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Undergraduate offer holders

Entrance to London South Bank University

Just a few steps from joining the University of the Year for Graduate Employment

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When starting your course at LSBU’s School of Arts and Creative Industries you not only benefit from great facilities such as Elephant Studios and the Edric Theatre, as well as heavily subsidised access to Adobe Creative Suite, you also become part of the School’s community. With secure access to our buildings and creative facilities, we ensure that students in the School are given priority when it comes to using these theatre, studio and suite spaces. You will gain the skills and training to make the most of these facilities from lecturers and technicians, as well as the opportunity to form exciting collaborations and partnerships with fellow creative students and external companies.

Our welcoming and diverse community allows you to take advantage of:

  • Our central London location: visit free exhibitions at Tate Modern and get student discounted tickets at The National Theatre and Young Vic
  • Cheaper travel: We’re in zone 1 which means you can walk to most of the key destinations and to save money while exploring everything this vibrant city has to offer – pick up a student oyster card
  • Dedicated LSBU accommodation: our halls of residence are just a 10-minute walk from campus and within walking distance of some of the most creative venues in the city. We also guarantee first year accommodation for students who apply before 31 May.

Read more about why you should be here.

Post-application events

Each year we run a series of post-application events tailored to undergraduate students. You can read about them on our subject specific events page.

Most of the events are invitation only. So, to avoid missing out please make sure that we hold your up-to-date email address and telephone number. Read more about updating your contact information.

Prepare to start

In the "Prepare to start" tab on your individual course page, you can find information to help you prepare for your studies, including enrolment, induction and recommended reading.

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