Faculty Leadership Team
School of Education & Childhood
School of Events, Tourism & Hospitality
School of Sport
School of Education & ChildhoodThe School of Education and Childhood is committed to helping you grow throughout your career, providing you with access to the latest research in the areas of teaching, learning and educational leadership.
School of SportThe School of Sport, with its 75 year history, has a strong reputation for excellence within sport related studies. Research and consultancy activities underpin our teaching, with academic staff being recognised as experts within their fields.
School of Events, Tourism & HospitalityHome to the UK Centre for Events Management, we are the leading provider of events education in Europe. Our academics and events professionals have developed world-class courses - providing our graduates with excellent career prospects in the sport, arts, music, conference, exhibition, and charity sectors.
BA (Hons) Sports Marketing, 2009
I did my two week work experience as part of my course, and then continued to work for the company in my spare time which gave me invaluable experience.
BA (Hons) Events Management, 2012
Being creative was always in Megan's nature so when she was looking to do her university degree, this was always something she wanted to factor in.
Leeds restaurant samples new test kitchen at Leeds Beckett
A popular Leeds restaurant has become the first commercial venue to use Leeds Beckett’s new test kitchen facilities.
Leeds Beckett students set for Six Nations action
Three Leeds Beckett University students are set to represent their countries in the opening fixtures of the Six Nations Rugby Championship.
Drama day brings Spanish culture to life for local school pupils
A group of year eight school pupils from Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds paid a visit to our University’s Performance Studio last week to practice their Spanish and try out theatre acting at the annual Spanish drama day.
CeASR Seminar: "The consequences of living in prison for male prisoners’ weight and body image"
Whilst inequalities in health and lifestyles persist, prisoners as a group often experience particularly poor socioeconomic circumstances and lifestyles prior to conviction. This seminar will addess the particular challenges embodied in supporting them in accessing appropriate care and making positive changes to their health.
Winifred Mercier Public Lecture 2016: What is a Teacher in the 21st Century and What Does a 21st-Century Teacher Need to Know?
Winifred Mercier Public Lecture 2016 by Professor Ian Menter
Carnegie Conversations: 'A Collaborative Approach to Developing Yorkshire's Talent' with Andy Rock, Dr Ben Jones and Dr Kevin Till
Andy Rock was appointed Academy Director at Yorkshire Carnegie in 2014. Dr Kevin Till Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching and Dr Ben Jones Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology will discuss various aspects of talent identification and development in youth rugby players.
Carnegie Conversations: 'Has Football Really Moved On From Racism?' Emy Onuora and Professor Kevin Hylton
Author of Pitch Black: The Story of Black British Footballers, Emy Onuora will examine how black people have been excluded from positions of power, authority and decision making within the game. Professor Kevin Hylton will host the event and an audience question and answer session.
Carnegie Conversations: 'The Lives and Careers of Women as Sports Coaches: The Voices of the Coaches' Dr Leanne Norman
Dr Leanne Norman, Senior Research Fellow in Coaching from Leeds Beckett University has worked with a variety of sporting organisations to improve gender and racial equality within their coaching and athletic workforce. With a panel of high performance sport coaches they will discuss their career pathways and personal journeys.