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The University of Leeds is located in Leeds City, the capital of West Yorkshire, England, which enjoys the reputation of “God’s County” in Yorkshire, England, with beautiful scenery and many places of interest. The campus covers about 1,230 acres and the main campus covers about 98 acres. The architecture of the University of Leeds combines Gothic, Renaissance, brutalist, and postmodern styles, adding to the campus’s historic diversity. The school is a short walk from the city centre and popular student neighbourhoods (Hyde Park, Woodhouse and Headingley). The main entrance to the campus by car is on Woodhouse Lane (A660), near Parkinson House.

Parkinson building

In Parkinson House is a Grade II listed building and bell tower named after the late Frank Parkinson, who oversaw many new construction projects since 1936 and was a major patron of the University. These commitments eventually led to the official opening of the Parkinson Building (Parkinson had donated 200,000 pounds to the park) on 9 November 1951. The tower is a well-known landmark in Leeds, being the 17th tallest building in the city, and is used in the University logo and as a symbol of the university.

Morris Keworth Building

The Business School at the University of Leeds is housed in a renovated 19th century building (known as the Morris Keyworth Building) which once belonged to Leeds Grammar School and is located on the west side of the University of Leeds campus. The university is also building more modern buildings in the area around the business school, known as the Innovation Centre, at a cost of £9.3 million. The building is 4,350 square meters in height over three floors. The third floor houses the innovation center.


The Great Hall, where graduation ceremonies are held, is one of the most famous buildings on campus, alongside the Parkinson Building and numerous Grade II listed Brutalist buildings. The Great Hall was built on a site in the Beech Grove Hall estate, and was purchased by the then Yorkshire College when it joined Victoria University in 1879. It was later demolished in 1884 to become the site of the Clothworkers building of Baines Memorial and Auditorium. Designed by famed Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse, the buildings are made of red pressed brick and a Bolton Wood stone dressing with Gothic college accents. The cost of the building was £22,000, partly raised through a public appeal, and served as the university library until the Brotherton Library was opened. The auditorium is now mainly used for exams, meetings and graduation ceremonies.