hons) Pharmacology)
  • Pharmacology (MBiol (Hons) Pharmacology)
  • Physics (BSc (Hons) Physics)
  • Physics (MPhys Physics)
  • Physics and Astrophysics (BSc (Hons))
  • Physics and Astrophysics (MPhys)
  • Product Development (BSc Product Design)
  • Sport and Exercise (BSc (Hons))
  • Sport and exercise (MBiol (Hons))
  • Sports and Psychology (BSc (Hons))
  • Sports and Psychology (MBiol (Hons) Sports Science and Physiology)
  • Sustainability and Environmental Management (BSc)
  • Theoretical Physics (BSc (Hons))
  • Theoretical Physics (MPhys Theoretical Physics)
  • Zoology (BSc (Hons))
  • Zoology (MBiol (Hons)).
     

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

  • Age of participants: from 17 years
  • English language level for participation: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in the letter section)
  • Level of education: high school diploma with good grades (minimum GPA 4.0).

DAYS OF TRIMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

Beginning of classes: January, September.

The academic year is divided into semesters:

1. Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 8 to April 27
  • Semester 2: from 30 April to 3 August.

2. Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 17 to February 8
  • Semester 2: from 11 February to 21 June.
Annual
17+
from 19 500 £ / year

The International Year One Program

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the program: 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, September
  • Level of education: high school diploma with good marks (GPA not less than 4.0) + 1 year of additional education
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in the letter section)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: foreign citizens (not citizens of the European Union and Britain).
  • International Year One is a special adaptation program for foreign students, which combines both the preparation for entering undergraduate studies and the first year of bachelor's studies simultaneously. Its undoubted advantage is that students do not lose time and after the end of the program they enter the second year of the bachelor's degree. Training lasts for two semesters, starts in January or September. If the student's academic knowledge is not enough to participate in the program, then he can enter the Foundation Year program, if the level of the language is insufficient, special courses can be preliminarily passed. At the moment, two areas of training are available:

  • International Relations
  • Biological Sciences.
  • Students study a combination of basic and subject modules, which are formed in such a way as to provide exhaustive knowledge in the chosen direction. Modules include:

  • English academic language. The module is aimed at developing the English language with regard to university education. Students actively improve their reading, listening, speaking and writing skills; great attention is paid to teaching students the correct and accurate presentation of their thoughts in English
  • Skills of research and training. The module includes the study of the professional skills required for university studies
  • Object-oriented modules. Includes a whole range of subjects / disciplines, the study of which is necessary for the chosen direction and further process of study.
    The subjects give a fundamental basis and help students easily and painlessly enter the second year of the university.
  • The participants of the programs receive all the necessary assistance and consultations from the teachers, pass an active process of adaptation to the university system of education and the way of life in the country. To control the progress, various sections of knowledge, exams, tests, essays, presentations and group projects are regularly conducted. If the program is successfully completed and all the necessary conditions are fulfilled, students enter the second year of the bachelor's degree at the University of Leeds for one of the available specialties.

    The direction "International Relations" (International Relations)

    Modules of the training program:

  • English
  • Skills of study and research in international relations. The course is aimed at adapting students to the British educational system, learning the skills necessary for academic and research activities in the field of politics and international relations
  • Introduction to international relations. The module focuses students' attention on the development of the state system and the traditional schools of thought in international relations
  • Comparative politics. The module develops basic knowledge of key elements of political systems, the conditions of their activities and problems. Students study books and texts on political processes and learn to analyze basic data
  • British policy. The module examines the political processes in Britain, the main issues and discussions in British politics since 1945 (and their influence at the national and international levels)
  • International relations after 1945. Topics: the main events in international relations, including the Cold War, European integration, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the phenomenon of international terrorism
  • Introduction to global politics. Topics: the historical context of global politics, key events in world politics from 1900 to 1999, the sources and consequences of globalization
  • Freedom, power and resistance. Topics: political theory, critical analysis of political views, political thinkers (Plato, Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Edmund Burke and Karl Marx)
  • Global economy and international trade. Topics: key issues, complexities and risks associated with trade in a global context.
  • Bachelor's programs, which are received by graduates of the direction "International Relations" (International Relations):

  • International relations (BA (Hons) International Relations).
  • Direction "Biological Sciences" (Biological Sciences).

    Modules of the training program:

  • English
  • Cell biology. The molecular basis of life is considered on a scale from atom to cells and tissues
  • Microbiology. Topics: basic knowledge of microbial life, methods used to study microorganisms, interactions between microbes and other forms of life
  • Fundamentals of Genetics. The introduction to genetics with an emphasis on cellular and molecular mechanisms
  • Introduction to neurology. Topics: central nervous system and brain biology, development, evolution and structure of neurons
  • Fundamentals of pharmacology. The module introduces students to the principles of how medicines can have beneficial and harmful effects on the human body
  • Physiology and Anatomy. Themes: different types of cells, human tissues, basic organs, body systems and diseases
  • Laboratory modules 1 and 2. Students are engaged in practical laboratory experiments.
  • Bachelor programs, for which graduates of the direction "Biological Sciences" (Biological Sciences):

  • Biological Sciences (BSc Biological Sciences)
  • Genetics (BSc Genetics)
  • Human psychology (BSc Human Physiology)
  • Medical Science (BSc Medical Sciences)
  • Microbiology (BSc Microbiology)
  • Medical Microbiology (BSc Medical Microbiology)
  • Neurology (BSc Neuroscience)
  • Pharmacology (BSc Pharmacology).

  • REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. English language level for participation: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in the letter section)

    3. Education level: high school diploma with good grades (minimum GPA 4.0) + 1 year of additional education.

    DAYS OF TRIMESTORS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

    Beginning of classes: January, September.

    The academic year is divided into semesters:

    1. Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 7 to April 12
  • Semester 2: from May 7 to August 3.
  • 2. Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 17 to February 8
  • Semester 2: from 11 February to 26 July.
  • The cost of training for the International Foundation Year is:

  • The direction "International Relations" (International Relations) = 16950 £ / 2 semesters
  • The direction "Biological Sciences" (Biological Sciences) = 16950 £ / 2 semesters.
  • Annual
    17+
    from 5 650 £ / semester
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