Leeds Beckett University

With its origins dating back more than 100 years, Leeds Beckett is now one of the most popular universities in the UK with around 30,000 students.

Key Facts/Academic Strengths

More than £200 million invested in new state-of-the-art campus facilities, contributes £625 million to the city of Leeds economy.

90% of all graduates are in work or further study within six months of graduating.

Awarded the Quality Mark for meeting or exceeding expectations for quality and standards by the UK Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

Recognised as having World-leading and internationally excellent research following the most recent REF.


Rated among the top five university libraries in the UK with 24/7 access.

Cloth Hall Court offers Law students purpose-built facilities including a mock court room and skills suite.

Broadcasting Place provides teaching rooms, workshops and design studios equipped with the latest digital technology.

Carnegie Pavilion brings together teaching, world class cricket and hospitality.

International Student Community

The International Social Network at Leeds Beckett University keeps all international students up to date on social activities, clubs and societies, trips, job opportunities for part-time work and all other essential information about life in the UK.


Leeds Beckett University has two campuses – one based in the heart of the city centre and one three miles away in Headingley, home to a first class stadium which hosts professional cricket and rugby league matches. Leeds was voted the best UK University Destination by the Independent Newspaper in 2011 and is also one of the greenest cities in Europe. The city is served by its own international airport and is centrally located, only two hours by train from London.