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of Leeds Beckett students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course.
Source: National Student Survey 2019
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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 photographic exhibition depicting unlit bonfires and their teenage guardians, exploring the history, traditions and community associated with structures we ritually set on fire.
Beckett Choir - rehearsals
Festival of Politics and International Relations 2019
The annual Politics and International Relations Festival, organised by the University’s Politics & International Relations academic group, is a week-long festival of events taking place at City Campus.
Who's the Radical? Militarisation, Conscientious Objection, and the Significance of Context
This lecture will focus on feedback from the Israeli antimiliatrist group New Profile regarding their work in recent years and discuss ways in which militarism can subvert and colonise vocal protests against it.
BE KIND 2019 WRAP-UP EVENT
We're delighted to be hosting the fourth and final 'Be Kind' event of 2019.
Working together to tackle serious violent crime
Join Leeds Law School as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire shares his experience around harnessing support to tackle serious violent crime. He will highlight the challenges around identifying the key issues, tackling causes and not just symptoms as well as funding, competing priorities and understanding what a ‘public health approach’ means.