Professor Ieuan Ellis, Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor
Welcome to the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences. Our innovative courses provide students with an exceptional learning experience through high quality research-informed teaching. Following recent major investment in our estate, we provide outstanding new specialist teaching and learning facilities and our library is open 24/7. Our experienced staff possess a wealth of professional and academic experience and engage in research which is recognised as being nationally and internationally excellent. The Faculty works in strong and effective partnerships with a wide range of regional employers across the health and social care sectors, providing work-related placement learning opportunities and ensuring high-levels of graduate employment.
Faculty Leadership Team
School of Clinical & Applied Sciences
School of Health & Community Studies
School of Social Sciences
CPD / Clinical Skills & Simulation
Continuing Professional Development
We recognise that every business needs to be adaptable, informed and agile in order to remain efficient and effective in times of constant change. We offer a host of development opportunities that will keep you and your staff up to date with the latest industry knowledge, skills and innovative practice.
From one-day refresher courses to longer-term masters qualifications, we’re confident that we’ll be able to meet your desire to learn, practise and progress.
We welcome the chance to work with employers to develop training packages to meet workforce needs across the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Practice Learning and Employability Unit
A placement is an excellent opportunity to improve employability and job prospects. Each year we help provide up to 3,500 placements for our Health and Social Sciences students.
We also provide support and guidance for our academic groups who are developing placement partnerships, plus training across all professions for mentors and practice educators to enable them to provide effective support for our students in practice.
Our Research Institutes and Centres provide the environment for growing a research culture, demonstrating our expertise of international excellence from across the University. This collaborative approach helps us to provide solutions to important issues of a modern society.
The Institute for Health and Wellbeing exists to foster the next generation of research and knowledge in specific areas relating to the health of individuals, communities and nations.
The Centre for Applied Social Research is an exciting University-wide research centre that undertakes research across the social sciences.
The Centre for Biomedical Science Research consists of a diverse group of biomedical researchers working in areas relating to human disease and wellbeing.
BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences, 2009
The tutors made learning really relaxed; they were easy to approach and really happy to explain areas where I wanted to know more.
BSc (Hons) International Relations & Global Development, 2012
The course allowed me the freedom to explore how charities are run and how ethics are imposed within the organisation.
Report reveals the state of men’s health in Leeds
A report which puts the spotlight on the health of men in Leeds is being published today by health experts at Leeds Beckett University.
Project aims to help those experiencing mental health distress
A Leeds Beckett University student is set to launch a project which aims to come to the aid of those experiencing mental health crises in the city.
How aware are you?
How aware are we of the world around us? Do we all perceive it in the same way? These are some of the questions that a Leeds Beckett University researcher is seeking to answer by asking the public to complete a questionnaire.
The Changing Face of Learning in Practice SLIP Conference (5th Annual Conference)
Are you involved in supporting healthcare students in practice? Do you want to share your experiences?
Whole Systems Obesity National Conference
This conference aims to share emerging outputs from the Whole Systems Obesity Programme as whole systems working continues to emerge globally as a more constructive approach to combatting complex, multi-dimensional challenges.