Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)

Open Days

Meet us

We host an annual Masters Open Day at the Institute for Transport Studies. This is a fantastic opportunity to join introductory talks and learn more about our range of Masters courses. You will meet our Programme Leaders and find out about our programmes, available funding, scholarships and career prospects. This event takes place each year in spring.

The University of Leeds hosts a postgraduate open day where you can find out more about the range of taught and research opportunities Leeds has to offer. You'll have the chance to talk to our academic team about your subject interests, and explore the campus and our outstanding facilities. Find out more.



In addition to the Open Days held on campus, we run a number of webinars each year. These online events are intended for those who have applied or are thinking of applying for an ITS Masters degree.

Webinars are ideal for those not based within easy travelling distance of Leeds, especially international applicants. They are used to convey more detailed information about our courses and provide you with the opportunity to ask specific questions to staff members.

Recent webinars

Career and Employability Prospects for Transport Masters Students 2018 

The webinar was presented by the ITS Academic Employability Officer Dr James Tate and covered career and employability prospects for transport masters.

Watch a recording of this webinar here.

Admissions and Scholarships - Masters in Transport 2018

Dr Chandra Balijepalli speaks about scholarship opportunities, the admissions process and answers questions about studying a transport Masters at the University of Leeds.

Watch the admissions and scholarships webinar here.

Previous webinars

View the recording of our webinar that took place on  29 June 2017 here.

You can catch up with our previous webinars via the recordings below:

Link to Leeds - connect with current students

If you have an offer of a place at the University of Leeds, or are simply thinking about applying, the Link to Leeds scheme gives you the opportunity to find out what it’s really like - directly from current students.

The team of Link to Leeds ambassadors is drawn from many different countries and courses. The ambassadors are available to answer your questions and can be contacted in a number of ways: 

  • By email direct to an ambassador.
  • During a live chat session - register here.
  • By Skype call at a convenient time.
  • Via Instant messaging ­– see who’s online now and chat to them
  • Connect with Link to Leeds via Facebook, Twitter or the blog

The Link to Leeds ambassadors are here to share their experiences and answer all your questions -  all you need to do is choose which ambassador you want to contact.  To get started please select from any of our ambassador profiles or search by country or region, subject area or level of study.

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