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Our fabulous, state-of-the-art resources and libraries offer you the best possible opportunities for proving your talent and your potential. You’ll be able to produce work which meets or exceeds the demands of modern practice in art and design. Not all our studios and facilities are included above in the virtual tours, these are just a sample.
Our workshops and studios are equipped to industry standards, and are run by highly skilled staff who contribute significantly to our teaching. Studios are open on a Saturday and workshops have a drop-in facility so you can carry on working in your own time.
Over 65% of the district is greenbelt land, so there are plenty of trees and green spaces to enjoy. Leeds is less than 20 miles from the Yorkshire Dales national park, which offers some of the most spectacular scenery and countryside in Britain—ideal for when you want to escape and go walking, canoeing, climbing, mountain-biking, or exploring.
Halls of residence
Carlton Hill, Leeds LS7- This is a Unipol Managed property, consisting of 51 self contained flats and town houses, each with their own front door. Centrally located 8 mins walk from the College. The College has a specific allocation for Leeds College of Art students consisting of 42 rooms. Rent for Carlton Hill is approximately £113.22 inc £6 energy supplement pppw standard or £115.45 with £6 energy supplement pppw deluxe with a deposit of £225 required.
Liberty Park, Marlborough Street, Leeds—This new student development offers modern facilities including en-suite rooms, a shared kitchen and lounge area, internet access and 24-hour security. Rent for Liberty Park under Leeds College of Art nominations is approximately £122 per week inclusive of utility bills as well as internet and en-suite with a deposit of £200 required.