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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Whatever your motivation for pursuing postgraduate study, here at Leeds Beckett we can support you every step of the way. Whether you want to enhance your chances for promotion, learn new skills for a change of career or explore a subject purely for the love of it, with more than 200 postgraduate courses we can help you fulfil your ambitions.
We're also committed to providing study options to suit you, offering online, part-time study and continuous professional development so you can decide where, when and how you want to learn.
We pride ourselves on our links with employers and industry. 97.7% of our UK postgraduates are in work or further study six months after graduating*.
We have been given a five-star rating for employability by QS Stars University Rankings.**
Many of our courses are accredited by leading professional bodies, ensuring they provide the latest industry knowledge and training.
We offer an impressive year-round programme of public lectures and seminars with recent speakers including Sir Keir Starmer, the Leader of the Opposition, Dame Kelly Holmes, a double Olympic gold medallist and a Leeds Beckett Honorary Graduate, and the legendary engineer for The Beatles and producer of David Bowie, Ken Scott.
* Source: Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016-17.
**QS Stars University Ratings
We are committed to providing the best facilities for our students. This starts with our £80m investment into a new state-of-the-art hub, for our Creative Arts courses. The new facilities will include TV, film and music production studios, a performance theatre and a Dolby Atmos movie cinema.
We’ve also invested £45m into a new home for the Carnegie School of Sport. This hub will be home to our highly specialist teaching and research facilities as well as acting as a base for elite athletes, sports and industry partners.
Our commitment to providing modern and outstanding facilities doesn’t stop there, with a further £75m being invested into our campus within the next five years.
In addition to this, we’ve been awarded a five-star rating for our existing facilities by QS Stars University Rankings. This includes are 24/7 libraries, which boasts over 200,000 resources available online. This means you can study at a time, and a place, that suits you.
As one of the most vibrant and eclectic places in the UK, it’s no surprise that Leeds is home to over 70,000 students. From our range of high street and boutique shopping arcades, or our electric nightlife to the serene open spaces and parks throughout the city, Leeds caters for all.
It benefits from a compact city centre which means getting around on foot is easy, but that doesn’t mean the city is small. Leeds can boast that it’s home to one of the biggest parks in Europe, Roundhay Park.
We offer Open Day events in March and November each year for you to find out about postgraduate study options at Leeds Beckett. You will be able to speak with academics, see course facilities and talk to specialist staff about everything from disability support to funding your studies.
Postgraduate study is now more accessible than ever thanks to the new government-backed loan scheme that is available for many of our Masters courses.
To find out which courses are eligible for the loan, as well as information on our tuition fees, discounts and other funding opportunities visit our website.
We are seeking to redefine the education and professional development of the children and young people’s workforce. We offer distinctive and creative programmes that are responsive to the changes taking place in society, focusing on the diverse skills required of modern professionals.
We are proud that our School’s heritage is built from the prestigious Carnegie College of Physical Training, established in 1933. This heritage links us to decades of successful alumni who are now leaders across national and international sport. Our partnerships with leading industry organisations enable us to include high quality practical experience to all our students.
At Leeds Business School, we believe in collaborative and practical learning. In order to succeed in business experience is vital. That’s why we provide our students with excellent technical facilities and the opportunity to build important relationships with established businesses across the industry.
Our Law School sits in the heart of the great city of Leeds, the most important legal centre outside London. It is perfectly placed to ensure all our students are able to mine the wealth of practical experience and employment opportunities available on our doorstep.
Our goal is to encourage individuality, to inspire creativity, and to create impact. Our principle of learning through theory and practice is enabled by deep and meaningful links with industry, community and the professions.
The quality of the professional experience and expertise of the staff in our school - and the unique industry links and connections they facilitate – will help you forge a meaningful understanding of how to plan, design, construct, protect and maintain the world around us.
Our work is focussed on those aspects of the health sector that contribute to the health of the whole body. Most of our courses are accredited by a professional body and our graduates have excellent employment rates in their chosen careers.
We attract staff and students with a passion for the arts and the humanities, and who want to immerse themselves in their respective subjects in a creative and collaborative environment. It’s about academic learning through a filter of real-world relevance, and active encouragement to bring cultural insights to bear on how we live, work and play.
Our courses are informed by the research of our academic staff and their engagement with progressive organisations, including major employers. Our alumni now hold leading positions at Manchester City Football Club, BBC Radio One, London's Olympia exhibition venue and Silverstone in the UK, as well as senior roles elsewhere in the world.
All of our academics have worked in health, public health or social care, and many still maintain their professional practice to ensure that we maintain a strong link between our teaching and the demands of the professional workplace. Many of our taught courses are accredited by professional bodies and supported by the latest academic thinking from our research centres.
We have a strong commitment to research led teaching and to supporting the development of our students as critical, creative and capable individuals, able to contribute to society as active and enterprising citizens and pursue successful careers.