News & Events
Film students and staff collaborate to unleash Book of Monsters16 November 2017
A new action-packed horror feature film has been produced by Northern Film School staff members with help from a team of students and graduates.
Lecture to explore what reality TV is doing to us1 November 2017
A public lecture that will explore the links between reality television and weight and age stigma is set to be held at Leeds Beckett University.
Leeds Beckett University’s Haunted History31 October 2017
Leeds Beckett University is marking Halloween by releasing spooky stories about its haunted history.
More research needed to help men with depression31 October 2017
More needs to be done to understand the growing problem of male depression; that’s according to researchers at Leeds Beckett University who have carried out a study into the issue which has been published in the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.
New arts research centre launched at Leeds Beckett20 October 2017
A new research centre which brings together creative practitioners and academics involved in the arts has been launched at Leeds Beckett University.
New work-based professional courses launched at Leeds Beckett17 October 2017
A suite of new personalised, work-based, courses for current and aspiring professionals are set to be launched at Leeds Beckett University.
England World Cup call up for former Leeds Beckett student13 October 2017
A former Leeds Beckett University student is set to represent England as they chase World Cup glory in Australia.
Leeds Beckett Professor announced as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences13 October 2017
A leading scholar in the field of leisure studies, and world leader in the development of leisure theory, has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS).
Professor Bligh Scholarship recipient announced9 October 2017
Since 2012 Professor Bligh has supported students at Leeds Beckett financially and mentored them over the course of a year. This year Donald chose Sheree Smith to receive his expert support and £1000 scholarship.