Enterprise and business engagement
The studios and edit facilities have been built to service industry needs with high-end, high-spec equipment and sound performance standards. Alongside LSBU’s film location service can provide a one-stop shop at the centre of London for creative producers across, film, TV, photography, sound design and digital design.
Visit the School’s Facilities page for more on the centre.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are designed to help businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity by tapping into the knowledge, technology and skills offered by universities. LSBU has an enviable track record for KTPs, established over 30 years.
The School of Arts and Creative Industries worked to create effective web-hosted video content through a KTP with Key20 Media, a London-based media and communications company. Working with arts and media academics, the School created a corporate film capability that became the business' biggest income generator. The KTP allowed Key20 Media to significantly reduce costs by relying less on third party suppliers, increasing investment in the business, ensuring better quality control and giving them the opportunity to become even more competitive.
LSBU is one of the UK's leading KTP providers and won the collaborative Innovation Excellence Award at the London Knowledge Transfer Awards. We are also among a handful of universities that have been commended by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) for our KTP work. Find out more about working with LSBU through a KTP.
Let us improve your business by bringing our academic and research expertise into your world. Our academics take on challenges that are holding your business back and help you through the process of change and development to achieve short, medium and long term objectives.
LSBU is a key player in the regional knowledge transfer programme, Knowledge Connect, funded by the London Development Agency and European Regional Development Fund. Knowledge Connect specialise in helping businesses develop new products, services and organisational processes to improve their efficiency and competitiveness. The School currently has projects with:
The Central School of Ballet
This is an examination of how digital technologies can be integrated into teaching and learning processes to complement established practices. The project has introduced a prototype system using video recording equipment, developed using 3D modelling software and advanced digital prototyping techniques.
Large-scale events needed specialist technical knowledge to develop a small scale Alternate Reality Game (ARG). ARGs are a highly innovative concept being used to promote big budget TV programmes, games and films but are not yet widely available on the commercial market.
22 June 2018The Working-Class Avant-Garde
22 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
23 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
24 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
25 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
29 June 2018Rio Ferdinand Media Day
15 October 2018Graduation Ceremony - School of Arts and Creative Industries; School of Applied Sciences; School of Law and Social Sciences
19 October 2018A season of Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
20 October 2018A season of Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
16 November 2018A season of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus
LSBU loans Dorothy Mead’s Reclining Nude painting to Tate Britain
6 March 2018
Dynamic partnership with London South Bank University and the V & A proves a hit
24 January 2018
LSBU hosts first Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association conference
13 January 2018
Thomas’ success proves Asperger’s is no barrier in academia
29 November 2017
LSBU leads by example in tackling sustainability challenges
22 November 2017
Mayor of London certifies LSBU a healthy place to work
15 November 2017
Discover the Changing Face of Elephant & Castle at LSBU
14 November 2017
LSBU awards six honorary graduates and fellows
10 November 2017
LSBU celebrates 125 year Anniversary with Parliamentary reception
9 November 2017