Terms and conditions of use
Leeds Beckett University's website (the 'Website') is offered to you, the user, as a free service. Your use of the Website is subject to these terms, conditions and notices of use. Your use of the Website constitutes agreement by you to all of these terms and conditions.
Copyright© Leeds Beckett University All Rights Reserved
All original text, code, images, design, graphics, sound and any other original content on the Website are copyright of Leeds Beckett University unless indicated otherwise. They are also protected by database rights.
Limitation on types of use of the Website
Within the University, staff may, in the course of their employment, download or copy material from the Website for the purposes of teaching, research and administration only.
Leeds Beckett University students may, for activities directly related to University studies or research, download or copy material from the Website for the purposes of learning and research only.
Outside the University, material from the Website may be downloaded or copied for personal, non-commercial use only. However, if you do make a legitimate copy of any Website material, you must retain all copyright or trademark notices featured in that material.
For any purpose other than personal non-commercial use, you may not reproduce in any form any part of the Website's contents (other than in the cache of your computer in the course of using the Website) without the prior written consent of the University. (In seeking consent you should first contact firstname.lastname@example.org.) Nor may you sell, modify, distribute, transmit, display, publish, license, transfer or otherwise process any Website material for any public or commercial purpose.
You may not use any applications which may cause harm to the Website.
You may not use the Website to imply an association with the Website or the University unless you secure the prior written consent of the University.
The University asserts its moral rights to the material in which it owns copyright.
The University has registered as trademarks the words:
Leeds Beckett University, Leeds College of Law, Leeds Law School, Leeds Business School, Carnegie, Carnegie Great Outdoors, Leeds Carnegie, China Ventures, Northern School of Film and Television, NSFTV, Northern Film School, Uni Ventures, LifePlan, Respondeco, Skills for Learning, Tackling Men's Health, Yorkshire Carnegie, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds Met, Leeds Met Carnegie, Leeds Metropolitan University Leeds College of Law, Leeds Metropolitan University Leeds Law School.
The University trademarks may be used only in applications approved by the University. They may not be used in any other context without the express written consent of the University.
The primary purpose of the Website is to provide information to users in relation to the educational services which the University provides.
Considerable care has been taken in compiling the material contained within the Website. The University believes it to be accurate at the time of its publication, but does not warrant that it is accurate or up-to-date and will have no responsibility for any reliance on such material.
The University reserves the right to withdraw or make changes to material on the Website at any time and without notice.
The University does not warrant that use of the Website will be free from virus contamination. Users are advised to take adequate precautions to protect their equipment from such contamination.
The University disclaims any and all liability to any third-party anywhere in the world (except for death or injury arising out of the negligence of the University and except for fraudulent misrepresentation) for any injury, damage or direct or indirect loss. Any warranties are expressly excluded to the furthest extent possible.
References and links to other websites
The Website contains a number of references and hyperlinks to other, separate websites, over which the University has no authority or control, and for which the University has no responsibility whatsoever. The University does not necessarily endorse, approve, give any warranty on, or have any association with any other sites (or their contents or operators) unless expressly stated.
No aspect of the Website forms part of any contract or agreement between any person and the University (other than these terms and conditions of use of the Website). In particular, all information provided on taught programmes of study and research opportunities is intended as advance publicity for information and guidance purposes only and does not constitute or imply a contract. You are advised to seek further information from the relevant faculty in order to confirm up to date details of any concerns which you may have.
Variation of the Agreement
The University reserves the right to change the terms, conditions and notices under which the Website is offered.
These terms are governed by English law. In using the Website you consent to the jurisdiction of the English courts in all disputes arising out of, or relating to, the Website.
This website is not yet fully 'accessibility' compliant. This situation, however, will be rectified in due course as we implement our institutional policy to make the site as accessible as possible to all users.
To ensure that you are able to use and view our site as we intended we recommend that visitors use version 7 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer.
If you do not have the latest versions please upgrade your browser
We recommend that this site is viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, or equivalent, preferred. Colour depth is best set to 'Thousands of colours'/16 bit ('Millions of colours'/24 bit preferred).
Last updated: 26 August 2012