MSc Digital Video and Special Effects graduate Ayyappadas Vijayakumar worked as Visual Effects Editor on the film which took home the Oscar for Best Effects alongside awards for best cinematography and best sound mixing and has opened up about his road to success.
School of Built Environment expands Construction Informatics and Digital Enterprise research portfolio
Our research focuses on the investigation, design, development, deployment and use of digital technologies and solutions such as BIM, digital twin, big data analytics, IoT and Machine Learning, among others, to address various issues affecting productivity, sustainability and/or efficiency in the AEC industry.
The IMAGE project (Improving Employability of Autistic Graduates In Europe) led by Dr Marc Fabri aims to address this employment gap by focusing on the transition from higher education into the world of work, and the support universities and employers can provide during this transition.
Leeds Beckett secures £360k Erasmus+ grant to help young people make informed decisions when leaving school
Leeds Beckett University has secured funding for a new multi-national project that focuses on how best to support young people, predominantly from marginalized groups, as they plan to make the transition from compulsory schooling towards future positive destinations.
James Johnson graduated from BSc (Hons) Computer Forensics and Security in July 2016 with 1st class Honours. He took a place on the graduate training programme at NCC Group but was moved to the role of Security Consultant after only 3 months. James is now a Senior Security Consultant with the company.
Students on our Computer Forensics and Security courses attended a talk at Headingley Campus on Tuesday 8th October by the Yorkshire and Humberside regional Cybercrime Unit to find out about the potential graduate opportunities and internships available in this increasingly important area of work.