Self-guided campus tour

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You can start at the Parkinson Building and follow the tour in order or choose your own route using our interactive campus map.

The building reference numbers correspond to a PDF version of the map which you can download from the interactive map.

Parkinson Building

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The Parkinson Building is the main entrance to the University of Leeds and a historic grade II listed building. The Parkinson steps are a popular meeting spot for students.

Inside the building you will find Leeds University Library Galleries where you can see items from our art collection, and the Brotherton Library which houses our Special Collections of rare books, manuscripts and archives.

Other facilities based in the Parkinson building include the Language Centre , IT clusters, a café and our main information point.

It's a prominent landmark in the city and the Parkinson Tower can be seen from across Leeds.

Brotherton Library

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Aerial view of the inside the main reading room in the Brotherton Library

Studying at Leeds will give you access to one of the largest research libraries in the UK, with over 2.7 million printed items and millions more online resources for study and research.

We have four libraries on campus. The  Brotherton Library  houses our arts and languages collections. It's home to our Special Collections of rare and historic items.

The round reading room was modelled on the British Museum and features a magnificent domed roof. It's an impressive independent study space, but also offers group study areas and computer clusters. The West Building , beneath the round reading room, is a modern space with IT facilities.

The outside of the Great Hall seen from the main entrance

The Great Hall is a beautiful building which is used mostly for formal occasions including graduation ceremonies, and events such as the Leeds International Piano Competition .

Next to the Great Hall is Baines Wing where you’ll find the School of Healthcare . Baines Wing and the Great Hall are part of the original Yorkshire College of Science and are the reason we’re referred to as a ‘red brick' university.

Behind you is the Michael Sadler Building which houses Languages, History and Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures .

Sir William Henry Bragg Building

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Named after a former professor who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1915, this new engineering and physical sciences teaching and research facility opened in 2021.

It contains some of the most advanced electron microscope technology in the UK for fabricating and investigating new materials.

It has been designed so that vibration from passing traffic does not interfere with ultra-sensitive laboratory instruments.

Laidlaw Library

The main entrance of the Laidlaw library as seen from across the road

The  Laidlaw Library was designed for undergraduate study.

There are bookable group work rooms and individual and accessible study spaces, all equipped with the power and high-end connectivity needed for laptops and digital learning. It also contains the recommended texts central to subjects studied at Leeds.

Flexible group study spaces allow you to work with other students on joint assignments and presentations.

Students’ Union

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At the heart of our campus is Leeds University Union  (LUU). It’s the go-to place for everything from support and advice, finding part-time jobs and meeting new people. With over 300 clubs and societies, it’s a hub for activity across campus.

LUU has a dedicated Help and Support team who offer free independent, confidential and expert advice to all students at Leeds. They can help with anything from budgeting advice to mental health support.

LUU is also home to the Refectory which serves a wide range of hot and cold food for 600 people, including students in our on-campus catered halls.

Esther Simpson Building

External view of the Esther Simpson Building. Students are sat on benches and stood chatting and smiling in small groups.

The Esther Simpson building is a new, flagship teaching facility, mainly used by Leeds University Business School and the School of Law but open to all faculties and their students. The learning spaces are designed for collaborative working and enable you to apply your knowledge to real-world issues.

Facilities such as trading rooms allow you to use real-time financial market information to practice trading in a safe environment. In the behaviour labs, you can observe and analyse human behaviour, using state-of-the-art observational equipment and specialist software.

Careers Centre

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Research and plan your future using our Careers Centre so you have the best chance of success in a competitive global graduate job market.

If you want to find a job or organise work experience, get advice on writing applications or interview techniques, or attend an event with recruiters, the Careers Centre can help you.

So whether you want to start your own business or work abroad, this is the place to get support and advice.

Sustainable Garden

A green path winds through the sustainable garden in front of the Garstang North Building (School of Geography)

At the University of Leeds, we are committed to embedding sustainability in everything we do.

Our Sustainable Garden is a space on campus for students, staff and visitors to enjoy quiet contemplation. You can also help cultivate an edible garden by taking part in our weekly gardening sessions.

From here you’ll see the Faculty of Biological Sciences which is located in the LC Miall Building and the Faculty of Medicine and Health in the Worsley Building. You’re also within reach of the Faculty of Environment in the Priestly Building.

