If you are considering studying a full-time or part-time course, at undergraduate or postgraduate level, this event is perfect for you.
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Saturday 24 March 2018 open day
Starts at: 11:00
Finishes at: 15:00
Representatives from across all our Schools will be available to answer any questions you may have about our courses. We also have professional support services in attendance who can answer your questions on admissions, student fees and funding, disability, dyslexia and wellbeing, and much more.
LSBU Southwark Campus - entrance via Student Centre
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General talks include:
Panel discussion on alumni, student services, enterprise, and employability.
Disability, dyslexia and wellbeing.
Student fees, finance and scholarships.
Top tips for completing your UCAS application.
Study abroad opportunities.
Campus and Halls of Residence.
University lab facilities and studio spaces.
Learning Resources Centre.
Elephant Studios - multi-million pound media technology facilities
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London South Bank University is London’s enterprising university. Centrally situated, we offer vocational, practical courses that prepare you for a successful career.
High graduate salaries
LSBU is a Top 10 London University for graduate starting salaries and a Top 2 London Modern University for graduate starting salaries, according to the Sunday Times League Table 2015. We are in the top 20 UK Universities for graduate Starting Salaries for graduates entering professional employment, and 1st in the UK for Architecture and Radiography graduates. Our nursing graduates have the highest earning power in London.
Our Postgraduates earn 15% more on average and 90% of our postgraduate students are in full-time work or further education within 6 months of graduating. In Architecture, Building and planning our postgraduate students can expect to earn more than any other students in London when they graduate, and for Engineering, Technology and Biological Sciences we're in the top two for postgraduate starting salaries in London.*
Professionally focused courses
Most of our courses are either accredited or developed in partnership with professional bodies, and our academic staff are often industry professionals who continue to foster working relationships in their respective fields. This professional focus means you'll be well-placed to join professional bodies, build connections and explore career opportunities. Add to this our alumni network of over 80,000 people worldwide, and schemes such as our award winning 'give back culture' and Legal Advice Clinic and you'll begin to appreciate how motivated we are to help you succeed.
Wide-ranging and applied research
We are a top London modern university for research impact (REF2014) and we apply our broad, diverse research to current global issues, with direct outcomes for you and the programmes you study.
Our schools are involved in a wide range of research projects, many involving collaborations with business or public bodies, tackling some of today’s most testing issues. This has been instrumental in developing global brands and products such as FitFlop, which our pioneering research in foot and ankle biomechanics helped develop, as well improving public services, like our research into cooling the London Underground that’s been incorporated into a £500 million upgrade of the tube system.
We share our research in the classroom as case studies and we’ll bring in experts as guest speakers, and lecturers use their research to help guide you in projects, lending their expert knowledge to your success.
Our central location close to London's cultural South Bank means you have easy access to all the opportunities and attractions that the capital has to offer. Elephant and Castle is vibrant and exciting, with plenty of shops, bars and cafés to enjoy in the local area. Our main campus is close to mainline stations London Waterloo and London Bridge, and on the doorstep of Elephant and Castle Underground station.
*All data from Sunday Times League Table 2015 (data purchased from HESA) unless otherwise stated