London School of Commerce (LSC) is one of the largest independent higher education providers in the UK, with a well-respected global reputation. LSC was set up with the primary aim of offering cost-effective education leading to international degrees in Business, Management and Information Technology.
LSC provides high-quality education to students who would not traditionally enter higher education – over 80% of its students are from non-traditional academic backgrounds. Programmes are available on a full and part-time basis, during the day time and evenings to further assist those in work or with caring responsibilities to return to higher education.
Why choose LSC?
- LSC is fully accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC) for Independent, Further and Higher Education Institutions;
- LSC works with well-known British Universities world-wide to build strong global education hubs;
- In association with its partner universities, LSC is one of the largest MBA providers in Europe;
- Over 90% of graduates are in employment within six months of leaving LSC.
LSC offers internationally-recognised undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Business, Management or Information Technology. There are also foundation programmes which provide progression to the undergraduate honours programmes in Business Management and Health and Social Care.
Academic programmes include: English Language; Business Foundation; Undergraduate BA Business; and Master of Business Administration (MBA).
The LSC Group delivers its own programmes, validated by Awarding Bodies, but most of its work is undertaken with partner Universities, on LSC’s behalf. LSC’s key University partners are:
- University of Bedfordshire
- University of Suffolk
- New College Durham
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- MUST University
For more information, please visit the LSC partners webpage.
Campuses & Facilities
LSC offers attractive multi-campus facilities in London. The main LSC teaching and administrative campus is located in London Bridge. There is also the Chaucer House Campus, within walking distance of Tower Bridge. There is also a well-appointed campus within 10 minutes walk at Pocock house in Southwark. There are further modern teaching facilities only five minutes walk away at Elephant and Castle. For more information, please visit LSC’s dedicated London campuses webpage.
LSC also operates international campuses around the world. Students have the chance to transfer between colleges, giving students the opportunity to take courses in different countries. Global campuses include LSC Malta; Westminster International College, Kula Lumpur; BSC Colombo; and, LSC Dhaka. For full details, please visit LSC’s dedicated international campuses webpage.
LSC welcomes both UK and international students from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds. LSC has a global community of more than 10,000 students from over 100 countries.
Entry requirements for LSC vary between the different courses and partner universities. For full details, please visit the LSC partners webpage and follow the links for the programme you are interested in.
LSC offers bursaries/scholarships for students from certain countries from time to time. Please contact the School for further details.
Scholarships may also be awarded by individual partner universities. For more information, please visit the LSC partners webpage and follow the links for the programme you are interested in.
LSC Research and Innovation Centre
The LSC Research & Innovation Centre (RIC) aims to encourage and support young academics and Doctoral candidates who are engaged in research, principally in the fields of strategic management; technology & innovation; entrepreneurship; marketing and competitiveness; leadership; organisational learning and knowledge management; international & cross-cultural management; public sector management; and, emerging economies.
The LSC RIC is currently running Doctoral programmes in collaboration with its University partners, with more than 500 doctoral students studying PhD or DBA programmes.
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