Roger Stevens Building

Pond outside the Roger Stevens Building which has a metal sculpture high up on the outside wall

The Roger Stevens building has 25 traditional and digital lecture theatres.

Love it or hate it, the building is a great example of Brutalist architecture and is grade II listed. The flying bronze figure is one of the most striking sculptures on campus; the 'Spirit of Enterprise/Hermes' by William Chattaway.

The Roger Stevens pond is a Living Lab examining how refuges in urban areas can benefit biodiversity, and how urban emissions can affect water quality. Along with many species of plants and wildlife, the pond is home to our well-loved campus ducks.

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The Edge  is a fitness, sport and wellbeing complex on campus. It has state-of-the-art equipment, as well as a 25-metre swimming pool, 8m climbing wall and cycle circuit.

There are a variety of membership options available or you can choose to pay per session for a range of activities including exercise classes, indoor climbing and the 250-station Technogym. If you live in University accommodation, you will get off-peak membership included in your rent.

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Our international orientation programme will help you make the best possible start in Leeds. You’ll be able to join talks, tours and social events to help you feel at home and meet new people. 

International Orientation

What is International Orientation? 

International Orientation is the perfect way to find out more about the University of Leeds and about living in the UK. Whenever you arrive, we’ll help you:  

  • Find essential information and learn about opportunities to make the most of your time in Leeds.  
  • Discover our beautiful campus and vibrant city.  
  • Explore the experience of crossing cultures and adapting to change. 
  • Meet new people and start settling in.  

Read more about how International Orientation helped one of our students settle into life in Leeds.

When is International Orientation?

Online webinars will be available from Tuesday 20 August.

International Orientation week takes place from Monday 16 September – Sunday 22 September .

If you’re starting your programme in September 2024, arrive in time to attend our in-person International Orientation talks and join our webinars, campus tours, social activities and events. 

If you arrive after International Orientation week (16 – 20 September), you’ll be able to attend our live  International Orientation catch up session on Wednesday 25 September  and watch the recordings of our talks and webinars on demand. You’ll also be able to join events and social activities.

If you’re arriving in the summer to attend Leeds International Summer School (LISS), contact their team directly.

If you're a postgraduate researcher arriving before September , head to our Postgraduate research international orientation  webpage for resources and information on how to settle into campus life. 

If you’re arriving from September, then read on to find out more. 

What’s included in the Orientation programme? How can I book?

Our programme offers a variety of free activities including webinars on important topics, in-person talks, tours and social events where you can connect with fellow students.

Use our Orientation Schedule to help you plan your first few weeks in Leeds and to see what activities are happening on each day. Click on the following session titles to read the descriptions and for booking information.  

Early Orientation webinars

These early webinars will be useful for students who are looking for private accommodation in Leeds, and students who may require disability support.

House hunting in Leeds webinars

Tuesday 16 July, 12:00-13:00 (BST) –  Register on Zoom

Wednesday 14 August, 12:00-13:00 (BST) –  Register on Zoom

Are you looking for private accommodation in Leeds? Unipol  is a trusted, not-for-profit charity that specialises in private housing for Leeds students and postgraduate researchers. This webinar will teach you everything you need to know about finding good private accommodation in Leeds!  You’ll hear about: 

  • Areas in Leeds where students live 
  • How to find a good landlord 
  • How to find housemates 
  • Types of accommodation and what to look for 
  • Finance: what can you afford? 
  • How to check your contract 
  • How to avoid fraud and scams 

Watch the recording of the House Hunting in Leeds webinar on our accommodation page . 

Disability Support in Leeds webinar

Monday 29 July, 12:00 - 13:00 (BST) 

What is disability? How can the University help you to succeed in your studies? In the UK, “disabled” is a broad term that describes a variety of conditions, illnesses and impairments. Come along to this webinar with our friendly Disability Services team to find out more about the support available. You can ask questions anonymously before or during the session by going to and using the ID code 198-765-548.

 Join the meeting  on Microsoft Teams: Meeting ID: 382 390 336 717        Passcode: KT8vWC 

Welcome to Leeds Talk

Don’t miss your official welcome to Leeds as an international student! At this in-person talk, hear from staff and current students, ask them your questions, find out about getting started and explore opportunities to get involved and experience local life. We hope you’ll leave this session feeling inspired to make the most of the weeks and months ahead! 

