1. Immerse yourself
You’ll meet people who are also passionate about the subject that you love and spend all your time doing it, talking about and debating it with them.
2. A head for research
The university’s research has been graded 'world leading' or 'internationally excellent' in almost all academic disciplines and you could be a part of it.
3. Re-engage your brain
Studying at postgraduate is a different way of thinking. You’ll learn research skills and how to interrogate your ideas and the ideas of others.
4. Money made simple
If you’re under 60 and not already holding a Masters qualification you might be eligible for a government-backed postgraduate loan of up to £10,280.
5. Get clued up
Spend as much time as you need to in our 24/7 libraries or search our extensive online resources, wherever you are, to really explore your area of interest.
6. Re-invent yourself
If this is the first time you’ve admitted your burning desire to learn more about your subject it can be very affecting. Enjoy your 'me time'.
7. Be resourceful
You’ll never have access to this many free resources or have like-minded collaborators at your disposal again. Make the most of them.
8. Grow with us
It’s the perfect time to be joining Leeds Beckett. Over the next seven years we’ll be investing £200 million in our teaching estate, to ensure you have access to the best possible learning environments.
9. Embrace student life
All this activity can be very stimulating. We encourage you to make the most of it, get involved in peer projects, inter-disciplinary research, volunteering and all aspects of university life.