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London School
of Business and Finance
Established 2003
Type Business School
Location London, United Kingdom
Website http://www.lsbf.org.uk

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), in London (UK) is a business school established in 2003. It offers tutorial support for Master's degrees programmes in management and finance, including MBA, ACCA,CIMA, CIM, CFA, as well as professional education in the following areas: business, management, marketing, finance and accountancy.

LSBF collaborates with Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB) to provide dual MBA programs, which combine MBA degree with others (f.e. CFA, CIMA, etc). In partnership with the University of East London (UEL) LSBF developed Masters programs.

In affiliation with Grenoble Ecole de Management Graduate School of Business LSBF is recognized by:

It is also certified by The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) for tuition for the Diploma in Financial Management[6]

LSBF is under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent,[7][8] who sponsors the special scholarship scheme for outstanding students from emerging countries.

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Faculties

There are 5 faculties at the school: Management, Finance & Accounting, Marketing, Technology in Business and Executive Development.

Programs

LSBF teaches the following programs:

Masters

Dual programs

Professional

For executive

Short-term

Undergraduate

  • BA International Business
  • BA Business Technology
  • BA Law

Students

Students from over 140 countries only confirm the reputation of LSBF as an international business school. The majority of the LSBF students – 85% − come from outside Europe. Age of students ranges from 25 to 41. The typical student of LSBF has about 1–2 years of work experience and a graduate degree in Economics or Business.[9]lsb

Notable lecturers

  • Andy Wright (ACCA, MBA, Cert. Ed)
  • Susan Margaret Hoof (FCMA, MAAT, PGCE)
  • David Jeremy Silverman
  • Stephen Coe (FCA, MA Cambridge University)
  • John Hemming (FCA, Cert. Ed)
  • Hafeez Qazi (BSc, ACMA )
  • Randolph Metz-Johnson (DMS, MBA, MCIM, PGCE, PhD)
  • Dr Robert L. Jenkins (MA, MBA, PhD,)

See also

List of business schools in Europe Prince Michael of Kent Business school

References

  1. ^ www.aacsb.edu/publications/enewsline/archive_print/Vol6-issue2.pdf
  2. ^ AACSB International
  3. ^ Association of MBAs: The Association provides a network for MBAs, business schools and employers. We also offer an important forum for the exchange of knowledge, ideas and best practice
  4. ^ EFMD
  5. ^ EFMD
  6. ^ London School of Business and Finance - ACCA
  7. ^ HRH Prince Michael of Kent : Charities
  8. ^ LSBF - London School of Business and Finance. Patrons
  9. ^ LSBF

External links

Coordinates: 51°31′04″N 0°06′39″W / 51.5179°N 0.1108°W / 51.5179; -0.1108

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