City universities to battle for Leeds Varsity sporting honours6 October 2015
Follow all the action live as Leeds Beckett University and their city neighbours, the University of Leeds, engaged in a sporting battle to be crowned this year’s Varsity champions.Read more
Leeds Beckett study shows barriers remain to BME communities participating in sport and physical activity6 October 2015
A study undertaken by researchers at Leeds Beckett University has revealed that people from Black and other Minority Ethnic (BME) communities still face barriers to participating in sport.Read more
Our upcoming events
‘It's not all Sequins and Bikinis? Power, Performance and Play in the Leeds and Trinidad Carnival.’
The Midnight Robber, in his black sombrero adorned with skulls and coffin-shaped shoes, is a mysterious masquerade character from the Trinidad carnival. He exemplifies many of the practices which were central to Caribbean carnival culture - resistance to officialdom, linguistic innovation and the disruptive nature of play, parody and humour.
Thinking Dance 2015: Questioning the Contemporary
A Symposium: rethinking process, practice and product in twenty-first century contemporary dance practice.
Undergraduate Open Day
Our Open Days are a great way to find out why we are one of the most popular universities in the country. It's your opportunity to see our incredible campuses, talk to staff and students and find out everything you need to know about student life.
Post-Capitalism 2015: Rethinking Crisis, Culture, and Politics
The beginning of the twenty-first century has been turbulent and traumatic, with a global Financial Crisis, a prolonged depression, and deep cuts in public spending under the aegis of 'austerity'. How can we emerge from this period as a fairer, more equal society?
Post-Capitalism 2015: Paul Mason Talk and Film Screening of Boom Bust Boom with a Producer Q&A
We know that our world is in the process of seismic change, but how can we emerge from the crisis a fairer, more equal society?
Postgraduate Open Evening
Our open evenings are a great way to explore your options and talk informally with teaching staff, specialist advisors and current students.