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Student Support Services
The University has a student support network in place to ensure your learning experience is the best it can be. Visit the ‘Support’ tab in MyBeckett to see the full range of help and resources available. Some of the services which may be most useful to you are outlined below. Your course specific support is outlined in Course Information.
Library Support for Distance Learners
Our award-winning University Library has extensive online (and physical) learning resources, and provides a range of support services to students. The Library website provides a range of advice including short videos on finding and using library resources.
Specialist Academic Librarians are available to assist you in using library resources effectively, to give focused advice and to help you develop information and digital literacy skills. You will find the contact details for the librarian for your subject area in Course Information.
As a distance learner, you can contact the library’s “Offsite” service for help and advice. You may also be eligible to apply for SCONUL access to make use of other University libraries in the UK.
Offsite gives library and IT support to Distance Learners and students based off-campus. Please see the Library's Offsite webpages for more information. Here you’ll also find details of how to sign-up for Offsite postal loans.
The Student Advice Hub
The Student Advice Hub Team are here to support you throughout your time at university, from when you first begin studying with us, as your progress through your studies, through to graduation. They are able to provide information in relation to any element of university life that you might need help with. If the team aren’t able to answer your query directly, they will help you access the information or support you need.
They are able to connect you with your Student Support Network, including other teams within Student Services and across the University:
- Beckett Careers
- Disability Advice and Disability Assessment Centre
- Financial Services
- Library and IT Support
- Student Immigration Advice and Compliance (formerly International Student Advice)
- Student Money
- Student Wellbeing
- Students’ Union
You can make contact with the team by telephone or online.
To contact the Student Experience Team either call +44(0)113 812 3000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disability Advice is a friendly, confidential team who offer advice and guidance on any disability-related matters within our University. We encourage all applicants and current students to contact them to discuss support and facilities available.
Leeds Beckett University works hard to ensure that, as far as possible, it is accessible to a wide a range of students. We continually anticipate the general requirements of disabled people who experience a broad range of impairments and health conditions and build these into our policies and procedures. Nevertheless, we recognise that some students will require individual adjustments made to enable them to access our assessment, learning and teaching provision.
The University has a Disability Assessment Centre team where students can disclose their disability/impairment in confidence and discuss their reasonable adjustments with experienced Advisers who will then coordinate the arrangements for the adjustments to be made and provide advice and guidance to both students and academic colleagues on the requirements.
You can make contact by telephone or online.
The telephone number is: +44 (0)113 812 5831 and the email address is: email@example.com.
Jobs and careers
Our Beckett Careers is available to help you with all aspects of preparing for life after University including CVs, applications, interviews and much more.
You can make contact with the Beckett Careers team by booking an online appointment with them or via their social media accounts:
Leeds Beckett Students' Union advice service offers free, independent and confidential advice and representation to students. Professional advisers are employed directly by the Students’ Union to represent your interests – even if you are in dispute with our University.
Advice is available on a large number of issues including: academic problems, housing, money health and wellbeing.