We know student life is more than just what you learn in the lecture room or research laboratory. The ways in which you, your family and your interests fit into your student life will all impact on your success here.
Our university accommodation is based across four student residences, all within walking distance of our Southwark campus. In total, we have 1,400 single bedrooms and all full-time students are eligible for a place. Find out more on our Accommodation website.
Whether you are looking for work while you study or are thinking ahead to after you graduate, our careers specialists can help. Employability & Careers is a professional information, advice and guidance service offering a range of free of charge services to all LSBU students and recent graduates. As well as hosting careers fairs and one-to-one interviews they also have a very comprehensive careers library.
"It's great living so close to the South Bank. There's something about Waterloo Bridge that gets me every time I cross it."
Billie Ing, BA (Hons) Marketing
We have various food outlets across campus and our on-site sports facilities offer a 40-station fitness suite, a free-weights room for strength and conditioning and a Sports Injury Clinic for sports massage or physiotherapy treatment. Our Students' Union holds many social activities on campus throughout the year.
Our Student Union is the centre of the student social scene and home to a number of services. Our Athletic Union provides a wide variety of sports clubs and our mix of societies cover cultural interests, course concerns and external matters. Run for students by students the union represents them from within the University and through the National Union of Students.
Our multi-faith care is currently provided by Christian and Jewish chaplains who offer confidential, non-judgemental pastoral care. The University has a room available for private prayer and meditation and a number of student societies represent various religions and denominations.
The University is fully committed to equality and diversity. We wish to work together to build a learning community founded on equality of opportunity and a learning community that celebrates the rich diversity of our student and staff populations.