London School of Commerce
The London School of Commerce Group of Colleges (or LSC Group) enjoy a distinctive identity and close links with different associations and universities. LSC Group includes the London School of Commerce (LSC) and the School of Business and Law (SBL) in London, with campuses conveniently located near London Bridge. It also operates learning centres around the world in Serbia, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Sri Lanka, with additional centres in India and Vietnam. In total, the Colleges have a current enrolment of over 7,000 students from over 130 countries studying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Management and Information Technology.
The LSC Group is proud of the high level of success of its students, their excellent standard and commitment. Significantly large numbers of its former students have gone on to develop successful business careers throughout the world.
LSC London is
- the founding member of the Association of Independent Higher Education Providers (AIHEP)
- fully accredited by the Accreditation Service For International Colleges
- a member of Education UK – British Council
LSC London is also registered with the Department for Innovation, Universities & Skills (DIUS) on its Register of Education and Training Providers at www.dfes.gov.uk/providersregister. The Register is a list of Education and Training providers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The register does not quality assure or accredit in any way the learning provision of any registered provider.
LSC Campuses are located in
- Kuala Lumpur
Anglia Ruskin University
“The London School of Commerce, in association with Anglia Ruskin University, is one of the largest MBA providers in Europe”
LSC is very proud to be the Associate College of Anglia Ruskin University. Anglia Ruskin University courses are career-oriented and aim to provide its students with the key ingredients to a first class career. Anglia Ruskin University was previously known as UWIC and enjoys a global reputation as a premier UK university. It was recently ranked as the top new university in Wales by all four of the major British university guides:
- The Sunday Times University Guide 2011
- Complete University Guide published in The Independent
- The Guardian University League Table 2010
- Times Good University Guide 2011
ISBC Bangalore delivers courses in association with Anglia Ruskin University (UK).