Both of our campuses have fantastic locations.
Our City Campus is right in the heart of Leeds, with some of the best shopping and nightlife in the country less than a five minute walk away.
Our Headingley Campus is just under three miles from our City Campus, and is just ten minutes’ walk from one of the best known student areas in the country. Headingley, with its countless bars, pubs and restaurants, is a great place to meet friends between lectures.
Our Headingley Campus has a rich and diverse history that goes back to Roman times. For centuries our campus was a family owned estate, which played host to visitors such as Oscar Wilde and Winston Churchill.In contrast, our City Campus has a much more recent history with numerous iconic buildings helping to define the skyline of one of the most dynamic cities in the country.
Our Headingley Campus is set in picturesque grounds. Many of our buildings look out onto the Acre, a grassy expanse that lends itself to snowman building in the winter and impromptu football matches in the summer.
At the head of the Acre sits the magnificent James Graham building, which houses both the library and the stunning Gandhi Hall. The library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the year.
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The Carnegie Sports centre is home to world-class facilities including a newly refurbished gym, athletics track and field facilities, weightlifting centre, 21 metre swimming pool, sports halls, floodlit synthetic turf pitches and an indoor Tennis Centre.
Eating out, eating in
A million miles away from school dinners, in the Food Court at our Headingley Campus you can choose from a large selection of foods, from Chinese to freshly made baguettes. The Food Court is also home to a coffee shop, the Carnegie merchandise shop and our campus shop where you can buy a selection of frozen and fresh food.
Your Students’ Union
The Students' Union bar is certainly one of the busiest places on campus. Aside from the obvious liquid refreshments available, the SU also serves food throughout the day and hosts regular events and themed nights.
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Accommodation on campus
Some of our students live on campus. Carnegie Village, which opened in 2009 overlooks the Carnegie sports centre and the running track.
Headingley Carnegie Stadium
Headingley Carnegie Stadium is just a short walk from our main Headingley Campus. It houses an education centre and state-of-the-art coaching facilities and technology.
Courses based at our Headingley Campus
The following courses are based at our Headingley Campus:
- Entertainment Management
- Interactive Media
It is not every university that can offer you the chance to study in the best tall building in the world. But we can. Our City Campus is home to award-winning learning environments such as Broadcasting Place, voted best tall building in the world in 2010. Other buildings include the Rose Bowl, home to our Business School, which was awarded Best Commercial Property Development in the 2009 Yorkshire Property awards. Just over the road from the Rose Bowl is the Leslie Silver building which houses one of our impressive libraries across five floors. The library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the year.
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Other buildings in our City Campus include the Electric Press, Old Broadcasting Place, the Northern Terrace, Queen Square House and Cloth Hall Court, home to our Law School.
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Entertainment & Music
The Met Bar is the Students’ Union’s flagship bar, and is the hub of student life at our City Campus.
The Stage is a 1,100 capacity music venue, which regularly plays host to some of the biggest acts in the industry - past performers include The Kaiser Chiefs, Nirvana and Bob Marley and the Wailers. More recently, performers have included Elbow, Julian Casablancas and Glasvegas. Every Friday the Stage runs a popular club night, called FUEL, bringing you the best in Punk, Rock, Metal and Emo.
The City Campus gym has a range of modern weight and cardio-vascular machines and its location on the fourth floor of the Woodhouse building ensures stunning views of the city whilst you are working out.
Our city campus Food Court in the Rose Bowl offers a wide range of hot and cold food, including a ‘deal of the day’ and a deli counter. You’ll also find a food outlet in our Leslie Silver building serving take away pasta and other hot food.
Courses based at our City Campus
The following courses are based at our City Campus:
- Accounting & Finance
- Applied Global Ethics
- Architecture, Landscape & Design
- Business & Management
- Civil Engineering & Construction Management
- Contemporary Art & Graphic Design
- Cultural Studies
- Economics & International Business
- Film, Television & Performing Arts
- Marketing & Retailing
- Public Relations & Journalism
- Social Sciences
- Surveying & Planning