Register for the Welcome to Leeds talk (16-18 September)

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Online Webinars

Book onto our insightful webinars which cover the following topics:

Money and Banking

How to open a UK bank account, money saving tips for student life, and important advice on avoiding fraud and scams. Join this webinar to gain the confidence to handle your money safely and smartly.

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Healthcare and Wellbeing

How do I register with a doctor and a dentist? What is a GP? What should I do if I’m ill? What’s covered by my visa? Find the answers in this session. You’ll also hear about support services and ways to take care of your wellbeing while studying at Leeds.

Register for the Healthcare and Wellbeing webinar

Staying Safe in Leeds (webinar and in person)

Gain essential knowledge to help you stay safe and avoid problems while enjoying student life in Leeds. We’ll share transport and personal safety tips, highlight important UK rules, and introduce the people and teams who can support you with any concerns.

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Register for the Staying Safe in Leeds webinar

Working in the UK During and After Studies (webinar and in person)

Join our Careers and Student Visa Advice teams for essential guidance on working in the UK. Explore part-time and post-study opportunities, visa requirements, and practical tips for finding employment. Keep checking back for more information about dates and registering.

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Register for the Working in the UK During and After Studies webinar

Disability Support

What is disability? How can the University help you to succeed in your studies? In the UK, “disabled” is a broad term that describes a variety of conditions, illnesses and impairments. Come along to this webinar with our friendly Disability Services team to find out more about the support available. You can also ask questions anonymously.

Register for the Disability Support webinar

Prepare to Study at Leeds

Join our Skills@Library team for an opportunity to reflect on your past learning experiences and consider how studying at Leeds may be similar or different. Explore essential study habits to improve your productivity and effectiveness, and chat with staff and fellow new students.

Register for the Prepare to Study at Leeds (for Undergraduate students) webinar

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Bridging Academic Expectations

Join our Skills@Library team to explore essential characteristics of academic culture. This interactive session will give you the opportunity to address differences between disciplines and levels of study, and will help you become more aware of how to navigate your studies with sound academic practices.

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City, Campus and Faith Tours and Activities

Explore our campus and the city of Leeds by joining our Leeds and You tours and interactive group activities.

Join our Muslim Faith Tours to find out about prayer spaces, discover where to find halal food, useful shops and places, and learn about different student societies to help you connect with your community. 

Please check nearer the time for more information about booking.

Embracing (Culture) Change Workshop

Settling into life in a new country is a big change! Don’t navigate the challenge alone! Join this in-person interactive workshop to share the experience with fellow students. Through guided activities we’ll explore ways to take care of yourself (and each other) as you adapt to cultural and lifestyle changes. 

Register for the Embracing (Culture) Change workshop

Culture Shock Comedy Drama

Join this fun live performance about adapting to life in the UK, presented by the University Chaplaincy team. Don’t miss this much-loved feature of our International Orientation programme! Keep checking back for information on how to register.

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Global Café

Global Café welcomes everyone from everywhere! Come and meet new and current Leeds students and postgraduate researchers, have great conversations and enjoy free refreshments. No need to book – just turn up to Common Ground in Leeds University Union between 17:30 and 19:30.   

Morning Welcome Activities in the Marquee

Come to the Marquee outside Leeds University Union each morning to enjoy free refreshments and fun activities, including games, crafts and ice-breakers. Get to know other students, make new friends and talk to our friendly Welcome Team staff. You don’t need to book, just come along between 10:00 and 12:00 during International Orientation Week.

Leeds University Union Activities

Check out Leeds University Union’s fun programme of activities including speed friending, afternoon tea and welcome parties, jazz and KPOP nights! You can also get involved in trips to York and the Harry Potter Tour. Keep checking back for more information about dates and times.

Leeds and You

Find out about the various events and activities taking place on campus and in Leeds during the summer, International Orientation Week and Welcome Week. Leeds & You also host events throughout the year to help you meet new people.

Fairs and Stalls

Look out for stalls and fairs inside and outside the Leeds University Union (LUU) building. Keep checking back for more information. 

For questions about our International Orientation programme or to cancel your booking, contact the event organiser .

How can Student Information Service help me?

