In the field of performing arts, ranked 8th for academic support, four LSBU graduates won the Royal Television Society London Entertainment & Comedy Drama Award for their film, Tell Tyler. Read more about the project and our graduates Frankie Gommon, Jenny Richards, Jamie Oliver Lai and Joseph Elsen.
Professor Taraneh Dean, Provost of London South Bank University, said: “It is good to see that our commitment to the student experience is paying off through improvements in several subjects and themes in this year’s NSS.
“We will also continue to reflect on best practice in the sector and prioritise our work on the student experience to ensure we provide experiences that enhance university for our current students as well as supporting the needs of our future students.”
The NSS results follow the latest 2023 Postgraduate Research Experience Survey where LSBU has also received impressive results. This survey invites students to score the institutional environment for professional and career development, access to a community of researchers and quality of research supervision.
The findings of our postgraduate research students who participated in the survey, placed LSBU as:
4th overall highest of 100 participating higher education institutions for the supervision students receive from our academic staff
10th overall highest for research community, illustrating our outstanding research environment for doctoral learning, opportunities and development
12th highest overall in the 2023 survey of over 100 institutions
Professor Rodney Day, Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, said: “The 2023 Postgraduate Research Experience Survey results demonstrate how highly our research students value LSBU’s postgraduate research environment.
“I am delighted that our outstanding, inspirational and highly expert staff have been recognised as providing amongst the very best doctoral supervision in the UK.”