London South Bank University (LSBU) is one of London’s largest and oldest universities, known for working to a high standard and providing a quality service to all. Located minutes from the centre of London, LSBU has been preparing and developing students for their working lives for over 125 years.
With strong employer links and numerous partnerships, all LSBU courses are professionally accredited or developed in partnership with relevant professional bodies. Teaching is designed with industry partners, with placements and work experience to give you a head start in the working world.
Why study at LSBU?
- University of the Year for Graduate Employment two years in a row (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, 2019);
- Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the 2016 Times Higher Education Awards;
- 25th amongst universities globally for reducing inequalities and 17th among universities for gender equality;
- 86% of graduates in jobs within 6 months.
- The REF 2021 rated 95% of LSBU’s submitted research as at least Internationally recognised, and 68% as World leading or Internationally excellent.
There are over 2,000 international students from over 130 countries studying at LSBU.
The university website has a dedicated webpage for international students, containing useful information on fees, scholarships, visas, etc.
For information specific to your country of origin, including academic and English language entry requirements, please visit the Your Country webpage. Here, you can also find details on visas, scholarships, and LSBU representatives in your country.
LSBU offers a wide range of scholarships and discounts for international students including Nationality Scholarships, fee-discounts for LSBU alumni, plus a 5% discount for early payment of Tuition Fees. For more information, please visit the university’s dedicated international scholarships webpage.
LSBU is dedicated to protecting our planet and society. For full details on LSCU’s work on sustainability, please visit the university webpage.
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