Details for London South Bank University

Participant Status


Type of Organization


Type of Education

Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Doctoral, Executive


London, United Kingdom


Sign Up Date to PRME

19 Mar 2010

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

17 Mar 2017

Sharing Information on Progress (2016)

London South Bank University PRME Report 2016 - View Report

Period Covered: Oct 2014 to Oct 2016

The LSBU 2016 PRME SIP pulls together information across a range of activity areas demonstrating a clear commitment to the 6 PRME principles with a strong emphasis on ethical management and sustainability.

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Sustainable development is a central part of the UK Higher Education Funding Council’s strategy for the UK higher education sector (HEFCE, 2009, Sustainable Development in Higher Education). Our sustainable development policy at London South Bank University lays out a broad set of commitments in terms of curriculum, policy, university management, procurement and estates (see
Within the Faculty of Business, many postgraduate programmes of study also lead to professional accreditation (for example, by the UK’s Chartered Management Institute or the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development ). Students are therefore bound by the code of ethics of their chosen professions. Similarly, MBA students are encouraged to sign up to the Harvard MBA oath (see
Elsewhere within the University, the Centre for Cross-Curricular Initiatives (CCCI) in the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences has been working in partnership with government bodies and NGOs on global citizenship and sustainable development education since 1994.

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Knowledge transfer is a fundamental aspect of London South Bank University’s philosophy and approach to research and academic scholarship. It underpins our teaching programmes and the student learning experience, and enables the University to engage in a richer and more informed manner with business and external organizations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. The University is ranked in the top three universities in the UK for Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) activity (see
Recent projects include: Cooling the Tube, researching ways of reducing temperatures on the London Underground railway network The CEREB teaching, research and demonstration project for low carbon building design funded by the London Development Agency. The project features ground source heat pumps, solar shading and thermal massing to reduce demand on the heating and cooling systems of the University’s new building for the Faculty of Health and Social Care.

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