How to steal an education

15 Feb

How to find Leeds university lecture information online:


Post graduate:

These links give you access to the module catalogue. Here you can find  time tables, reading lists and other module information.

Other course information can be found on the university of Leeds website under the faculty and school you’re interested in.

Course information such as course packs and module documents are usually only available on the VLE, Virtual Learning Environment, however it is usually possible to get these resources by going to the office of the department and asking for a paper copy. Say that you are having problems with the VLE and need the documents. If they don’t have a paper copy ask if they wouldn’t mind transferring it to a usb stick for you.


If you’re going to start going to lectures it should be fairly soon, otherwise eyebrows will be raised.


Interactive map of campus:

Give credit where credit is due but  don’t forget to replicate and share.

Lots of the texts required can be found here:

Property is theft, intellectual property is absurd, sharing is Expropriation

This is a work in progress please feel free to add more advice in the comments.


One Response to “How to steal an education”


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