The UK is one of the top study destinations for students from EU countries. Located in the centre of the UK, Leeds is easily accessible by air, rail and road. Our city centre railway station has amazing links with the rest of the country including cities such as London, whilst Leeds Bradford International Airport provides easy access to continental Europe and beyond.
What can I study?
Leeds Beckett is one of the largest universities in the UK. We offer more than 200 postgraduate and professional courses, so no matter which subject you are interested in we can help you raise your game and achieve your career ambitions.
Our University has a fantastic mix of modern award-winning learning spaces and beautiful parkland with historic buildings dating from 1752. We are dedicated to offering first-class learning environments and facilities on both our City and Headingley campuses.
Financing your studies
A postgraduate course is a big investment in your future. Our tuition fees and the way you choose to pay can vary. Discover more about your options.
Improve your English
Improving your English can vastly enhance your employability. Whatever subject you're interested in, we'll give you all the support you need. We offer a course to support your academic English and study skills, as well as helping you to adapt to life and culture in the UK. Our English Language Courses include:
International Masters programme
Our combined academic English and Masters course is designed for non-native speakers of English, including applicants from the European Union. In year one, in addition to English, you will also study modules in the faculty of your chosen Masters. In year two, you will study the Masters course of your choice. For the full range of programmes available please the International Masters course page.
Study postgraduate course in one year
One of the advantages of study at Leeds Beckett is that most of our postgraduate taught programmes take just one year to complete, saving you money on tuition fees and living costs. You can search our range of postgraduate programmes by using our online prospectus. Alternatively, if you're interested in a Masters of Research or a PhD programme, please visit our research pages.
For the majority of postgraduate courses we would require you to have an undergraduate degree, however the entry requirements vary from course to course. All entry requirements for our postgraduate courses can be found on our online prospectus.
For the majority of Postgraduate courses we do not have a set deadlines as there can be different start times throughout the year. Instead, we will continue to accept applications until the course is full. Therefore we would always recommend applying as early as possible.
Please be aware that some professional qualifications and postgraduate courses in the areas of Health and Education have an application deadline. If you have any questions about application deadlines, please get in contact with a member of the course enquiries team by emailing the Admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 0113 812 3113.