Faculty Leadership Team
School of Art, Architecture & Design
School of Built Environment & Engineering
School of Computing, Creative Technologies & Engineering
School of Cultural Studies & Humanities
School of Film, Music & Performing Arts
In Summer 2016 our students celebrated a year of hard graft with a display of their finest work at our Arts, Environment & Technology end of year degree shows. Members of the public, industry experts and more were invited to see top talent in subjects including Creative Technologies, Computing, Performing Arts, Dance, Music, Art & Design and many more.Find out more about our Showcase Top Talents
Art, Architecture & Design
The Leeds School of Art, Architecture & Design has practice at its heart. Whether working in our studio spaces in Broadcasting Place or working site-specifically, live projects and making are essential to everything we do.
Built Environment & Engineering
With close links to key accrediting industry bodies, we provide our graduates with access to full professional status. We have also achieved national and international recognition for research and consultancy.
Computing, Creative Technologies & Engineering
In the School of Computing, Creative Technologies & Engineering students and staff design, build and maintain the digital technologies which are central to 21st century life, work and leisure.
Cultural Studies & Humanities
The home of English Literature, History and Media at Leeds Beckett. Our very highly qualified and research active staff bring their subject passions to bear on the work they do with students.
Film, Music & Performing Arts
A close relationship with local, national and international industry professionals offers students valuable work experience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and enhanced opportunities on graduation.
BSc (Hons) Computing, 2012
I really enjoyed my final project for the showcase event - I met with a number of employers who watched my presentation and it led to my current job.
BSc (Hons) Creative Music and Sound Technology, 2008
"The music studios here are second to none. One of the things I enjoyed most was the opportunity to remix songs."
Leeds Sustainability Institute
The Leeds Sustainability Institute is a centre of research, informed and supported by business leaders, professional associations and community groups addressing the challenges of creating more sustainable places, communities and economies. Through the Institute a wealth of experience and skill is captured; with the potential to influence and shape the future via its networks and partners.
Centre for Culture and the Arts
The Centre for Culture and the Arts was founded in 2013. Located within the Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology, it brings together researchers from across our University working in the Arts, Humanities and Culture.
Cybercrime and Security Innovation Centre
The CSI Centre aims to improve and incorporate an evidence-based approach into the frontline policing of digital forensics and cybercrime investigations, and to advance human factors of computer security and forensics mechanisms and practice.
Research & Enterprise Brochure
View the faculty’s latest Research & Enterprise Brochure.
Leeds Beckett student crowned winner of national film competition
A Leeds Beckett film student has been crowned the winner of a national film competition, which aims to raise awareness of carbon monoxide (CO).
Leeds Beckett lecturer hosts free showing of Oscar-nominated film
Philip Robertson, Senior Lecturer in Cinematography at Leeds Beckett University’s Northern Film School, and Director of Photography for Shok, is set to host a free screening of the Oscar-nominated film.
Winners crowned at Leeds Sustainability Institute annual awards
The winners of awards celebrating research, innovation, sustainability and enterprise in the built environment have been announced by Leeds Beckett University.
INSIDE/OUT Lecture Series: Nathaniel Mellors
Nathaniel Mellors will open this year’s INSIDE/OUT lecture series with a screening of his 2016 film Ourhouse, Ep.-1: Time (2016).
Remembering “Firths Carpets”: Responses to Altered Landscape in an Ex-Industrial Community.
The second talk in the Leeds Cultural Conversations 2016/17 series which coincides with Older People's Day on 1 October 2016.
INSIDE/OUT Lecture Series: James Hoff
Flying in from New York City, the American artist James Hoff will be talking about his own art work and his publishing imprint, Primary Information. This visit has been made possible by our affiliate partner, the ICA in London.
Creating and Developing Coaches
Creating and Developing Coaches aims to inspire the next generation of football coaches. This event welcomes current and aspiring football coaches to Leeds United’s stadium to listen and learn about the footballing opportunities that exist in the Leeds area.
A one-day symposium exploring the past, present and future of sound, sound media and music in public art and social practice in Leeds.
50 years of Landscape at Leeds Beckett University
The Landscape Institute Annual General Meeting and Jellicoe Lecture 2016 is to be held this year at Leeds Beckett University and will coincide with a celebration of 50 years of landscape education at the University.