City CampusSituated in the heart of Leeds, our City Campus is ideally placed. On our doorstep are hundreds of businesses and organisations that offer work placements and employment opportunities to many of our students.
Headingley CampusSet in 100 acres of parkland at Beckett Park, with easy access to Leeds city centre, our campus has a rich history and heritage.
Headingley Campus, which is less than three miles from our City Campus, has modern sport science laboratories, animation and music studios and the latest computing labs. It’s where our main sport facilities are based including pitches, inside and outside tennis courts and a running track.
The best way to find out about our campuses is to come see them in person. Get yourself along to one of our Open Days and take a closer look at what we have to offer.
QAA - UK Quality Assured
Gold Medal Award
HR Excellence in Research
Ranked second in the world for personal tutors
i-graduate Student Barometer, Autumn Wave 2016.
Our Library is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year
Our diverse community is made up of students from 143 countries and territories
We offer more than 140 undergraduate courses
See our courses here.
The percentage of all our graduates in work or further study six months after graduating
Source: Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2015-16. Includes all UK, EU and overseas postgraduate and undergraduates.
Our history stretches back almost 200 years
We have been given an overall four-star rating by QS, the international higher education benchmarking agency, in its five-star rating system
Book exploring global child welfare set to be launched at the House of Lords
A Leeds Beckett University academic has co-edited a new book exploring global child welfare
Leeds Beckett Marketing student reaches final three in industry competition
Final year Marketing student Tom Brown competed in the Chartered Institute of Marketing competition, The Pitch, which took place on Thursday 9 March.
Development programme to inspire future female leaders
Senior Lecturer Kate Dashper from the School of Events, Tourism, Hospitality and Languages, has set up a leadership programme to inspire and empower the current female cohort.
Join us at one of our open days, or attend one of our other on campus events
Lessons from the Frontline – Public Engagement and Local Health Systems
Professorial Inaugural Lecture for Mark Gamsu
Degree Apprenticeships 2018
Join us and speak to the academic staff who are developing and delivering our programmes and find out how our degree apprenticeships can help your business.
They Would Have Been Hanged
Join Professor Nick Hardwick as he explores the legal and moral issues surrounding the treatment of those who have committed the most heinous offences – offences for which in the past they might have been hanged.