We're here to support you in your studies and help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your course and beyond. You can take a look at some of our spaces via the University's virtual campus tours.
Before you join us you can take our LBU Study Ready module which provides practical advice on becoming an independent learner. Then, when you've enrolled as a student, the Study Smart module on MyBeckett will tell you more about what it's like to study at University.
You can also attend workshops and use web resources on topics such as critical thinking, maths and referencing or join peer supported study groups to continue to develop your academic skills.
Library and Student IT Advice is available 24/7 to help you use University systems, software and Library resources; access your email, modules, and timetables; sign up to Wi-Fi; save your work and be digitally secure. There is information on buying a device before you start University and when you’re enrolled you can access a free Microsoft 365 subscription.
Thousands of electronic books, journals, databases, newspapers and multimedia resources are easily accessible via our Discover search tool so you can find the information you need for your assignments. Your reading lists are available alongside your modules in MyBeckett and you can also view online guides created by our Academic Librarians, listing key resources for your subject.
Books can be borrowed from Headingley Library and Sheila Silver Library at City Campus and these also provide spaces for silent and group study. We'll also support you to study and work collaboratively online.