Leeds Beckett University is a reputable educational establishment in West Yorkshire; the campus area is right in the city centre. Leeds has one of the best Polytechnic and Mechanics Institutes in the UK. The facilities are great, and the staff is very cooperative and polite to students, not to mention the accommodation. Everything is well preserved and presented to the public. Their library is opened 24/7 for any student and faculty member that needs to research and study.
The city of Leeds itself is a unification of old and new with its own airport and rail links. So, getting to Leeds Beckett University via public transport should not be a problem.
By train and tube: Even though Leeds Train Station is served by multiple rail routes, it is half-hour drive from the University. When arriving at the train station, be advised to catch a bus (see below) to the destination.
By bus: Leeds public transportation provides easy and cheap access to anyone who travels by it. Bus stations are located near the Headingley train station and Carnegie station. The nearest bus stop is Portland Way, served by route 5. Woodhouse Lane, a few extra minutes away from the university is served by bus lines 1,6, 28, and 56.
By car: you won't miss the university if you follow A58 direction.
International: Leeds Bradford Airport is located to the north of the city and its connected with it by Otley Old Rd and A660. A cab will get you to your destination in about half-hour. Or, visitors can catch a direct bus to the city centre.
University offers free, up to 200 cars, parking. The campus offers additional parking spaces for people who hold a blue card permit.
Access for people with special needs
The campus takes care of its students and visitors, not matter their needs. The area is equipped with ramps and automated lifts for wheelchair users.