Leeds Beckett University is one of the most popular universities in the UK with a history dating back almost 200 years. They offer more than 150 undergraduate and 190 postgraduate courses – all of which are designed to help you achieve your career goals.

Leeds Beckett aims to give you a top-quality learning experience and our impressive facilities are one of the many reasons why more than 23,000 students study at their two Leeds campuses.


Leeds Beckett is continually investing in their course facilities, ensuring you have the equipment and resources to prepare you for your future career. Their learning environments will provide you with lots of opportunities to put your skills into practice. These include:

  • Clinical and biomedical labs
  • Business and media suites 
  • Sports science and exercise laboratories  
  • Creative spaces and studios
  • Technical labs for engineering and computer forensics
  • Law course simulation room 


Located in the centre of the United Kingdom, Leeds is one of the best cities in the UK to live and study. The thriving city is perfectly placed so you can easily travel to other parts of the UK and Europe.

Leeds has the largest finance and legal district in the UK outside of London and with such easy access to London, many large organisations locate their offices in the city.

With plenty of nightspots, bars and cafes, Leeds is a student friendly city with many events geared towards the 60,000 students that reside in the city. 

As a Canadian student studying in Leeds, you will receive a warm welcome – Leeds is a truly international city with many people from around the world making it their home.   


As a Canadian student, you may be able to gain a scholarship of £1,000 to £3,000 off your tuition fees. This will depend on the course you want to do – ask your Across the Pond advisor to find out more.

For more information about applying to Leeds Beckett University, please contact one of our Across the Pond Advisors.

Student population: over 23,000

Number of international students: 2,000

City population: 750,000

Location: North of England – 45 minutes from Manchester and 2.5 hours from London

Closest airports: Leeds/Bradford and Manchester

Cost of tuition per year: from £12,000 per year (2020/21)

Accommodation cost: £99-£245 per week


The university offers scholarships to which all international students can apply. Contact your advisor for more information. If you do not yet have a personal student advisor, please get in touch with an Across the Pond Advisor or use the form on this page to request one.


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