School of Psychology
School of Psychology
The School of Psychology at Leeds is one of the country’s leading institutions within our field, both for our teaching and our research.
We’re committed to delivering a superb and rounded education, enriching our students and preparing graduates to excel in their careers. This commitment is reflected in our outstanding research, which spans key psychological questions across international public health and social issues such as childhood development, ageing and stress.
Study with us
The School of Psychology at Leeds is a dynamic, research-based learning environment marked by excellence, innovation and partnership. Together we provide a vibrant and proactive learning community dedicated to making a contribution to society.
for psychology in the UK
Complete University Guide 2020
Teaching Excellence Framework
as the University of Leeds, 2017
World top 100 university
QS World Rankings 2020
Research and Innovation
We've developed an international reputation for our research expertise, tackling major psychological issues such as healthy living, childhood development, ageing and memory. Through our world-class facilities and leading research staff, we collaborate across the UK and the world to have a real impact on society.
Equality and Inclusion
The School of Psychology is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all our staff and students.
The Faculty Equality and Inclusion committee meets termly and is chaired by the Dean of the Faculty, Professor Paul Stewart. The faculty committee works closely with the University Equality Policy Unit to promote the University Equality Objectives.
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Professor David French: Developing, evaluating and implementing complex interventions into healthcare settings: The contribution of (health) psychology
A seminar by Professor David French from the University of Manchester. Room 1.33 - 1.34. Hosted by I Kellar.
Wednesday 11 March 2020, 14:00 - 15:00More on Professor David French: Developing, evaluating and implementing complex interventions into healthcare settings: The contribution of (health) psychology
A seminar by Emma Dominic from CANTAB workshop. Room 1.33 - 1.34. Hosted by H Nash.
Wednesday 18 March 2020, 14:00 - 15:00More on Emma Dominic: A workshop demonstrating the utility of CANTAB for cognitive research
Dr Trudi Edington: Integrating mindfulness and compassion into community, clinical and educational settings: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach
A seminar by Dr Trudi Edington from City University. Room 1.33-1.34. Hosted by L Dye.
Wednesday 25 March 2020, 14:00 - 15:00More on Dr Trudi Edington: Integrating mindfulness and compassion into community, clinical and educational settings: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach