Undergraduate offer holders

Find out about our guaranteed opportunities and free additional products and services

Join us for exclusive offer holder webinars

Congratulations on your offer to study with the School of Law & Social Sciences. We’d love for you to join our upcoming online webinars, hosted by your course tutors. Here, you’ll have the chance to learn more about studying your chosen subject and have the opportunity to take part in a live QA. This is your opportunity to find out why LSBU is right for you and meet our inspiring academic’s, so don’t miss out!

Find your subject webinar below and register today. We’ll send you joining details and look forward to seeing you soon.


Subject: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
When: Tuesday 28th April, 3.00-4.00pm
Hosted by: Oswaldo Cadenas
What to expect: Oswaldo Cadenas (Head of Electrical and Electronic Engineering) will deliver an overview and what to expect from the Electrical courses within the School, you’ll have the chance for a Q&A session with Oswaldo. To join the webinar, please register here.


Subject: Computer Science and Informatics
When: Wednesday 29th April, 11am-12m
Hosted by: Marie Lemac
What to expect: Marie will deliver an overview and what to expect from the courses within the School, you’ll have the chance for a Q&A session with Marie. To join the webinar, please register here.


Subject: Chemical and Energy Engineering
When: Wednesday 29th April, 2pm-3pm
Hosted by: Steven Dunn
What to expect: Steven Dunn (Head of Chemical and Energy Engineering) will deliver an overview and what to expect from the courses within the School, you’ll have the chance for a Q&A session with Steven. To join the webinar, please register here.


Subject: Mechanical Engineering
When: Monday 4th May 1pm-2pm
Hosted by: Robin Jones
What to expect: Robin Jones (Head of Mechanical Engineering) will deliver an overview and what to expect from the courses within the School, you’ll have the chance for a Q&A session with Robin. To join the webinar, please register here.


Subject: Product Design
When: Monday 4th May 3pm-4pm
Hosted by: Robin Jones
What to expect: Robin Jones (Head of Mechanical Engineering) will deliver an overview and what to expect from the courses within the School, you’ll have the chance for a Q&A session with Robin. To join the webinar, please register here.


To ensure that we make life as easy as possible, all full-time undergraduate Home/EU students starting in the School of Engineering in September 2020, will receive a number of guaranteed opportunities and free additional products/services.

Offer Holder events and activities

On campus Events

Once we’ve made you an offer, keep an eye out for your email invitation to our Offer Holder Events. These events are tailored just for you, where you can meet your classmates, some of your lecturers, find out more about next steps and modules, and ask any questions you may have.

Offer Holder Events are invitation only, so to avoid missing out make sure that we have your up-to-date email address and phone number. If you need to update your contact details please email the admissions team lsbuadmissions@lsbu.ac.uk

Online Events

At LSBU we offer a range of different online events. You can find the full listings of the events we offer at the University on our WhatsOn page  with full event details, Life in Elephant and Castle, What we do for you and Support at LSBU.

Opportunities for Students

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25 x £250 Dean's bursaries linked to highest UCAS tariff points on entry and attendance in Semester 1. Successful students will be notified in Semester 2 of Year 1 of their studies if they have been awarded a bursary.
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Two core text books for each course (print or digital).
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Student membership of the Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET), Institute of Mechanical Engineering (iMechE), Informatics Society and Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Society – providing networking opportunities with industry practitioners and attendance at seminars.

Post-application events

Each year we run a series of post-application events tailored to undergraduate students. You can read about them on our subject specific events page.

Most of the events are invitation only. So, to avoid missing out please make sure that we hold your up-to-date email address and telephone number. Read more about updating your contact information.

Prepare to start

In the "Prepare to start" tab on your individual course page, you can find information to help you prepare for your studies, including enrolment, induction and recommended reading. You can find your course according to subject area:

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