Unis know that grades can be influenced by a range of factors, so to make the processes fairer, some unis offer something called contextual admissions. This is where the university considers any barriers you may face, and will either reduce their grade requirements or give extra consideration when deciding whether to give you an offer.
We are committed to raising aspirations and widening access to Higher Education, ensuring high quality education is available to all individuals, regardless of background, who have the potential to succeed.
The Progression Module is a structured off-the-shelf HE and employment preparation programme for all sixth form and college students.
Access to Leeds is our undergraduate widening access programme. It could offer you the chance to study an undergraduate degree with lower entry requirements than listed on our course pages. If you participate in the scheme you will take part in a study module and you will benefit from support and events to help prepare you for university.
The Progression After School Club is a widening participation initiative that is part of the Leeds Arts University’s Access and Participation Plan, approved by the Office for Students (OfS). It provides aspiration and attainment raising opportunities for young people who are in receipt of free school meals, looked after young people (LAYP), disabled students, black or minority ethnic students or young people who live in an area of low participation in higher education.
The Progression Module is a year-long structured programme which aims to support students in Year 12 in their preparation for both higher education and employment.
The Reward Scheme Residential is a three-day, two-night summer school held at Leeds Trinity University each summer.