On this page you can find more information on who to contact at the Business School.
Current student enquiries
If you have a question or need information you can contact our friendly colleagues in the Student Information Service. With a helpline, an email address and five information points on campus, we are here to help you navigate your studies, find out what you need to know, and we can put you in touch with the right people if more specialist support or advice is needed. So, call, email or visit us face to face.
Our Helpline Team are on hand Monday to Friday 9-5 pm.
- Call 0800 915 0402 (from inside the UK. This is a free phone number, and you won’t be charged for calling this from your mobile or landline).
- Call +44 (0)113 343 7000 (from outside of the UK)
You can email us at email@example.com
Our Information Points are open from 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.
- Maurice Keyworth building campus map link | Google map link
- Worsley building campus map link | Google map link
- Beech Grove House campus map link | Google map link
- Bragg building campus map link | Google map link
- Parkinson Building campus map link | Google map link
General Business School enquiries
- For undergraduate admissions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For masters admissions email email@example.com.
- For research degree and masters by research admissions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Graduate School
For current postgraduate researcher enquiries please email LUBSGradSchool@Leeds.ac.uk.
Contact our research office team by emailing research.LUBS@leeds.ac.uk.
We have a dedicated alumni relations team on hand to support our growing alumni community. Contact the team by emailing email@example.com.
Opportunities for businesses
For businesses looking to connect with the Business School through executive education, research, consultancy, or student opportunities, please visit our Working with Business pages.
Mia Saunders, External Communications and Campaigns Officer
Find us and building opening hours
For Sat Nav, please use postcode LS6 1AN to take you directly to the Business School. The Business School is on the corner of Clarendon and Moorland Roads. See below for parking arrangements at the Business School.
The Maurice Keyworth Building is usually open for students, staff and visitors from 08.00 to 21.00 on weekdays and 09.00 to 12.00 on Saturdays.
Parking at the Business School
For Sat Nav, please use postcode LS6 1AN to take you directly to the Business School. The Business School is on the corner of Clarendon and Moorland Roads.
Please be aware that visitor car parking is limited at the Business School and University. There are a small number of visitor spaces offered at the Business School on a first come, first served basis, by prior arrangement only before 16.30, by calling the Business School reception on +44 (0)113 343 6321. The spaces are situated in the Business School visitor car park accessible via Moorland Road.
Parking on the University campus
Visitors who would like to park on the University of Leeds campus during core parking hours (07.00–17.00) must arrange for a staff member to pre-book them a space via the online permit system. All pre-booked visitors must access the campus car parks via the main entrance on Woodhouse Lane (LS2 9JT) and inform the parking attendants of their name. Full details are available on the University of Leeds website.
Out of core hours parking (evenings from 17.00, weekends and bank holidays)
Visitors who would like to park on campus on evenings, weekends and bank holidays can park in either the Orange or Multi-Storey car parks, accessed from the main University entrance on Woodhouse Lane (LS2 9JT) for a small charge. Full details and parking tariffs are available on the University of Leeds website.
Alternative parking options
There is a public pay and display car park on Woodhouse Lane. Limited on-street parking is available in the neighbouring areas.
Leeds University Business School overseas
The University of Leeds has overseas offices in several countries including China, India, Japan, Malaysia and Nigeria.