We embrace individuality and believe our students are independent and in control of their future.
We are confident that we can take you to the next step in your educational journey or into employment.


What are the courses on offer?

There are lots of options available and this is a great chance to explore new possibilities and look at courses you might not have considered or even knew existed.

If you are not sure what the right choice for you might be then come along to our enrolment sessions and our friendly team will advise on the different routes available.



Enrolment Information

Main enrolment for 2018 runs from 23 August – 31 August.

Monday – Thursday 10am until 7pm

Friday 10am until 4pm

Closed Bank Holiday Monday 27 August

If you have already accepted your offer and haven’t had an invitation to enrol by 6 August, then give us a call on 0113 386 1997.

Printworks Campus
School of Business & IT | School of Computer Science
School of Engineering & Automotive Technologies
School of Travel, Food & Drink | School of Hair, Beauty &
Media MakeUp | Access to Higher Education (Business, Computer
Science, IT and Law) | Management & Professional

Park Lane Campus
School of Creative Arts | School of Enterprise, Employability & Events
School of Sport Science & Exercise | Access Foundation
Access to Higher Education (Engineering, Science and Sport)
Adult Courses | BTEC Science | Step Up to A Levels
Step Up to GCSEs | Progression Studies | Leeds Sixth Form

Technology Campus
School of Childhood & Education Studies
School of Health Science & Social Care | School of Public Services
Access to Higher Education (Health Science Professions,
Humanities, Social Science and Social Work)

If you are unable to make these dates, or want to find out more about enrolment and our courses call our enrolment hotline 0113 386 1997 or email courses@leedscitycollege.ac.uk

If you have just applied, once you receive your offer we will send an invitation for you to enrol by text and email. If you have any problems booking your enrolment slot, then give us a call on 0113 386 1997.

When enrolling you will need to bring:

  • One form of identification from the following: Passport, driving licence, official photo ID or national identity card/letter, utility bill, JCP documentation, benefit evidence, exam certificate from awarding organisation, debit/credit card.
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Copies of your examination results or evidence of qualifications

It is important to bring this information or you will not be able to enrol.


Apply today

If you haven’t already applied but would like to do so now, you can apply directly on our website, over the phone or in person.

Once you have applied you will be invited for an interview and will then receive an offer from your chosen department.

If for any reason we can’t offer you a place on a particular course then we will work with you to find an alternative.

Once you have your offer, all the information on the enrolment section above will help with your next steps.

16 - 18 coursesA level courses Apprenticeship courses Higher Education courses

why us

Reasons to choose LCC

Still need some convincing to accept your offer or apply for a place, here are just some of the reasons to choose Leeds City College.

Work experience

No matter what course you choose to study with us there will be work experience opportunities available, this is a great way for you to try out a job and develop your skills. Our work experience team work with you to find placement and volunteering opportunities, so you don’t have to worry about that.

There are also great opportunities to join our European work placements and experience working and living in a different country. Just some of the countries which our students have visited are Austria, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Italy, Malta and many more.

The expertise of our tutors

At Leeds City College we have tutors who are passionate about their subject, not only because they love to teach it but because they have first-hand experience of the industry. This is something which our college is proud of, our tutors have not always been teaching so they can offer real life advice on the careers you want to go into.

What could be better than an actual chef teaching you about restaurant quality cooking or an ex social worker teaching you about the health and care industry?

What’s more, our tutors don’t stop there, they want to continue developing their knowledge with professional development courses whenever they can.

Maths and English

We realise that English and maths are important and we make sure that if you didn’t get the grades you need after school, you can study them alongside your course at college. Our departments have teams dedicated to English and maths who run lessons built around your subject timetable.

Student Life

Your experience at college is more than just learning a subject then leaving for university, an apprenticeship or job, it’s about your experience. Student Life is an important part of the college with student events, trips and societies being a great way to meet people, socialise and build confidence.

Get active, get involved and join our basketball team or start your Duke of Edinburgh award, all great things to add to your CV.

We are proud of our students' union LCCSU, who won Student Union of the Year in 2017 for all their great work. When you are a student at the college you will have the chance to join them as the president, deputy or an ambassador helping with events in college.


Last but not least, we don’t just think we are a good college, Ofsted does too! This year we were awarded Good with ‘Outstanding’ features. Here’s just some of the things they were impressed with:

  • Our range of industry standard and innovative resources
  • The high quality and expertise of our teachers
  • Our inclusive environment ‘where all are welcome and diverse lifestyles and cultures are celebrated.’

A feature of the college which received Outstanding, was personal development, behaviour and welfare.

The report highlighted the following as the strengths of this area:

“Students take part in a wide and exciting range of enrichment activities. These help them to develop social skills, confidence and independence, and provide useful experience to take into their future careers.”

“Some students take part in high-quality work experience with a wide range of employers in the private and public sector, where they develop good skills for employment.”

“Initial advice and guidance are extremely effective in ensuring that students enrol on appropriate courses to meet their individual ambitions, as testified by the high and increasing proportion who complete their qualifications.”

“Once at college, students make very good use of the impartial careers advice and guidance available to make decisions about their next steps. As a result, progression into employment and further and higher education is high.”

“Students and apprentices feel safe and know how to keep themselves and others safe. They know how to stay safe online, including how to operate privacy settings, and they understand how to report any concerns that they may have.”

So, you don’t have to take our word for it, take Ofsted’s.


Extra Support

The college prides itself on being an inclusive environment and offers support services to students whatever their needs may be.

Here are a few of the main services used by students but if you have any specific questions regarding extra support then don’t hesitate to call us 0113 386 1997.

Financial support

At college, there are lots of ways we can support you with course-related costs, like travel passes, free lunches, college equipment, uniforms and much more. We don’t want financial barriers to prevent anyone from learning.

There are lots of support funds available to students of all ages, if you would like to know more then please ring 0113 386 1997 or visit the FAQs section of our website.

More information

You can apply for extra support, on our website:

More information

Mental health and wellbeing

There are lots of enrichment activities in college which promote healthy wellbeing and support positive mental health. These are promoted around college and it’s easy to get yourself signed up.

If you require extra support whilst at college we have specialist counselling and mental health officers who will work with you to assess your needs. Once you start college you will be told about all the services available and how you can access the support.

SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disability

Support is available to all students with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP)

The college offers a discreet provision for those who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities, aged 16-24yrs with an EHCP. Discreet courses are delivered from our Joseph Priestley Centre, Beeston. Courses are personalised to meet individual needs and work towards outcomes linked to further study, employment and supported living.

The High Needs team is committed to helping people with learning difficulties/disabilities to overcome the barriers within learning, identify strategies that will help them in adulthood, build on personal and social skills and to be fully integrated into the college community.

Students who do not have an EHCP but require some support will receive this through Universal (first teaching) and targeted support. You should apply for your chosen programme and discuss your support requirements at the interview.


We understand how important your choices are and how they affect your future,
which is why we are always here to help make those decisions a little easier.

Call us, email us, phone us or even drop by at one of our campuses and the team will do their best to guide you.


0113 386 1997