Application is now open for the LSBU Postgraduate Scholarships at the London South Bank University. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About London South Bank University and Scholarship
Located in Elephant and Castle, London, London South Bank University (LSBU) is a public institution. Its headquarters are in the London Borough of Southwark, close to the River Thames’ South Bank, from whence it derives its name. The Borough Polytechnic Institute, which was established in 1892, was given university status in 1992 as a result of the Further and Higher Education Act of 1992.
Since changing its name to London South Bank University (LSBU) in September 2003, the university has opened several new centers, including the School of Health and Social Care, the Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Buildings (CEREB), a new Student Center, an Enterprise Center, and a new media center called Elephant Studios. 16,840 students attend the institution, and 1,700 work there.
The institution received the Times Higher Education Awards’ Entrepreneurial Institution of the Year honor in November 2016. London South Bank University received a Silver grade in the first-ever Teaching Excellence Framework in 2017. When Borough Polytechnic Institute was established in 1892, it was known as London South Bank University. Since then, it has undergone several name changes. In 1970, it was renamed the Polytechnic of the South Bank. In 1987, South Bank Polytechnic. In 1992, South Bank University. In 2003, London South Bank University. Several additional academic institutes have amalgamated with the university. The university came in at number 92 out of 121 British universities in The Guardian’s 2018 league ranking for teaching excellence.
The institution is ranked 120th in The Sunday Times league table, which evaluates several variables such as teaching effectiveness, research excellence, and employment rates. For legal students, The Guardian ranked LSBU as equal to 13th. London South Bank University has 70% of British students are city residents. Students predominantly come from the East London Borough of Newham as well as the South London Boroughs of Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham, and Croydon. Over 3,000 students from the EU and other international students from more than 130 countries make up 12% of foreign-born students. Over 80% of the student body is regarded as mature (21 or older when they start their course), and 56% of students are members of racial or ethnic minorities.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Program at London South Bank University (LSBU) aims to provide significant financial assistance to overseas students who intend to pursue their Postgraduate studies at the University. Either full- or part-time study is possible. The total payment for courses completed over more than one year will be prorated and will not exceed £3,000 in total.
Details about LSBU Postgraduate Scholarships at London South Bank University:
Scholarship Sponsor: London South Bank University
Scholarship Value: £3,000
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): London South Bank University
Eligibility Criteria for LSBU Postgraduate Scholarships
- A conditional or unconditional offer for one of LSBU’s postgraduate programs must be held by applicants.
- Academic excellence (Enic-Naric will be used to determine the comparability of credentials gained outside the UK).
- Evidence of a candidate’s dedication to their future job as well as their prior practical or academic success.
Application Procedure for LSBU Postgraduate Scholarships
Once a candidate has firmly accepted an unconditional or conditional offer to study at LSBU, they must submit an online application through email. To ensure they receive an offer and have enough time to finish their scholarship application, candidates are urged to apply for admission to LSBU as soon as possible. It is important to visit the official website for additional information before applying for this scholarship.
The Submission Deadline is: November 30, 2023