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London South Bank University has over one hundred years of experience of providing high quality education for all types of students. Founded in 1892 as the Borough Polytechnic, it merged in 1970 with four other colleges to become South Bank Polytechnic and was granted University status in 1992. In 2003 it adopted the name London South Bank University. The University is a dynamic institution, internationally renowned for the vocational nature of its courses. It has a diverse multi-cultural population of around 23,500 students, of which 10% are international students, and some 2000 academic, professional service and support staff.
Situated close to Waterloo and London Bridge stations, London South Bank’s main campus at Elephant and Castle in historic Southwark, is at the hub of local transport only minutes away from the professional, social and cultural facilities of central London and the arts centres on the South Bank