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Get On Your Bike!

We’ve got some fantastic bike schemes available to our students to get you pedalling! Whether you want low-cost access to a bike via our cheap bike hire schemes or simply some help and support in getting your bike up and running, we’ve got plenty of options available.

Legendary Beatles engineer to give public Leeds talk

Ken Scott, the legendary engineer for The Beatles and producer of David Bowie, is set to present his first public talk as Visiting Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University on Wednesday 9 December.

New Leeds Big Screen partnership launched

The iconic Leeds Big Screen in Millennium Square has entered a new era through the launch of an exciting collaboration between Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council.

Making the Transition - Progressing to Higher Education

Nearly 600 pupils from 15 regional schools and academies celebrated their achievements and experiences gained while participating in Leeds Beckett’s Progression Module facilitated by our Access & Widening Participation Team, at three Certificate presentation ceremonies.

Students take the lead in charity dog walk

More than 20 BA (Hons) Events Management students from our University will be helping to run a dog walk on Saturday 28 November in aid of the Edward Foundation, a bulldog rescue charity.

Defining Leeds writers

In the second instalment of the (Re)Writing Yorkshire series, local writers A J (Andrew) Kirby and Richard Smyth discussed what Leeds does to writers and what writers, both past and present, have done to Leeds.

New book shines spotlight on the changing UK music festival scene

A new book investigating the evolution of the UK music festival has been published by a Leeds Beckett University lecturer and events industry expert.

UK Disability History Month 2015 - Portrayal of Disability: Then and Now

“It is our turn to document this history and to become agents of change within our communities”

Students enter prestigious international business case competition

A team of four students in our University’s Faculty of Business and Law have entered into the 21st annual Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Worldwide Case Competition, which is being hosted this year by St Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.

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