The University of Leeds is a research university in the city of Leeds in West Yorkshire. It began life as the Yorkshire College of Science and incorporated the Leeds School of Medicine to become the Victoria University. In 1904, it received a royal charter from King Edward VII and became the University of Leeds. The university is a founder member of the Russell Group as well as being a member of the N8 Group for research collaboration and a number of other university networks.
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