Safety for students

Updated 10 September

Arriving at University

If you are a new student starting in September you will be given different arrival dates and times, so you will be coming to Leeds in small groups rather than all at once.

If you are joining us from outside the UK, you may need to self-isolate when you arrive. Check the latest UK Government rules and advice on self-isolation for people travelling into the UK. You can book our self-isolation support in advance . If you are staying in University allocated accommodation, you will not pay rent during this initial period of self-isolation.

Read more about safety in University accommodation

Registration and induction

Registration will be online. If you are an EU or International student you will also need to register in person when you arrive on campus. Online welcome, orientation and induction activities will help you settle into your new environment and get to know other people as quickly as possible.

Read more about how to register

Covid-19 testing

The University is hosting a coronavirus community testing centre at the Gryphon Sports Centre, open 8am-8pm every day as part of the NHS Track and Trace service. Anyone who suspects they have symptoms should self-isolate immediately and book a free test online, or call 119 if without internet access. In the event of a positive test, they must notify the University as soon as possible.
Book a free test online

Working together to stay safe

Please see our guidelines to help us work together to stay safe. This includes guidance on social distancing, face coverings and information about teaching in the 2020/21 academic year.

Remember, you can always access free professional and confidential wellbeing and mental health support if you need some extra help.