School of Earth and Environment

International Students

Using computers for data modelling

The School of Earth and Environment has a long tradition of international students attending for postgraduate research degrees.  Currently over 25% of our cohort are from 30 countries outside of the EU, including North and South America; Bangladesh, Pakistan and India; Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Thailand and Zambia; China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka; Iraq, Libya, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Syria.

All students benefit from the large and diverse community of cultures studying and working within a premier Russell-group University. The University has excellent study, sport and leisure facilities.  There is a Student Union with a wide variety of societies available to all students. The Union also offers student support information, job link, shops and sports. Leeds city is dynamic and welcoming to different nationalities.

The University is committed to providing an excellent level of service for overseas students and boasts extensive academic support services including an International Office and a Language Centre and Skills Centre. The University International Office offers a wide range of student welfare services, including immigration advice, a medical centre, welfare advice and counselling and a whole range of additional services.