About the University
London South Bank University is a cosmopolitan college with a diverse range of international and domestic students from over 130 nations. London South Bank University is the only university to be awarded the Graduate Employment University of the Year for two years in a row (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, 2019). London South Bank University is the Top 10 London University for Graduate Starting Salaries, and the University has obtained the largest possible rating for the quality of its education from the Independent Quality Assurance Agency.
Times Higher Education Rankings
Guardian Academic Rankings
The university has four halls of residence in the heart of central London, and only a short commute to campus. All halls are within a ten-minute walk of the Southbank campus. The halls are self-catered with shared kitchen spaces, communal areas and have on-site teams to build a real sense of community amongst the students. Accommodation is prioritised for first years.
The university's Student Union manages the clubs, societies and support services on campus. With dozens to choose from, there's opportunities for everyone to continue - or start - a hobby or sport while at university. London is also one of the busiest capitals in the world and offers a diverse nightlife, as well as excellent shopping and retail districts, museums and places to explore.
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