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Leeds and Manchester International Airport both less than one hour away.
To the capital...Only two hours to London.
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Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh all nearby.
Or further afield...Great links to Europe.
organisations provided our students with placements in 2017/18
of Leeds Beckett students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course.
Source: National Student Survey 2019
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 150 undergraduate courses
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The percentage of all our graduates in work or further study six months after graduating
Source: Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016-17. Includes all UK and international undergraduates and postgraduates.
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
A Leeds Law School Symposium on Prevent
Prevent is a pre-criminal stage, no one is prosecuted under it, and it is a multi-agency response to help those who are referred to it. However, suspicions remain that Prevent is another layer of state surveillance on suspect communities, a view not helped with the introduction of the statutory responsibility on those working in education, prisons and health to deal with individuals who behave or express terms that raise cause for concern.
Frugal innovation: Challenging austerity in primary schools
Dr Anne Temple Clothier will discuss her work with co-creation projects, the importance of parental involvement with their children's learning and how to encourage parents to access the school premises in a more meaningful way.
Yorkshire Sculpture International symposium
This symposium will critically reflect on the first Yorkshire Sculpture International with a day of talks by artists, curators, fabricators and educators.
Heritage Open Days 2019
Discover the people behind Leeds Beckett University’s historic campus and origins as a university. From the monks and landowners who developed Beckett Park at the heart of the Headingley community over 400 years, to the civic leaders who established our education provision in Leeds in 1824.
Blind Jack of Knaresborough: A Yorkshire man of vision
An exploration of the life and achievements of John Metcalf, a pioneer of the 18th century responsible for transforming the North's road infrastructure. This talk is part of Leeds Beckett University's Heritage Open Days.