Welcome to business co-creation, not just business education. Welcome to Leeds Business School
At Leeds Business School, we believe in collaborative and practical learning in order to guide and encourage motivated and forward thinking graduates. In order to succeed in business, we know that valuable experience is vital. That’s why we provide our students with excellent technical facilities and the opportunity to build important relationships with established businesses across the industry.
Located in the prestigious Rose Bowl building in the city’s thriving financial and business district, we offer a range of innovative and varied courses covering subjects including business and management, HR, accounting and finance, PR, journalism and marketing.
Dyson and Branson survey reveals the formula to success
Business leaders reach the top aged just 39, according to new research by Leeds Beckett University and specialist recruitment company Pareto Law.
Gaming business entrepreneur puts success down to Leeds Beckett course
An entrepreneur and Leeds Beckett University Business School graduate is expanding his global gaming business, and puts down his success to his time at the university.
Leading economist to lecture on UK economy and Brexit
Life after Brexit will form part of a Leeds Beckett University lecture by one of the region’s leading economists.
Fraud and Corruption in Business
Chris will talk about fraud within business and how, as a forensic accountant, his work sees him involved across a range of commercial activities. His presentation will draw on actual cases, what was involved and steps taken to flush out and resolve such occurrences.
Degree Apprenticeships 2018
Join us and speak to the academic staff who are developing and delivering our programmes and find out how our degree apprenticeships can help your business.
A World View on Yorkshire – What Could The Chinese Ever Do For Us Tykes?
Learn how to manage the complexity of managing across-borders and cultures with insights and advice from Jon Geldart who has worked internationally for more than 20 years in areas such as Latin America, Africa, India, Eastern Europe and, most recently, China.
They Would Have Been Hanged
Join Professor Nick Hardwick as he explores the legal and moral issues surrounding the treatment of those who have committed the most heinous offences – offences for which in the past they might have been hanged.