Leeds Beckett University is a modern professional university with ambition. They are located in the vibrant city of Leeds, which has the largest financial district outside of London, and their vision is to be acknowledged for our commitment to student success, innovation and enterprise, global reach, and strong local impact.

Leeds Beckett has around 2900 staff and more than 28000 students from almost 100 countries around the world.  The school has a 190-year history of education, which began with the founding of the Leeds Mechanics Institute in 1824.

Leeds is a multicultural city and home to 60,000 students, which is reflected in Leeds Beckett University’s diverse community – students from 144 countries and territories across the world choose to study here, in one of the most popular student cities in the UK. Degree courses at Leeds Beckett University are taught by expert academics who have close links with industry to ensure that you graduate with the skills, knowledge, professional accreditation and experience that is relevant to your future career. The Employability Team also offers a range of helpful careers services. The University’s two campuses have modern and industry-standard facilities and the latest technology where you can fully embrace your personal and professional interests. 


Why Leeds Beckett University?

Campus:  Situated in the heart of Leeds, the City Campus is ideally placed. There are hundreds of businesses and organisations in the city that offer work placements and employment opportunities to many of our students. 

Facilities: Students have access to inspirational teaching and learning environments include computing laboratories, sports facilities, laboratories, studios, and workshops. 

Location: Leeds is a modern, vibrant, and fun city that is easy to navigate and get around. Additionally, students will have access to one of the biggest city parks in Europe and a vibrant cultural center with plenty of like-minded students from both LBU and Leeds University.

StudyGroup: Leeds International Study Centre

Students who do not meet the entry requirements for Leeds Beckett University’s direct programs may be eligible to take a pathway program at the Leeds International Study Centre. Each program introduces students to the UK style of teaching while raising students’ academic skills, English language level and study skills. The International Foundation Year offers a choice of two academic routes depending on the students interests. Once a student completes their program and achieves the required grades, they can start their degree at Leeds Beckett University. ISC listings can be found on the main campus page Leeds Beckett University – Headingley Campus.