Hi, I’m Ryan and I want to give you my tips for making the most of your university Open Days!
In this blog, Oliver Bray, Head of Performing Arts at the university, looks at the performance of the Royal Wedding, the new Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry.
Work at Leeds Beckett? Passionate about home cooking and healthy eating? Then we've got just the thing for you!
Growing appreciation of the fundamental limitations of the detection-deterrence approach to anti-doping (e.g., limited effectiveness of tests) necessitate a shift in focus to doping prevention through education and training.
Hi, I'm Louie and I want to tell you about my experience of living at Mill Street in first year.
This year the Carnegie School of Sport has taken a step forward to ‘clean’ our procedures around the purchasing and provision of supplements for research and teaching projects. In line with guidance provided in the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science Expert Statement on Inadvertent Doping in Sport, we will only purchase batch-tested products (e.g., Informed Sport) where they are available.
Hi, I’m Ryan and I want to talk to you about my course – Creative Media Technology.
The School of Sport, through Carnegie Great Outdoors (CGO), has built an outstanding reputation for delivering bespoke support to wounded injured and sick service personnel through the BattleBack Centre at Lilleshall.
Four Leeds Beckett University academics have produced a report - South Asian Communities and Cricket (Bradford and Leeds) - on behalf of Yorkshire Cricket Partnership.
Hi, I'm Ellen. I want to talk to you about my volunteering trip to Thailand and what I'm most looking forward to.
Dr Simon Hale-Ross, law lecturer at Leeds Law School, Leeds Beckett University, writes on digital security.
Marie Curie Individual Fellowship Success - Rethinking the Health Experience and Active Lifestyles of Chinese Students.
Two senior academics in the School of Sport, Emeritus Professor Anne Flintoff and Dr. Beccy Watson, have won prestigious European Union, Marie Curie Individual Fellowship funding.
Based on the current estimates that 4.5 million UK children can be classified as either overweight or obese, the Government – after extensive lobbying – published a Childhood Obesity Plan in August 2016. It was met with severe disappointment all-round, including from the food industry.
Over the course of my work as an educator, often with very clever and experienced practitioners I have heard several saying the words; “but that might just be my bias”. These words have made me curious and so I thought it might be useful to explore what biases are.
The holidays will fly by - so make sure you make the most of them!
This month we’ve got three fantastic offers that will have your purses and wallets jumping for joy! So, Reward Cards at the ready, here they are…
Hi, I'm Jade. I came to study here at Leeds Beckett through Clearing, and it ended up being the best thing that could have happened to me. I'm going to tell you all about my experience in this blog.
Concerns about young adults' growing mental health problems and disengagement from university have been attributed to their declining resilience. This poses a serious challenge to every HE institute; all are facing a unique array of demands on services at a scale never seen.
Hi, I’m Holly and I’m going to tell you my favourite places to get vegan food in Leeds.
The big run is finally here, hours and miles of training completed and you have gels and trainers at the ready. Whilst a target time is in mind for completion, mostly you just want to complete it without premature exhaustion and without fatigue preventing you crossing the finish line. How do our bodies and minds execute this?
Hi, I'm Chloe. I'm going to show you what a typical day looks like for me as a final year Events Management student at Leeds Beckett.
During exam season, you're always so focused on revision and deadlines but it's important to have a bit of a break too.
Hi, I’m Jenny and I study Speech and Language Therapy here at Leeds Beckett. I’m going to show you my favourite places both on and off campus.
At university, there are so many opportunities and one of these is the amount of sport on offer, especially at Leeds Beckett!
At a recent Leeds Beckett Innovation Network event, Jamie Morgan, Professor Economic Sociology, spoke about the opportunities – and challenges – of the rise of Artificial Intelligence. In this post, he considers the impact of the forthcoming ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’.
Women’s increased participation in football has been dramatic. Football is now the number one participation team sport for women in many countries, including England (UEFA, 2016). However, despite their interest, young girls can still be reluctant to take the first steps to get involved.
Whether you want to accept it or not, exams are always going to be a tough and stressful time.
We’re a nation of coffee lovers who enjoy an estimated 5 billion hot drinks every year. But have you ever thought about what happens to your coffee cup after you’ve finished your flat white, latte or cappuccino?
After what feels like an eternity of a winter followed by weeks of torrential rain (not that we're ones for melodrama), there is finally some good news on the horizon - in the form of sun.
Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to congress last week highlights one of the key issues of our time - Data acquisition by digital corporations and its lack of regulation.
You’ve done the revision, you’ve kept (more or less) your promise to get an early night, now there’s just the exam to sit. But hang on, where is my exam? How do I get there? And what do I need?!
Hi, I'm Becky, and I have a collection of heart-warming friendship stories from our students here at Leeds Beckett.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potential impact for businesses was the subject of a recent Leeds Beckett Innovation Network event at the Yorkshire Post. In this blog post, Dr Abdulrahman Altahhan – who spoke at the event - considers the opportunities and challenges of AI.
Leeds is full of surprises, if you’re thinking of joining us in September of have even lived in Leeds for years here are some things you probably didn’t this wonderful city.
With only three weeks of semester two remaining, exams and deadlines are fast approaching.