At LSBU we make the application process for International students as easy as possible. Depending on the level of study you apply for, or in some cases the particular subject matter you pursue, will affect how you apply. Details are given below and in entries in our online course database.
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If you are an international student and would like to make a late application for a course beginning in Jan/Feb 2013 you may complete the LSBU Direct Application form and send it via email, along with scanned copies of your supporting documents, to: email@example.com. It is important to ensure that scanned copies of the following documents are included with the application:
Please note that the late enrolment deadline is Friday 8 February 2013. If you need to apply for a student visa to travel to the UK to commence your studies it is important to check the current visa processing times with your local UK student visa application centre.
Applications for full-time undergraduate degree courses are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The UCAS application form allows you to apply to up to six courses and/or universities and is returned to UCAS to forward to London South Bank University on your behalf.
Your local British Council office will have resources available to you to help you make your application.
If you are applying for a part-time course you can apply directly to the University by completing our application form (Word 316KB - opens in new window), which you can print off here. However you should be aware that if you require a student visa to enter the UK you would not be eligible for part-time study.
To apply to any of our full time and part time postgraduate taught courses you should use the online system provided by the UK Postgraduate Application and Statistical Service (UKPASS).
If you are not able to apply through UKPASS then please download our application form (Word 316KB - opens in new window) or ring our Course Enquiries Team on + 44 (0)20 7815 6100.
Some of our professional qualifications have specific application forms, which you will need to complete. As these courses would qualify you to practice in the UK, applicants from outside the EU who require a work permit to work in the UK would not normally be considered for entry to these courses.
Applications for all Diploma in Higher Education courses for Midwifery and Nursing should now be made to UCAS. Students from other EU countries can apply for assistance with tuition fees but will not be eligible for a bursary. Students from outside the EU will not receive any assistance with funding or a bursary.
Applications for the postgraduate social work qualification are made through UCAS. Students from other EU countries can apply for assistance with tuition fees but will not be eligible for a bursary. Students from outside the EU will not receive any assistance with funding or a bursary.
Applications for PGCE courses are made through the Graduate Teacher Training Registry (GTTR). Students from other EU countries are able to receive the same assistance with tuition fees as Home students – see the Teacher Training Agency for more information. Students from outside the EU will not receive any assistance with funding or a bursary.
If you have any further questions regarding the application process or questions regarding courses please contact our Enquiries Manager via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone
+44 (0)20 7815 6189.