Faculty Leadership Team
School of Health & Community Studies
School of Health & Wellbeing
School of Rehabilitation & Health Sciences
School of Social, Psychological & Communication Sciences
Health & Community Studies
The School of Health & Community Studies provides research and education in health and social care. Our teaching is located in the workplace and we have strong links with employers across the region and overseas.
Health & WellbeingThe School of Health and Wellbeing has achieved worldwide recognition for research in Healthy Communities, Men’s Health, Childhood Nutrition and Obesity and health promotion.
Rehabilitation & Health SciencesThe School of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences offers a portfolio of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate courses and research opportunities. Our work is supported by several laboratories which provide up to date facilities for undertaking biomedical ‘bench’ research as well as behavioural research in human participants.
Social, Psychological & Communication SciencesThe School of Social, Psychological and Communication Sciences offers a wide range of exciting and challenging subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels which address the key psychological, social, political and interpersonal communication issues of today.
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.
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.
Is love the answer to suffering? New book explores love’s link with therapy
Can love heal the wounds of our past? A new book edited by psychotherapists at Leeds Beckett University explores the complex idea of love, the impact of a lack of love on our lives and how therapists can provide a substitute, or even cure, for this absence.
New film shows how Leeds homeless charity is transforming lives
A short film to showcase the life-changing work of St. George’s Crypt in Leeds, is set to be premiered at Leeds Beckett University on Tuesday 16 February. The film has been funded by an NHS England Celebrating Participation in Healthcare Community grant to highlight how involving people in their healthcare services can improve health and care outcomes.
Diversity and empowerment celebrated at Leeds Beckett Body Image and Eating Disorders Awareness week
A week of workshops, seminars and activism, including a public lecture by former Fashion Editor and Co-Editor of i-D magazine, Caryn Franklin MBE, is set to be held by Leeds Beckett University as part of its Body Image and Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2016.