The LSBU Business School provides students with excellent facilities across both our Southwark and Croydon campuses. Our teaching and learning spaces are both contemporary and flexible and can be used for everything from large meetings to informal get-togethers. Everyone shares our multi-use spaces from attending classes, meeting with your personal tutor, or finding a quiet place to study. Find out more about the University's facilities for students, student services and our inspiring London location.
Our campus buildings are flat with lifts for different floor access. Classrooms and teaching spaces offer flexible and accessible layouts for all students.
We use the following software and applications to enhance applied learning and practice across our Innovation, Leadership, Strategy and Management courses.
Our Bloomberg Suite is available for student use and for training. We use Bloomberg to monitor and analyse real-time financial market data and run simulations where students place trades on an electronic trading platform. Our students use Bloomberg to access news, price quotes and Bloomberg is used as a vital part in our modules such as risk management and financial econometrics. Most large financial firms have subscriptions to this service, and we provide the environment for our students to develop their knowledge on the platform and obtain qualifications.
Edmundo is a Business Management simulation software used across our modules from sustainable business to operations management and the CFO challenge, this software supports students in putting theory into practice.
NVIVO software is a qualitative data analysis (QDA) computer software package designed for qualitative researchers working with very rich text-based and/or multimedia information, where deep levels of analysis on small or large volumes of data is required. It is used widely in academia and industry.
SPSSis an industry-strength software package for the statistical analysis of data. It is used by market researchers, health researchers, survey companies, government, education researchers, marketing organisations and academia.
The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation at our Southwark campus, is available to all our students. It offers facilities for workshops, presentations and meetings, as well as business advice and mentoring. It is also a permanent home to the University's Enterprise and Central Research Teams.
The Business Solutions Centre delivered at both our Southwark Campus and Croydon Campus, offers free drop-in service for local businesses run by a trained team of student advisors and University professional and academic staff to help with business advise such as; small business accounting, marketing, social media and IT solutions.