London South Bank University

London South Bank University

UK

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THE World Ranking: 801

Overview

Overview

The London South Bank University was established in 1892 and comprises of nearly 23,500 students. It is located in Southwark, London. The main campus of the university is located in Southwark. Two smaller campuses are present at Whipps Cross Hospital and Havering, both of which are situated in East London. The University operates out of the departments of Health and Social Care, Business and Computing, Arts and Humanities, and Engineering and the Built Environment.

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Rankings

Hotcourses Diversity Index (What is this?)

DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: HESA

147 International student nationalities at this university

FEEL AT HOME INDEX
Source: HESA

0.99% International students from USA

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-2017
Source: THE

801

TEACHING

14.4%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

68.5%

INDUSTRY INCOME

32.5%

RESEARCH

8.3%

CITATIONS

15.2%

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
OVERALL COST OF LIVING

£25680

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION
Source: KIS/HESA

£4989

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

POSTGRADUATE

£9820

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67% of reviewers recommend London South Bank University

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Maria, Germany 5

Come study at LSBU !

I had a great time studying at London South Bank University. During my time studying I had the chance to go to China for a placement which was a great opportunity given by the Univeristy. My student life experience was simply amazing and I met some great people and made friends for life.Not only have th read full review

I had a great time studying at London South Bank University. During my time studying I had the chance to go to China for a placement which was a great opportunity given by the Univeristy. My student life experience was simply amazing and I met some great people and made friends for life.Not only have the lectures and seminars been resourceful and well-organised the student life experience is not lacking anything either. It is an allround great experience to study at LSBU. I can only encourage everybody to come and attend an open day and find out what this univeristy has to offer. I promise you you will be surprised about the resources and facilities. As I m a european student I also loved the fact that this univeristy has such a variety of different people from all over the world. show less

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sothbank flop

The ennrolling process was a cold experience. The university seem more interested in money than people though they did give me ALF fund small change when I applied. sometimes lecturers didnt turn up and at times seemed sarcastic and cold. true friendship etc was never encouraged between students only su read full review

The ennrolling process was a cold experience. The university seem more interested in money than people though they did give me ALF fund small change when I applied. sometimes lecturers didnt turn up and at times seemed sarcastic and cold. true friendship etc was never encouraged between students only superficiality. there was always a feeling of intimidation from staff and an unfriendly atmosphere. not enough was done to crush racism and prejudice and many students told me they felt victimised by staff. there was also a sense of injustice about the entire system there and would discourage anyone from enrolling there until severe changes are made. show less