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London South Bank University

Address: 103 Borough Road, London SE1 0AA

Description London South Bank University

London South Bank University is a prestigious British university, known for its research and achievements in law, social sciences, humanities, media and communications, business, finance, economics, management, design. It is located in the capital of the country in an area rich in significant sights. The educational institution offers educational services for more than a hundred years. Students at London South Bank University receive high-quality education and comprehensive support in subsequent employment.

Programs at the university are focused on economic needs of Britain in general and London in particular. Most students still have a career in the country after graduation.

The university is distinguished by the quality of the conditions for study and living. Each year, the campus is invested about 47 million pounds. Today, the university has 24.5 thousand students. More than 3,000 are foreigners. The intercultural environment of students includes representatives from 181 countries.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in London South Bank University

Program name
15.06.2015 -26.08.2015 15.06.2015 -11.12.2015 28.09.2015 -11.12.2015
from 3 850 £ / term

Brief information. Language program for enrolled in the Foundation course, as well as for those whose academic English is not enough to enroll in a bachelor's / master's degree.

About the course. The language training program includes two blocks. The first allows you to develop common English skills: reading, listening, writing, speaking. The second block involves learning English for academic purposes. Students learn to write lectures, hold presentations, and so on. These skills are necessary for effective teaching at the university.

Students age: 17+

Start dates: June, September.

Requirements for enrollment: English - IELTS from 3.5.

Learning outcomes: Improvement Skills of English, passing IELTS 5.5 and higher.

Class size: up to 15 people.

Lesson duration: 45 minutes.

Cost: from £ 3850 per term

Short information. A four-module preparatory program for applicants for undergraduate studies at the university.

About the course. The course is aimed at students who want to study at the University of London, but who do not know English at high level and who need to actualize knowledge in subject areas. The program includes 4 modules. One is mandatory, 3 each student chooses independently. The first module includes preparation for IELTS, the study of academic English.

In the subject areas, students can choose from the following programs:

  • media, art, design;
  • human life sciences;
  • Engineering, science;
  • social sciences, humanities, law;
  • management, finance, economics, business.

Three modules are selected for each direction. In the business group, in addition to basic subjects, international relations, geography, sociology, and computer technologies are offered. In mathematical - psychology, computer disciplines, chemistry, physics. In the biological - information technology, sociology, psychology, physics, chemistry. In media - humanities, English. Simultaneously with jurisprudence, students can study international relations, economics, business, English, psychology, information technology.

Students age: 17+

Start dates: September, January.

Requirements for admission: school certificate, IELTS from 5.5 and above.

The result of the training: enrolling in the course of the corresponding direction to the university, the opportunity to study at any other university in England.

The duration of the lesson: 45 minutes.

The cost: of £ 11,850 per year.

from 4 665 £ / semester

IDP program lasting from 3 to 5 trimesters allows successfully graduating students to apply immediately for a 2-year bachelor's degree. The program is an analogue of the Foundation program, but it is designed for those students who have stronger academic performance and history than those who enter the Foundation program.

Beginning: September

Academic modules of the program include: studying the business environment, managing financial resources, organizational and behavioral factors, marketing principles, making the right business decisions, financial accounting and reporting, communication skills in business , Business proposals, English for academic purposes

Specialties and directions of bachelor:

  • Accounting
  • Accounting and Management
  • Business
  • Management

The cost: of 11,850 pounds per year.

Brief information. Three-year course of basic higher education of the international level.

About the course. Bachelor students receive high-quality academic training in basic and additional disciplines. Admission to the course takes place in accordance with the chosen direction. Training is available in the fields of business, economics, management; Social sciences, humanities (including jurisprudence); Biology; Exact and engineering sciences; Culture, art, design.

Areas of study:

  • applied sciences,
  • psychology,
  • art and creative industry,
  • architecture,
  • business,
  • management,
  • accounting and finance,
  • engineering,
  • health and social care,
  • social sciences, environment, recreation
  • law.

Students age: 18+

Start dates: September.

Admission requirements: A-level certificate (certificate), Foundation certificate with a high score (not lower than B ), IELTS 5.5 and higher.

The result of training: obtaining a bachelor's degree, the opportunity to make a career in one of the partner organizations of the university.

The duration of the lesson is 45 minutes.

Cost: from £ 10,500 (academic year, from £ 3,500 for one trimester).

Pre-Masters / MastersFoundation

Short information. Program for those wishing to study at a master's program at the university. A course is aimed at foreign students.

About the course. The program provides compulsory academic training in English and subjects of the chosen direction. Students of the course develop the skills required at the magistracy: research, implementation of scientific projects, etc.

