Trinity and All Saintshttp://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/
The history of Trinity and All Saints dates back to the early 1960ís, when a plan was laid down towards the establishment of two catholic teacher-training colleges for Yorkshire. In 1966, Trinity College for women and All Saints for men were established which merged into a single institution in 1980. It was in 1991 that Trinity and All Saints was designated as a college of the esteemed University of Leeds and entered into a formal agreement with university of Leeds in 2001.
A Perfect Merger:
Since its inception Trinity and All Saints have come to offer various degrees and certificate courses of the University of Leeds. Seeing the demand for professional courses, Trinity and All Saints widened its degree programmes to include professional studies in management and media in 1974. The postgraduate division of University of Leeds, Trinity and All Saints was extended further to include journalism and Victorian Studies in addition to formal education. It also broadened its research areas and a number of single honours degree programmes were embarked upon in the 1990ís. The trend was more towards imparting a global pattern of education to enable students undertake the challenges of a global economy, society and polity.
Extra curricular activities are also given prime importance and the college can proudly boast of nurturing a bright future of more than two thousand plus undergraduate students. Two third of the students are female and are registered in different undergraduate, postgraduate and other degree programmes. In all, almost 30% of the students in University of Leeds, Trinity and All Saints are involved in programmes of formal education while 60% of them are carving out a career in media, management, psychology and other sports related subjects.
Every year University of Leeds, Trinity and All Saints organizes a centre for journalism, the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, the National School History Project and a Regional Comenius Centre. To encourage more international students participation University of Leeds, Trinity and All Saints have entered into exchange programmes and partnerships with various universities and colleges of Europe, North America and Far East.
Trinity and All Saints
Brownberrie Lane, LS18 5HD, Leeds
West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber Region
Tel: 01132 83 7100, Fax: 0113 283 7200