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Look after yourselves and each other

For some of you this will be the first time you have lived on your own away from home or in a large city like Leeds. Our University has a whole range of support, information and advice to help make sure you have a healthy and safe time here.

Haven't received your student loan?

Read on to find out what to do next, and where to go for any other financial concerns you might have.

Chief Executive of Leeds City Council among Leeds Beckett guest speakers

Devolution, The Northern Powerhouse and the effect it will have on the region will be addressed by Tom Riordan, Chief Executive of Leeds City Council, in the first of a series of public guest lectures organised by Leeds Beckett University.

Black History Month events

Find out what’s going on across our University for Black History Month this year…

Leeds Beckett event to explore the history of the Congo Free State

An event to explore the languages, media and cultures of the Congo Free State under King Leopold II in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century is set to be held at Leeds Beckett University on Saturday 10 October.

Creating 'Russianness' in the UK

A new book offering a fresh perspective to how Russian-speaking migrants create a sense of ‘Russianness’ through the use and display of material objects in their home has been published by a Leeds Beckett University lecturer.

(Re)Writing Yorkshire

Yorkshire - a place known for its strong sense of ‘county before country’ – is the focus of a new series of public seminars organised by Leeds Beckett University and The Leeds Library.

100% satisfaction for International Relations course

Our BA (Hons) International Relations and Global Development course team is celebrating after achieving 100% student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) results for the second time in three years.

Could you volunteer as a Sighted Guide?

This autumn, the Guide Dogs organisation are seeking volunteers to support partially sighted or blind people in the Leeds area. Second year Language Studies student Jodie Champaneria tells us how staff and students can get involved in making a real difference to somebody’s life.

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