Students age: 21+

Start dates: September, January, June, March

Admission requirements: IELTS 4.0 and higher, bachelor's degree.

The result of training: obtaining a certificate of completion of training, enrollment in the master's course.

Lesson duration: 45 minutes.

Cost: from £ 4000 for Trimester.

Brief information. Master's course in humanitarian, exact sciences, culture, art, other areas developing at the university.

About the course. The Master's program includes the following courses of study:


  • administration;
  • technology;
  • marketing;
  • consulting.

2.Exact sciences, engineering:

  • architecture Technology, design;
  • construction services;
  • civil engineering;
  • construction management;
  • engineering;
  • geodesy;
  • real estate management;
  • engineering telecommunications, computer networks.

3.Humanitarian sciences, law:

  • criminalistics;
  • sociology;
  • psychology;
  • hotel industry, tourism;
  • right;
  • Ecology and other.


5.Media, art, design:

  • photo and film industry
  • music;
  • culture;
  • Media, cultural studies, etc.

Students age: 21+

[ 999.68] Start Dates: September.

Admission requirements: bachelor's degree (specialist), certificate of the preparatory program, IELTS from 6.5 for all skills.

Study result: Master's degree, job opportunity in Britain The student will be picked up by university specialists).

Lesson duration: 45 minutes

Cost: from 10,500 pounds per academic year (from £ 3,500 for one trimester).

Accommodation and food

Most students choose living in a residence. 4 residential buildings are located 10 minutes walk from the academic buildings. Students are offered single, double rooms of standard and superior comfort. The latter differ in the availability of facilities in the room.

The residences have everything for a comfortable stay. It is convenient to study here (the programs of the university are distinguished by a large number of independent works), it is not boring to rest. Each residence has rooms for watching TV, games (billiards, table tennis), chatting with friends. In general use there are also kitchens, laundries. Students cook for themselves. 

On individual request for foreign students rental housing can be selected . Specialists of the accommodation department can recommend apartments, a room in them, a separate apartment.

The cost of the residence per week:

New Kent Road £ 111.00
Dante Road £ 114.25
David Bomberg House £ 136.70
McLaren House £ 136.70

