Leeds Beckett University Announces Placement Courses for January 2020

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Leeds Beckett University Announces Placement Courses for January 2020

15 October 2019

Leeds Beckett University Announces Placement Courses for January 2020

Leeds Beckett University is a technical university in the UK’s northern, vibrant city of Leeds. With origins going back to 1824, the University is well established and provides more than 150 undergraduate and 190 postgraduate courses to study. Leeds Beckett has more than 24,000 students and a good graduate employment rate of 94.2%.

The University has announced three courses with placements running in January 2020 for students who wish to choose the sandwich route. This helps students with both their studies and getting a job after graduation, as well as gaining exposure, confidence and building contacts.

These courses are:

  •  MSc International Events Management 
  •  MSc Sports Events Management 
  •  MBA Graduate Master of Business Administration 

All the master’s programmes run at Leeds Beckett for a minimum of 18 months, even when following a non-placement route.

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  • Leeds Beckett University

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