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Hey, has anyone applied to LSBU or hold an unconditional offer like myself to start studying at LSBU in September 19'?
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Hey, has anyone applied to LSBU or hold an unconditional offer like myself to start studying at LSBU in September 19'?
I've moved this thread to London South Bank University


Unfortunately, asking about/setting up off-site group chats is not allowed for safeguarding reasons.

You will find an applicant chat thread in the subforum I've linked above
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Yes me,
What course did you choose
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hold an unconditional for Business Management with Entrepreneurship and Enterprise starting in September!
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hold an unconditional for Business Management with Entrepreneurship and Enterprise starting in September!
That’s nice and very complex too,wow.
I also start in September I have an unconditional offer for Law.
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nice mate! law is a top subject!
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yass im going this yearrr studying Business Management, hbu??
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Hey, has anyone applied to LSBU or hold an unconditional offer like myself to start studying at LSBU in September 19'?
yass im going to London South Bank this year studying Business Management wbu??
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yes mate i am too! specialising in entrepreneurship
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ohh nice! im so nervous to start I literally know no one 😂😭
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Same! I got an unconditional offer to study law there. Is this your firm or insurance?
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oh nice! it’s my firm choice wbu?
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It’s my insurance but I’m now more interested in studying there. Do you live locally there or have you applied for accommodation?I’m more worried about finding new friend since I don’t know anyone. Wbu?
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noo I don’t live locally but i heard the uni has improved a lot over the years. trust me im the same but there’s a groupchat on whatsapp if you wanna join let me know!
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Hi, I just joined! I'm starting Midwifery at LSBU in September 😀
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Hi, I just joined! I'm starting Midwifery at LSBU in September 😀
oh nice! you looking forward to it?
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I'm incredibly excited!!!
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Hey, has anyone applied to LSBU or hold an unconditional offer like myself to start studying at LSBU in September 19'?
Don’t go South Bank! The work is so trivial a 5 year old can do it and get a top first class honours degree from there.

Employers won’t respect the degree also, and the CV will go straight in the bin!

Southbank is a place where all the ‘special kids’ go, who can’t go anywhere else, hence all the super low entry requirements and unconditional offers. They are desperate for students and money.

If your going to spend 3 years at a university, at least go somewhere where your degree actually means something, not just a piece of paper. Look at league tables and reputation and make a decent decision.

If you have no choice but to go to somewhere like South Bank, my advice would be to skip university all together.
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Don’t go South Bank! The work is so trivial a 5 year old can do it and get a top first class honours degree from there.

Employers won’t respect the degree also, and the CV will go straight in the bin!

Southbank is a place where all the ‘special kids’ go, who can’t go anywhere else, hence all the super low entry requirements and unconditional offers. They are desperate for students and money.

If your going to spend 3 years at a university, at least go somewhere where your degree actually means something, not just a piece of paper. Look at league tables and reputation and make a decent decision.

If you have no choice but to go to somewhere like South Bank, my advice would be to skip university all together.
Heyy did you go south bank if you don’t mind me asking and if so was your experience this bad ?
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I’m gonna do sport science and I’m nervous because I don’t know anyone that’s going to the uni. Haven’t seen or heard of anyone doing the same course as me 😬.
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