We're a name with value when it comes to healthcare and enhancing our support for the NHS is one of the key goals of the Institute of Health and Social Care. We’re training the next generation of nurses to meet the area's physical and mental wellbeing needs and address a severe shortage of healthcare practitioners in Croydon. By pairing specialist facilities with local placements, in multidisciplinary environments, we make career-ready carers that make an impact on their communities as soon as they graduate.
Our Croydon campus is home to the only Chiropractic course in London, bringing you closer to the heart of the action, and giving you a head start into employment.
You will be graduating from Croydon with the right skills, experience and confidence, knowing that opportunities will be knocking at your door!
Our public facing teaching clinic includes nine treatment areas and a large rehabilitation space, giving chiropractic students real world experience as they treat the Croydon community.
Nursing students have access to state-of-the-art simulation space, that can be adapted for a general ward space, emergency room and critical care areas with hi-fidelity manakins. Our nursing skills spaces allow us to flex to different needs and professional requirements, and adapt to the ever changing health environment.
Studying and working local is important. As a Nursing student, you’ll apply your learning in a variety of clinical and health care settings, including placements on general medical and surgical wards, critical care areas such as A&E departments or intensive care units in leading NHS Trusts in and around the Croydon area and Gatwick triangle.
How to apply
You can apply now for a full-time course starting in September 2024 through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You’ll need the LSBU institution code L75 and the unique UCAS code for each course, which you can find on the relevant course page. To study at LSBU Croydon please put a C on your UCAS application.