Subjects, specialties

Subjects list: 1st4sport Level One Award in Coaching Football, ACCA Strategic Business Leader (SBL) course, ACCA Strategic Business Reporting (SBR) course, Accounting and Entrepreneurship BA (Hons), Accounting and Finance BA (Hons), Accounting and Finance CertHE, Adult Nursing BSc (Hons), Advanced Vehicle Engineering BEng (Hons), Applied Biology HND, Applied Computing BSc (Hons), Applied Computing Top-up Course to BSc, Architectural Engineering BSc (Hons), Architectural Technology BSc (Hons), Architecture BA (Hons), art, Baking Science and Technology (Management) - BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology (Management) FdSc, Baking Science and Technology (Management) Top-up Course to BSc, Baking Science and Technology (New Product Development) BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology (New Product Development) FdSc, Baking Science and Technology (New Product Development) Top-up to BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology (Nutrition) BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology (Nutrition) FdSc, Baking Science and Technology (Nutrition) Top-up to BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology BSc (Hons), Baking Science and Technology FdSc, Baking Science and Technology Top-up to BSc (Hons), Basketball England - Official Level 1, Basketball England - Table Official Level 1, Basketball England Level 1 Award in Coaching, biology, Bioscience BSc (Hons), Bookkeeping, Building Services Engineering BEng (Hons), Building Services Engineering BTEC HND, Building Surveying BSc (Hons), Built Environment Extended Degree Programme, business, Business Foundation Course, Business Information Technology BSc (Hons), Business Information Technology Top-up Course to BSc, Business Law LLB (Hons), Business Management BA (Hons), Business Management with Accounting BA (Hons), Business Management with Economics BA (Hons), Business Management with Enterprise and Entrepreneurship BA (Hons), Business Management with Finance BA (Hons), Business Management with Human Resources BA (Hons), Business Management with Law BA (Hons), Business Management with Marketing BA (Hons), Business Management with Project Management BA (Hons), Business Studies BTEC HND, Chemical and Process Engineering BEng (Hons), Chemical and Process Engineering MEng (Hons), Chemical Engineering BTEC HND, chemistry, Children's Nursing - Second registration programme BSc (Hons) / PgDip, Children's Nursing BSc (Hons), Chiropractic Integrated Masters, cinema practice, Civil Engineering BEng (Hons), Civil Engineering BSc (Hons), Civil Engineering BTEC HNC, Commercial Management (Quantity Surveying) BSc (Hons), Computer Engineering BEng (Hons), Computer Engineering MEng (Hons), Computer Science BSc (Hons), Computer Systems and Networks Engineering BEng (Hons), Computer Systems and Networks Engineering MEng (Hons), Computer Systems Management BSc (Hons), Computer Systems Management Top-up Course to BSc, Computing Foundation Year, Construction BTEC HNC, Construction Management BSc (Hons), Consulting, Creative Advertising with Marketing BA (Hons), Creative industry, Criminal Law LLB (Hons), criminology, Criminology BSc (Hons), Criminology with Journalism BSc (Hons), Criminology with Law BSc (Hons), Criminology with Politics BSc (Hons), Criminology with Psychology BSc (Hons), Dance and Performance BA (Hons), Data Science BSc (Hons), Data Science Top-up Course to BSc, design, Diagnostic Imaging DipHE, Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons), Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - Business Analyst Pathway, Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - Cyber Security Analyst, Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - Data Analyst, Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - IT Consultant Pathway, Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - Network Engineer Pathway, Digital & Technology Solutions Professional Apprenticeship - Software Engineer Pathway, digital design, Digital Design BA (Hons), District Nursing BSc (Hons), Drama and Applied Theatre BA (Hons), Drama and Performance BA (Hons), Drama with English BA (Hons), ecology, economics, Economics BSc (Hons), Economics with Accounting BSc (Hons), Economics with Business Management BSc (Hons), Economics with Enterprise and Entrepreneurship BSc (Hons), Economics with Finance BSc (Hons), Economics with Human Resources BSc (Hons), Economics with Law BSc (Hons), Economics with Marketing BSc (Hons), Economics with Project Management BSc (Hons), Education Studies (work-based) BA (Hons), Education Studies - Top Up BA (Hons), Education Studies BA (Hons), Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons), Electrical and Electronic Engineering BTEC HND, Electrical and Electronic Engineering MEng (Hons), Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics BEng (Hons), Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics MEng (Hons), Electrical Engineering Top-up to BEng (Hons), Electronics and Communications Engineering Top-up to BEng (Hons), engineering, Engineering Extended Degree Programme, Engineering Product Design BSc (Hons), English, English with Creative Writing BA (Hons), Entertainment and Media Law LLB (Hons), Events and Entertainment Management BA (Hons), Family Law LLB (Hons), Fashion Promotion with Marketing BA (Hons), Film Practice BA (Hons), Film Studies BA (Hons), Filmmaking, First Aid at Work Annual Update, Forensic Science BSc (Hons), Game Design and Development BA / BSc (Hons), geography, Health and Social Care - Foundation Year, Health and Social Care BSc (Hons), Health Visiting (Specialist Community Public Health Nursing) BSc (Hons), Highfield First Aid at Work Requalification Training - RQF, Highfield Level 3 Emergency First Aid, Highfield Level 3 First Aid at Work (RQF), History BA (Hons), History with Criminology BA (Hons), History with Politics BA (Hons), History with Sociology BA (Hons), hotel industry, Housing Policy and Practice BA (Hons), HSK 1 (Mandarin Chinese) HSK, HSK 2 (Mandarin Chinese) HSK 2, HSK 3 (Mandarin Chinese) HSK 3, Human Geography BA (Hons), Human Geography with Housing BA (Hons), Human Geography with Planning BA (Hons), Human Geography with Tourism Development BA (Hons), Human Nutrition BSc (Hons), Human Rights LLB (Hons), Information Technology, Information Technology BSc (Hons), Information Technology Top-up Course to BSc, International Business Management Top-up BA (Hons), International Diploma Programme, International Relations BA (Hons), International Relations with Criminology BA (Hons), International Relations with Journalism BA (Hons), International Relations with Politics BA (Hons), International Relations with Sociology BA (Hons), international relationships, International Undergraduate Foundation Programme, Journalism BA (Hons), Law LLB (Hons), Law with Criminology LLB (Hons), Learning Disability Nursing BSc (Hons), management, marketing, Marketing BA (Hons), Marketing with Accounting BA (Hons), Marketing with Advertising and Digital Communications BA (Hons), Marketing with Economics BA (Hons), Marketing with Enterprise and Entrepreneurship BA (Hons), Marketing with Finance BA (Hons), Marketing with Human Resources BA (Hons), Marketing with Law BA (Hons), Marketing with Luxury Brand Management BA (Hons), Marketing with Project Management BA (Hons), Marketing with Public Relations BA (Hons), mass media, Mechanical Engineering and Design Top-up to BEng, Mechanical Engineering BEng (Hons), Mechanical Engineering MEng (Hons), Mental Health Nursing BSc (Hons), Midwifery (3 year) BSc (Hons), Midwifery (Shortened Course) BSc (Hons), modern technologies, music, Music and Sound Design BA/BSc (Hons), Occupational Therapy BSc (Hons), Oil and gas engineering, oil industry, Older People's care PGCert, Operating Department Practice BSc (Hons), Petroleum Engineering BEng (Hons), Petroleum Engineering MEng (Hons), Photography BA (Hons), physics, Physiotherapy BSc (Hons), Physiotherapy Integrated Masters, Politics BA (Hons), Politics with Journalism BA (Hons), Power Engineering (Electrical) BEng (Hons), Power Engineering (Mechanical) BEng (Hons), ProActive Training ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage, ProActive Training: Kinesiology Taping and Strapping, ProActive Training: Sports Taping and Strapping, Product Design BSc (Hons), Property Management (Building Surveying) BSc (Hons), Psychological Counselling BSc (Hons), psychology, Psychology (Addiction Psychology) BSc (Hons), Psychology (Clinical Psychology) BSc (Hons), Psychology (Forensic Psychology) BSc (Hons), Psychology (Sport Psychology) BSc (Hons), Psychology BSc (Hons), Psychology with Criminology BSc (Hons), Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons), Radiographic Studies BSc (Hons), Radiotherapy Practice DipHE, Real Estate BSc (Hons), right, School Nursing (Specialist Community Public Health Nursing) BSc (Hons), Science Extended Degree Programme, social work, Social Work BA (Hons), sociology, Sociology BSc (Hons), Sociology with Criminology BSc (Hons), Sociology with Politics BSc (Hons), Sport and Exercise Science BSc (Hons), Sport Rehabilitation BSc (Hons), Sport Rehabilitation Integrated Masters, Sports Coaching and Analysis BSc (Hons), Sports Masterclass, Street Games: Activator Courses, Street Games: Door Step Sports Modules, The design of games, Therapeutic Radiography BSc (Hons), Tourism and Hospitality Management BA (Hons), UK Coaching Children (5-12), UK Coaching: How to Coach the Fundamentals of Movement, UK Coaching: Safeguarding and Protecting Children, University Certificate of Competence 60 Credits Award: 50 credits at Level 3 and 10 credits at Level 4, Urban and Environmental Planning BA (Hons), Visual Effects (VFX) BA (Hons), Web Development (IT) BSc (Hons), Web Development (IT) Top-up Course to BSc, Workplace Health Management Grad Cert / BSc (Hons), YMCA Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing - Gym Based Exercise, YMCA Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training,  Cultural studies

