Leeds Beckett University
At Leeds Beckett University, we are delighted to be a "Friend in Headingley". We are a major part of the area's landscape and the grounds of our Headingley Campus at Beckett Park are open to everyone. It was the belief in the power of education to transform people's lives that led Leeds Council to establish the original Leeds College of Education on our Headingley site in 1912. This belief continues to lie at the heart of everything we do at the University. Today we have two large campuses and more than 28,000 students. Contributing around £500 million to the local economy, our commitment to the Leeds community is as strong as ever.
Image sourced from: www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk - photo of the Headingley campus
See also, Historic Headingley Campus
Leeds Beckett University (Headingley Campus)
Church Wood Avenue
Leeds LS16 5LF
+44 (0)113 812 0000
Visit the website here
Location and Maps
The site includes Beckett’s Park with open parkland and footpaths. Maps showing the paths and footways around the site are included here:
Leeds Beckett University is a great employer, employing nearly 3,000 staff in a wide range of roles.
The Library on the Headingley Campus is open to external visitors between 8.30am and 7pm, seven days a week.
Lectures and Events
Our guest speaker events are open to the public. Events are usually free to attend but you need to register in advance.
Conference & meeting rooms
Community organisations are welcome to book our conference and meeting rooms within the impressive Grade 11 listed James Graham building
A range of options from traditional Yorkshire fare to world foods, a coffee shop selling Fair Trade, fine roasted coffee, teas and hot chocolate are all available from the Headingley site.
We run a wide range of full-time, part-time and short courses covering a range of professions and languages.
We provide a wide range of sports courses, including swimming lessons for all ages.
Archive and Special Collections
The Archive and Special Collections of Leeds Beckett University are housed in the University Library on the Headingley Campus.
We are linked in with a wide range of volunteering projects and all current opportunities are included on our website
For contacts and arrangements about our Graduation ceremonies click below.
The Edwardian James Graham building with its beautiful parkland setting is the perfect setting for a summer wedding.