Welcome to the London School of Business and Management. They are a specialist institution in Bloomsbury, the academic heart of London. They deliver full-time undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in Business, Accounting and Finance, and Law that are awarded by the University of Northampton.
The London School of Business and Management is a vibrant and contemporary learning community that seeks to meet the needs of all their students by offering networking opportunities and a uniquely international environment. They are proud of their diverse and vibrant student body. In 2012-13 half of their students came from the UK, with the other half of the student body coming from across Europe and the rest of the world. More than two thirds of their students were enrolled on an undergraduate course and the remainder were completing a postgraduate qualification.
They ensure that their students participate as active members of the learning community. Every semester each student group elects a Student Academic Representative (STAR) to serve on the Student and Staff Consultative Committee, to ensure effective and timely communication between students and the Institution. As part of their duties the STARs are also included as full decision-making members of their Academic Committee and Course Committees, which help shape the way the Institution, runs and the courses are delivered. They encourage students to engage with their studies and provide regular feedback to allow them to monitor and enhance their course delivery.
Their partnership with the University of Northampton, and their agreements with Birkbeck College, University of London (where their classes are taught) and the University of London Student Central, put them in a unique position to make it possible to provide their students with a high quality ‘university experience’ with significant, individual support in the heart of London.
Their student body is international, culturally diverse and dynamic. They put students at the heart of their decision making processes, ensuring student membership on all of their academic committees. Their Student Academic Representatives are key to their development as an institution.