Events London South Bank University

Students have access to all the entertainment and educational programs in London. In the capital of Britain at your leisure will not be bored. Here you can explore historical sites, spend time in pubs and bars, wander through galleries and museums, stroll through picturesque streets, parks, play sports, storm shopping centers and have fun in amusement parks.

The university extra-curricular program is no less intense. For students the student council organizes competitions, games, quizzes, parties, discos, hikes and trips.

Daily routine

Students study in the morning, afternoon, evening. The schedule of theoretical and practical classes is compiled for each group.


  • London South Bank University ranks 7th in TOP-50 universities where graduates receive the highest salaries.
  • The university pays special attention to the employment of graduates. 95% of yesterday's students find prestigious work in the first six months after graduation.
  • Specialists provide comprehensive support to students in career issues. Graduates can count on the qualified help of university advisors for 2 years after graduation.
  • The University is a partner of many reputable London-based commercial organizations. This allows to quickly solve the probation problems of students.
  • The University of South Bank London is included in the TOP-3 of the capital's universities in terms of the cost-effectiveness ratio of studying.
  • The university offers not only standard courses and directions. A distinctive feature of the educational institution is the program of related specialties. It allows students to study several interesting disciplines and gives an opportunity to obtain a diploma in a combined specialty.
  • Additional free English classes are available to foreign students at the university to improve their language skills and subsequent effective studying in the main program.

Equipment London South Bank University

The infrastructure of London South Bank University is represented by a campus, residences, a sports center, a library, a restaurant and a café. The educational building has modern lecture rooms, laboratory classes, and a computer center. The Internet is available in the territory without restrictions.

The pride of the university is the library. Its fund includes 280,000 volumes and more than 2,000 periodicals. In the library, students are offered special compilations of educational materials on law, education, information technology, ecology, and other disciplines. In the reading rooms all workplaces are equipped with computers with free access to the university network and the Internet.

Term dates and fees

additional fees:

  • registration fee - £ 150
  • visa services and fees
  • supervision
  • flight

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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London South Bank University reviews

Hello. Why then do you not have a PhD program? What is the deadline for submitting documents in 2019?
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Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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