Leeds Trinity University Enterprise Centre

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Trinity Enterprise Centre

​​​​​Ever thought about starting your own business or working as a freelancer? Got a business idea that you’d like to set up? Or looking to develop your enterprise skills towards a graduate job?

The support and advice provided in the Enterprise Centre has given me the opportunity to start my own business.​ ​

​Trinity Enterprise Centre supports our students and graduates to develop their business. You’ll get the opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss solutions and work together. We provide:

  • information about business start-up and working freelance
  • space to work on your business with access to IT facilities, specialist software and resources
  • meeting rooms
  • experienced business mentors for specialist support
  • workshops on topics such as marketing, social media, finance and legal issues
  • opportunities to network
  • information about ways to fund a new business

Contact us

Whether you want an initial discussion, to ask a question or more information, our Careers and Employability Consultant, Philip Williams, will be able to help you on +44 (0) 113 283 7151 or enterprise@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

Follow us @LTUEnterprise and on the Leeds Trinity Enterprise Centre Facebook group.

 Leeds Trinity University

Leeds Trinity University is a public university in the town of Horsforth, West Yorkshire, England, which offers foundation and undergraduate degrees, as well as postgraduate qualifications. Previously known as Leeds Trinity & All Saints, the institution became a university college in 2009 after gaining the right to award its own degrees, and was granted full university status in December 2012.

Leeds Trinity is ranked in the top 15% of UK institutions for teaching quality (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016), and in the top 10 in the UK for student satisfaction with feedback and assessment (The Guardian University Guide 2017). Overall satisfaction from students is at 81% (National Student Survey 2016), with 100% satisfaction in some courses such as Business and Management, English and Media. 95% of the University’s graduates working or studying 6 months after graduating. (HESA Destination of Leavers Survey 2015)