The Beauty Academy South London Training Centre

In the heart of London SE1 is our London Bridge beauty school. A short walk from London Bridge underground station, this beauty school offers our full range of beauty courses, make up courses, nail courses, eye treatments, hair removal courses and holistic therapy training.

By rail/tube:
The Beauty Academy is situated in Talbot Yard, directly opposite the Slug and Lettuce on Borough High Street. Take the Borough High Street tube exit and turn left onto Borough High Street. Keep walking straight until you can see the Slug and Lettuce in front to your right and the Wrap It Up shop to your left – once you reach this point, turn left down Talbot Yard and the entrance is the first door to your left. 

Directions from London Bridge Rail Station:
Located within a five minutes walking distance from London Bridge Rail and Underground station. Exit the station and walk towards Borough High Street, turn left onto Borough High Street and follow the directions as above. 

Directions from Waterloo Rail Station:
Taking the Jubilee Line from Waterloo and leave train at London Bridge (Waterloo–Southwark–London Bridge). Estimated journey time six minutes. Walking is approximately one mile from Waterloo Rail Station.

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Our diploma and VTCT beauty, holistic, nail and make-up courses in South London are run at our well-equipped beauty school located on Borough High Street, set on road opposite the well-recognised Slug and Lettuce Pub, making it easily located and accessible via tube with only a few minutes’ walk from the nearest station.

The central location makes our London Bridge location a popular centre for our students, with a beautifully-decorated interior and equipped to teach a wide variety of training courses with up-to-date equipment and excellent teaching staff. A student room, where students are seated to learn theory prior to practical training, is joined to the massage and nail/make-up areas, and the centre also has a small kitchenette for lunch breaks.

We do advise that students use public transport to access this centre either via tube or train.