London School of Commerce (LSC) is fully accredited by the British Accreditation Council For Independent Further and Higher Education (BAC). The School was set up with the primary aim of offering cost effective education leading to international degrees in Business, Management and Information Technology.
LSC has a collaborative partnership with University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC) which offers students from all around the world the opportunity to come to London to study programs of this internationally renowned university.
LSC offers flexible programme entry and exit points throughout the year, with three intakes annually, enabling students to proceed to the next level smoothly and at their pace. Furthermore, all programmes are "accelerated", which means students can complete their education in a shortened time frame.
The LSC campus is centrally located in the heart of London. It is only a five minute walk from London Bridge underground and train stations, and is in close proximity to many famous landmarks such as Tower Bridge, Tower of London, London Eye, Big Ben, London Dungeon, Houses of Parliament.
LSC also operates School of Technology & Management (STM) to offer various programs from University of East London.
LSC/STM Campus Life - Watch this video
LSC/STM Graduation Ceremony - Watch this video
Studying at LSC equips students with lasting all-round skills to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world. Students here come from many different countries making student life at LSC a truly international experience.
- Accredited by British Accreditation Council (BAC)
- Concentrate on all round skills development
- Affordable fees
- Students from different cultures
- Flexible programme entry and exit points throughout the year
- Collaboration with leading universities in UK & Australia
- Centrally located in London
- Multi-campus facilities
LSC Programs in Brief
Post Graduate Courses (1 year)
Eligibility: Bachelor's Degree with good grades
Undergraduate Courses (2 years - Accelerated)
- BA (Hons) Business Studies (University of Wales Institute, Cardiff)
Eligibility: 12th class (10+2) with good grades