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A newly signed international agreement aims to expand academic co-operation and collaboration and promote sustainability, enterprise and local development.   An agreement between the University of Leeds through...[more]

Successful innovation in our student recruitment and teaching has earned Leeds a key role in over £1 million worth of HEFCE-funded research. Two Leeds initiatives will benefit from the latest round of HEFCE Catalyst funding,...[more]

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The School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds has had another successful year in the 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject. The annual survey evaluated 3,551 universities globally, on a range of subject...[more]

As part of a newly signed agreement, two leading earth science institutes have committed to strengthening global research and collaboration.  The University of Leeds, through the School of Earth and Environment (SEE), and...[more]

The University is helping lead a high-level delegation to China this week, forging partnerships and opportunities between Chinese provinces and the Leeds City Region, Council, universities and business.  Joining the...[more]

Earlier this month (Friday 13th), saw a celebratory dinner held at the Metropolitan Hotel Leeds in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the MSc Engineering Geology course at the University of Leeds. The Leeds Engineering...[more]

Last week we were delighted to celebrate the graduation of our postgraduate students at a ceremony in the University's Great Hall. After the ceremony our Graduates enjoyed a reception in the School where they had a chance to...[more]

Climate change impacts are being felt the world over, but nowhere more so than sub-Saharan Africa. Even within this region, certain areas are particularly vulnerable and past research by CCCEP (Abson et al., 2012; Simelton et...[more]

Professor Stringer from the School of Earth and Environment has set sail to the Antarctic as part of the project ‘Homeward Bound’, which aims to highlight the lack of female leadership in science.[more]

A new £6 million project led by the University of Leeds is predicted to bring a £50 million benefit to the Yorkshire economy by reducing the costs and impact of water-related threats to the region.  Bringing together...[more]