Leeds University Business School is one of a small number of business schools globally to be triple-accredited and is ranked in the top 10 business schools for research in the UK (REF 2014). The School’s growing number of rankings and accreditations reflect an excellent teaching and learning experience, as well as a commitment to students’ future careers.
Alongside high-quality academic content, all Business School programmes focus on employability: 97.6% of graduates are in work or study six months after leaving the School (DLHE Figures 2017 Leavers).
Undergraduate students can specialise in business, while exploring other areas within the University through Discovery Modules. Students develop independent learning, research and analytical skills and learn how to apply these to real life business scenarios. There is also the option to apply for a work placement or a study abroad year in the third year.
The Business School’s Masters degrees combine high academic standards with practical application in today’s rapidly changing business environment. Students can choose from a diverse range of Masters courses in subject areas including: Accounting and Finance, Economics, International Business, Marketing, and Business Analytics and Information Management.
The Business School offers a number of scholarships, at all levels of study, for academically excellent students as well as those who will bring diverse and dynamic experiences to the School’s courses.