Our resources below, which you can explore in your own time, will give you an insight into studying arts and humanities subjects and what life is like for our undergraduate students.
A recorded package of undergraduate taster sessions to give you taster of life studying Languages at University. Find out more here.
A recorded package of undergraduate taster sessions to give you a taster of life studying History at University. Find out more here.
Activities and Masterclass briefs created by Saturday Club tutors and industry experts for you to take part in at home.
Throughout the year, undergraduate students engage in solo and group projects, making use of specialist studios and workshops. Explore examples of work by our students showcased at recent events in the School of Design and School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
Hosted by Broadcast Journalist Kim McAllister and featuring experts from across the UK, ‘Emissions: Impossible?’ showcases some of the most ground-breaking research and innovation in climate change, looking at fashion, food, transport, health, space, and more.
In this episode, Kim is joined by Dr Mark Sumner, Lecturer in Sustainable Fashion in the University’s School of Design to talk about our fashion choices and how the supply chain is changing. Listen here.
Online courses are a great way to gain insight into the subjects that you are interested in studying at university. The courses below are free, and have been created by academics at The University of Leeds.
Read our Ambassador profiles and watch our videos to find out from our students what it’s like to study arts and humanities subjects.
In our alumni videos, you can hear from graduates of the University and find out where their degrees took them! They talk about the skills they developed and the career paths they took.
Designed to support your teaching, these resources will help you to inspire your students to engage with arts and humanities subjects.
Our ‘What About..?’ Languages resource packs in Italian and Russian are designed to give students an introduction to languages and cultures which are less commonly studied in secondary schools. Find out more here.
Our Student Ambassador Talks for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 are designed to inspire your students to progress in the Arts and Humanities at University and beyond…
Delivered with the option of a live session or a pre-recorded talk and activity pack, your students will hear the benefits of studying languages, their journey to University, explore potential career pathways and gain a unique insight into student life. Our interactive and engaging talks are delivered by our specially trained undergraduate students, and are perfect for transitional, key decision-making stages, including pre-GCSE and pre-A Level/BTEC options.
A resource pack which includes a collection of teacher CPD films and classroom aids for supporting those teaching film and literature as part of the French, German and Spanish A Level curricula.
A presentation and poster pack for teachers to download, this set of fun and inspiring resources is designed to encourage students to think about the experiences and opportunities linked to language learning.
Have a look at some activities and resources that have been put together by Dr Alison Searle, an Associate Professor of textual studies here at the University of Leeds. Her article, which highlights how historical practices of pastoral care and holistic well-being inform the present, also comes with an activity sheet ideal for KS4 and 5 students.
The article was produced by Futurum Careers, a free online resource and magazine aimed at encouraging 14-19 year olds worldwide to pursue careers in science, tech, engineering, maths, medicine (STEM) and social sciences, humanities and the arts for people and the economy (SHAPE). For more information, teaching resources, and course and career guides, see www.futurumcareers.com.
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