Working in partnership

Working in partnership

with the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies

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Working in partnership

The School of Languages, Cultures and Societies is proud to work with organisations across Leeds, the UK and the rest of the world. The size of our School allows for relationships between subject areas to develop into outstanding opportunities, events and projects for students, staff and people living in the city of Leeds. 

We host public events year-round including talks by public figures and academics, our alumni return to campus to network with our current students, and our work with educational engagement allows us to support language study in schools and colleges across the UK. 

The cultural branches of the governments of Spain and Portugal - the Cervantes Institute and the Camões Centre - are based on campus and host a number of cultural events and academic activities. We also work with The Institut Ramon Llull, a public body who support Catalan language studies at international universities.

Some of our staff are members of the Foreign Language Assistants Committee and work hard to support language study in higher education.

Are you a teacher or advisor wanting to raise awareness of higher education? We work with schools and colleges across a range of arts and humanities subjects, either on campus or in schools.

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Providing easy access to academic experts and their research, high quality facilities and equipment. Nexus is designed to help you to accelerate business growth and find competitive advantage.

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We aim to increase research collaborations with creative sector partners, to widen cultural engagement and participation and to build the skills of Leeds students.

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Our Faculty Employability & Placements team supports students to gain experience and insight into industry through talks, internships and projects. Have an opportunity? Complete the form below.

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