As part of your International Orientation, you will have the support of our friendly Student Information Service , who are here to help you with processes you need to complete when you arrive, and any questions you have as you are settling in.

You can contact the team with any questions you have throughout your time in Leeds. They will be able to answer your questions or put you in touch with the right team on campus that can help you. You can call them, email them, or visit them at one of the Student Information Points on campus.  

If you don’t know who to ask, ask the Student Information Service .  

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Henry Moore statue gets a new home on campus

Henry Moore's Three Piece Reclining Figure No.2: Bridge Prop has moved to Chancellor’s Court on the University of Leeds campus.

A crane the size of three double-decker London buses was used to move the statue from Parkinson Court. The sculpture is now surrounded by the modernist and brutalist Grade II-listed buildings designed by Chamberlin Powell and Bon, which were built around a similar time to the Three Piece Reclining Figure. 

The statue is currently on loan from Leeds Art Fund via Leeds Museums and Galleries , a long-standing partner of the University.  

Layla Bloom, Curator at Leeds University Libraries Galleries, said: “His distinctive bronze is now complemented both visually and historically by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon’s glass and cast concrete architecture.  

“‘Bridge Prop’ sits beneath one of the flying walkways linking the Roger Stevens and Irene Manton Buildings, which also resonates with Moore’s original inspiration for the work: the view underneath Waterloo Bridge from the Embankment, which he thought evoked the form of a figure.” 

The sculpture was previously hosted in Parkinson Court outside the Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery .  

A crane moves Henry Moore's Three Piece Reclining Figure No.2: Bridge Prop. The photo is taken outside the Parkinson building.

The Three Piece Reclining Figure No.2: Bridge Prop sculpture is a part of the University of Leeds Public Audio Art Trail . This enables visitors to scan QR codes in front of each of the 21 sculptures, friezes and installations across the University estate to hear insights from experts, academics and the artists themselves.  

Layla added: “We hope that the Public Art Audio Trail will encourage people from Leeds and beyond onto our campus, to explore and interact with the incredible diversity of art and architecture here.  

“For students, staff and visitors alike, we think the wonderful variety of interviews that we’ve assembled will open a fresh outlook on our University environment, provoke contemplation and offer a deeper understanding of our growing collection of public art.”  

Three Piece Reclining Figure No.2: Bridge Prop 

The sculpture, made of bronze in 1963, comprises of three segments representing a human reclining figure. The second part of the name of the sculpture: bridge prop, is because a view from eye level produces a series of arches and bridges.  

‘Bridge Prop’ sits beneath one of the flying walkways linking the Roger Stevens and Irene Manton Buildings, which also resonates with Moore’s original inspiration for the work: the view underneath Waterloo Bridge from the Embankment, which he thought evoked the form of a figure.”  Layla Bloom, Curator at Leeds University Libraries Galleries.

Henry Moore was born in Castleford, Yorkshire in 1898. He is best known for his modernist sculptures inspired by the human body and natural forms.  

Following his service in the Army during World War One, Moore enrolled at Leeds School of Art (now Leeds Arts University) and then went on to study at the Royal College of Art in London.   

Following the Second World War, Moore began focusing on sculpture. His work was frequently displayed publicly, as Moore was passionate about civic responsibility. He grew an international reputation as an artist, hosting exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in 1946, Tate in London, 1968 and the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, 1972. 

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For more information, please contact Rebecca Hurrey at [email protected] in the University of Leeds press office.  

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Free physical maps of the Trail can be collected from The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery and The Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, in the University’s Parkinson Building. Each interview can be activated via a QR code on the label in front of each work, and the full playlist of interviews, plus Audio Description for each work, will be available to listen to via the University of Leeds Library Galleries Soundcloud . 

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Campus Reimagined offers an invitation to all of us. It’s your campus; it’s up to all of us to bring our ideas forward and create real impact. It’s an opportunity to think beyond buildings and facilities, to imagine how the campus can work better for everyone. But this can only happen if we’re all actively involved, working together in a truly collaborative way.

While Campus Reimagined will bring visible change, it marks the beginning of a continuing journey of improvement, an entirely new way of thinking that will allow our campus to keep on evolving in step with changing needs. The time to get involved is now, making the changes today that will create a sustainable legacy for future generations.

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