26 Jun 2017

London School of Commerce

Offers a portfolio of graduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Management, and IT.

LSC was one of the first colleges in the UK to be granted the Highly Trusted Sponsor status by the UK Border Agency for the Tier 4 student visa. The London School of Commerce enjoys a distinctive identity and close links with various Associations and Universities.

• The London School of Commerce (LSC) was founded November 1999, with an initial group of 55 students. They studied postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in Business and Computing in collaboration with Charles Sturt University, Australia. In October 2006, the London School of Commerce was formally awarded the status of an Associate College of the Cardiff Metropolitan University (formerly UWIC).
• In 2007, with the widening portfolio of collaborations, another sub-division, the School of Business and Law (SBL) was formed, which conducts more specialised programmes in Accounting and Business. The School of Business and Law is an Associate College of the University of Gloucestershire. Simultaneously the Group started expanding overseas, and opened two campuses; Westminster International College (WIC) in Kuala Lumpur and Asian Centre for Management and Information Technology (ACMIT) in Bangladesh.
• LSC/SBL is a high profile Group, which has a close working relationship with the Joint Education Taskforce (JET) of the current Department for Education (DfE) and Home Office. The three divisions have three separate student intakes per year, and the combined Group recruits around 3000 international students each year. Today there are over 6000 students across the three divisions.
• Three new additions have been added in 2010-2011. A new division in Sri Lanka was validated on 1 December 2010, and officially opened on 1 February as the British School of Commerce] 2011. Another campus in Belgrade, Serbia was validated on 8 December 2010, and officially opened on 8 February 2011. The third one is in Bangalore, India.
• The LSC Group has recently formed a Charity Foundation known as COPTE (Combating Poverty Through Education). The Charity is registered in order to sponsor educational projects, primarily in developing countries. The COPTE mission is to assist destitute children in their educational path, through direct and philanthropic grant giving in order that the poverty cycle may be broken. One of the most recent projects to receive support form COPTE is Maw Sevana Home for Boys, Colombo, Sri Lanka. really good school
The London School of Commerce (LSC) offers a portfolio of graduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Management, and Information Technology leading to internationally recognised qualifications. Our campus is within easy walking distance of the very heart of London, offering our students the chance to study in one of the world's greatest financial, cultural and historic capital cities.
• In association with Cardiff Metropolitan University, LSC offers cost-effective, fast-track courses leading to internationally recognised qualifications including MBAs and MScs
• Obtain a globally recognised British degree
• Awarding body; Cardiff Metropolitan University
• LSC, in association with our partner university, is one of the largest MBA providers in Europe
• Fees payable in easy instalments
• Transfer credits to one of our international campuses
• Access to over 70,000 online materials

• Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business and Management Studies
• Bachelor of Science (Honours) Computing
• Master of Business Administration
• Master of Science International Tourism Management
• Master of Science International Hospitality Management
• Master of Science Management Consultancy
• Master of Science Information Technology
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business and Management Sciences 
  •  John: LSC is awesome because of its diversity. The professors are professional teacher, and really, you will get a decent job in UK with this degree