Preparing for Academic Studies10:00-17;00, 21-22 January 2020 Southwark Campus
Starting at LSBU this January?
Starting at University is both an exciting and life-changing experience, and we’re here to help you get the most out of your time with us. Get ahead of your studies with free our ‘Preparing for Academic Studies’ course.
This free course, taught in partnership between London South Bank University and Lambeth College is ideal for students starting at University in January 2020 and who want to develop their study skills and prepare for success at University. The course will cover the essential skills you need in the first year of your degree programme, as well as an opportunity to meet other new students from across the University.
Topics will include:
- Study skills
- Team working
- Presentation skills
- Academic vocabulary
- Academic terminology
- Harvard referencing
Why study this course at LSBU?
- Get a head start on key study skills you'll need in your first year of university, receiving a certificate of completion
- Explore the LSBU campus and library on a Welcome Tour
- Developing key skills in areas including public speaking, presentations and academic referencing
- Gain hands-on expertise, with teaching delivering in partnership between Lambeth College and London South Bank University
Teaching and learning
This two-day course will be taught via a range of interactive lectures, workshops, pair and group work.
This free course is available to all students based in the UK who are starting a degree programme with LSBU in January 2020.
How to apply
International (non Home/EU) applicants should follow our international how to apply guide.
To register for the course please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, date of birth and title of the course you will be starting at LSBU. You will be asked to complete a registration form on the day, where a form of ID will be needed.
The course will take place in Nelson Haden Lecture Theatre, Faraday Wing, Southwark Campus. Please use our campus map to help you get around.
The course runs across 21st-22nd January, 10-5pm