We make your learning as practical as possible, whether it's time spent in our specialist on-campus laboratories or on-site during a specially designed field trip.
Spatial Analysis and Informatics Lab (SAIL)
The Spatial Analysis and Informatics Lab (SAIL) is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) facility with 30 networked computers fully equipped with software, printing, scanning and projection facilities.
SAIL is an excellent platform for applied research, including geographically-based clinical datasets for health providers or social and cultural research. It's also used by commercial organisations looking at retail or logistics.
Field trips are vitally important learning tools, helping students to better integrate theory and practice. They encourage students to work with a variety of classmates, creating new friendships and consolidating existing ones. It's also a perfect time to get to know lecturers better as you relax together outside the formal classroom setting.
All our field trips introduce students to industry managers who take time to explain their jobs, the challenges they face and skills they need to overcome them. You'll be shown that although we can learn best practice from one situation and apply it to another, we always have to take into account local sensitivities and issues. Unlike many of our competitors, we include the price of our residential field trips (excluding food and entertainment) in with our Tuition Fees.
26 June 2019Open borders in Europe: current challenges from migration and from terrorism … working towards solutions
26 June 2019'Citizenship, Nation-Building and Identity in the EU' - Book Launch and Reception
14 October 2019Graduation Ceremony: School of Arts and Creative Industries; School of Applied Sciences; School of Law and Social Sciences
Law student at LSBU wins double scholarship from the Honourable Society of Inner Temple
17 May 2019
Law students reach finals weekend in national competition
30 August 2018
How black nurses were vital to our health service even before Windrush, a talk by Stephen Bourne
17 May 2018
LSBU supports Southwark Council’s successful bid to regenerate Walworth heritage
12 January 2018
Enhancing global learning on migration and refugee law
21 December 2017
Approval from President of American Bar Association
19 December 2017
LSBU through to quarter finals of Property Law Mooting Competition
19 December 2017
Thomas’ success proves Asperger’s is no barrier in academia
29 November 2017
LSBU leads by example in tackling sustainability challenges
22 November 2017