My university in France has a strong partnership with London South Bank University which gave me the opportunity to come and study here. Living in London and experiencing a new culture is great. My course has allowed me to carry out a research project and gain employment in Brazil so I'm there for the Football World Cup 2014!Edouard Majoie, BA (Hons) Marketing
If you’re thinking of studying with us at London South Bank University (LSBU), our entry requirements, scholarships and details of how to apply are laid out below to help you with your application. You can also view our French information brochure (PDF File 1,973 KB).
Please note the entry requirements below are general guidelines and each application will be assessed on individual merit. Alternative qualifications may be accepted. If you have any specific questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your first language is not English then you may be required to hold a recognised English language qualification. To check you have the correct qualifications download information on our English Language Requirements (PDF File 91 KB) for EU students.
Undergraduate entry requirements
Each course entry in our Course Finder represents entry requirements in UCAS Tariff Points and the table below shows the equivalent for your country. You may also need to meet the specific subject requirements if this is a requirement of the course.
|UK Entry Level||French Equivalent|
|AAB||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 14; pass OIB with an overall average of 13|
|ABB||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 13; pass OIB with an overall average of 12|
|BBB||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 12; pass OIB with an overall average of 11|
|BBC||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 12; pass OIB with an overall average of 11|
|BCC||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 11; pass OIB with an overall average of 10|
|CCC||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 11; pass OIB with an overall average of 10|
|CCD||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 11; pass OIB with an overall average of 10|
|UK HND / Foundation / Extended Degree||French Equivalent|
|HND: DDD - EEE||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 10 to 11; pass OIB with an overall average of 10|
|Foundation / Extended Degree: DD - EE||Pass Baccalaureate with an overall average of 10; pass OIB with an overall average of 10|
Students who have completed the Diplôme Universitaire de Technologie (DUT) can be considered for direct entry to a 'Top Up' degree with a minimum score of 12/20. The top up award must be in an area related to the areas previously studied.
Postgraduate entry requirements
Most postgraduate programmes at LSBU require a student to have a bachelor degree with a classification of 2.1, but in some cases it may only require a 2.2. Each entry in our Course Finder indicates the relevant degree classification required and the table below shows the equivalent for your country.
|UK Entry Level||French Equivalent|
|1.1 Degree (minimum 3 years)||Graduate of a French university, minimum mark of très bien / 13|
|2.1 Degree (minimum 3 years)||Graduate of a French university, minimum mark of bien / 11.5|
|2.2 Degree (minimum 3 years)||Graduate of a French university, minimum mark of assez bien / 11|
For entry to a postgraduate research programme, please contact us on email@example.com.
How to apply
Your local LSBU representative:
LSBU has strong partnerships with several institutions in France to encourage international cooperation and increase international mobility. These institutions are listed below:
- Ecole Superieure de Commerce (ESC) Troyes
- Ecole Superieure de Commerce Exterieur (ESCE) Paris
- ESHotel Paris
- Faculte Leonard de Vinci, Pole Universitaire, Paris, France
- IDRAC Lyons
- Institut De Gestion Social (IGS)
- Institut Internationale du Commerce et du Development
Further details can also be found of our International Academic Collaborations with institutions in France.
If you have any further questions regarding the application process or questions regarding courses please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0) 20 7815 6100 (outside the UK), or freephone 0800 937 88 88 (within the UK).
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