our campuses

Artist's/ Architect's Impression of the Leeds School of Arts building
leeds beckett university

a great place to learn

We are extremely lucky to have the best of both worlds with our two campuses here at Leeds Beckett. Both of our campuses house exceptional teaching and learning environments and will provide you with access to state-of-the-art facilities.

Our City Campus is made of up of multiple award-winning buildings with seriously impressive modern architecture. We’re located right in the centre of Leeds so it’s the perfect location for enjoying the variety of activities that the city has to offer. And, being in the heart of Leeds means there are plenty of employment and placement opportunities for students right on our doorstep.

The Rose Bowl

The exterior of the Rose Bowl main entrance, showing the triangles around the bowl

The Rose Bowl offers impressive teaching spaces, lecture halls, conference facilities and an outstanding local reputation as a business hub. It puts you at the centre of a dynamic business community in a city with a thriving job market.

Portland and Calverley

Leeds Beckett University sign of Portland Building

Over the road from the Rose Bowl you’ll find specialist health facilities designed to bring your learning to life. Our £1m clinical skills suite is packed with modern equipment that gives you hands-on practical experience, and our biomedical and environmental laboratories provide state-of-the-art scientific equipment.

Broadcasting Place

Broadcasting Place, from a distance through a tree

Officially one of the world’s best tall buildings and a big talking point in Leeds. Home to our art, design, architecture and built environment courses, it provides you with creative and contemporary learning environments, is packed with the latest technology and is a focal point for new and innovative thinking.

leeds school of art building

Creative Arts building by day

Work is currently underway to develop a new state-of-the-art building which will be the new home to the Leeds School of Art. The building will include a wealth of outstanding specialist facilities including dedicated studios, a 184-seat performance theatre, production suites and creative workshops.

leslie Silver building

Area for students to study and access advice with desks and lounge chairs

Leslie Silver is home to three lecture theatres and eight high-spec computer training rooms. It's also where you'll find our Sheila Silver Library, which has recently had a £250k makeover to give our students and staff a more effective and inspiring learning environment.

Our Headingley Campus is situated just outside of the city centre in the picturesque suburbs and is easily accessible by public transport with regular direct buses into the city. Headingley is an extremely popular student area. It has its own vibrant community with bars, shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. Our beautiful campus is full of green spaces, wildlife and historical buildings. It’s a wonderful contrast from the modern city campus, which is ideal as when you join us you will have the opportunity to enjoy both.

Headingley Campus

Abstract art in front of James Graham Building on Headingley Campus

Set in 100 acres of parkland, our Headingley Campus is less than three miles from our City Campus. It's home to modern sport science laboratories, animation and music studios, and the latest computing labs. It's where our main sport facilities are based including pitches, inside and outside tennis courts, and a running track.

Sports Facilities and Gym 

Image of male running on the track

Our Headingley Campus gives you access to a range of gym equipment and sport facilities including an outdoor running track, indoor courts, 3D pitch and strength and conditioning gym.

Carnegie Teacher Education Building

The School of Education Building on Headingley Campus

The new two-storey teaching facility is used solely by our teacher training courses. It contains a number of spaces which mimic real-life nursery and primary school settings.

carnegie school of sport building

The entrance Carnegie School of Sport building on Headingley Campus

Our new state-of-the-art building at our Headingley Campus provides an iconic home for the Carnegie School of Sport. It's also home to our highly specialist teaching and research laboratories.

James Graham Library

Students walking in front of James Graham building, Headingley Campus

Our iconic Grade II James Graham Building houses many of our lecture theatres, teaching spaces and studios as well as the James Graham Library. Our libraries provide you with access to a range of support and resources to support your studies.

If you’re new to Leeds Beckett or you’re considering studying here, [there are some] great things you can experience when you join the Leeds Beckett Community!

Let's do this together! When you come to Leeds Beckett, you’ll be part of a diverse community of students from around the world.

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Campus developments

investing in our future

Our mission is to ensure we use our knowledge and resources to make a positive and decisive difference to people, communities and organisations, and creating inspirational teaching and learning environments for our students and staff is key to this.

We are currently investing £200m in campus developments, which covers a wide range of projects across our campuses. These are significant developments to enhance and improve the infrastructure, and provide modern and state-of-the-art facilities for our students, staff and partners.

£45m state-of-the-art sports teaching and research building - open for 2020

explore our campuses at an open day

Open Days are a great way to find out about studying at Leeds Beckett University. They also give you the opportunity to see our incredible campuses and facilities. You'll get to talk to academic staff and students about the courses we offer and to explore student finance and support options.