Research at London South Bank University operates across our four faculties and divided into a range of themes and groups.
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Research in the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences (AHS) takes place under the guidance of the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) through the following research centres:
Each of these centres act as a hub for research development, activities and groups and are closely linked to each of the faculty’s departments.
The ISSR is also home to the Faculty’s Graduate School providing a focal point for the management and support of our PhD and professional doctorate.
For further information about research at the Faculty, visit AHS Research
The Faculty of Business (BUS) supports research across a wide range of disciplines.
All research groups in Computing and Information Management come under the umbrella of the Institute for Computing Research.
For further information about research at the Faculty, visit BUS Research
Research activities are organised into three priority themes and between them research is carried out on a number of areas:
In addition to the Faculty's priority research themes academic staff from across the Faculty have other research interests. For more information visit ESBE Research
Research and scholarly activity within the Faculty of Health and Social Care tends to be focused around two dynamic research centres, which provide leadership and support for research activities:
Outside of these centres a small number of research activities are also undertaken by staff and MPhil/PhD students.
For further information about research at the Faculty, visit HSC Research