MBA at London School of Business and Finance


JamieO
Hey Lukeh buddy is this really worth it ?. Did you know what my British Council advisor says this is not a recognised degree. Can you please advice further by looking at the link.

http://www.dfes.gov.uk/recognisedukdegrees/index.cfm?fuseaction=institutes.list&InstituteCategoryID=2&OrderBy=Category


The college degree from London School of Business and Finance or GGSB does not exist at all.... :)


You'll notice that London Business School isn't on the dfes list either.... so what does that mean...? ;-)

Its kind of weird how the school names are so similar isn't it? LBS / LSBF - slightly confusing for the market place. Does anyone actually know the school personally?
<blockquote>Hey Lukeh buddy is this really worth it ?. Did you know what my British Council advisor says this is not a recognised degree. Can you please advice further by looking at the link.

http://www.dfes.gov.uk/recognisedukdegrees/index.cfm?fuseaction=institutes.list&InstituteCategoryID=2&OrderBy=Category


The college degree from London School of Business and Finance or GGSB does not exist at all.... :)
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You'll notice that London Business School isn't on the dfes list either.... so what does that mean...? ;-)

Its kind of weird how the school names are so similar isn't it? LBS / LSBF - slightly confusing for the market place. Does anyone actually know the school personally?
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sashcell
JamieO,Though the degree comes from France in my research if you notice on the prospectus on the bottom-left it does state University of East London.This University is accredited.We need to ask the school if this is accredited by GGSB or by UEL.If accredited by UEL then it makes sense to go for it.By looking at the degree it does look really tough because you have to hit something similar to a proverb "Hitting two birds with a stone"
JamieO,Though the degree comes from France in my research if you notice on the prospectus on the bottom-left it does state University of East London.This University is accredited.We need to ask the school if this is accredited by GGSB or by UEL.If accredited by UEL then it makes sense to go for it.By looking at the degree it does look really tough because you have to hit something similar to a proverb "Hitting two birds with a stone"
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NinaNina
Hi guys and thank you for sharing thoughts about the LSBF's MBA!

I am still thinking about an MBA in UK as I plan to move to London this summer. This one seems to be a good one for me, i like the syllabus etc but it would be great if someone can share direct feedback...

sashcell, could you please let me know if you applied and if yes - how is the process so far?...

many many thanks!!

Nina
Hi guys and thank you for sharing thoughts about the LSBF's MBA!

I am still thinking about an MBA in UK as I plan to move to London this summer. This one seems to be a good one for me, i like the syllabus etc but it would be great if someone can share direct feedback...

sashcell, could you please let me know if you applied and if yes - how is the process so far?...

many many thanks!!

Nina
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snehaa
even i prefer LSBF but if we compare it with Coventry and Liverpool university which will be better one?
even i prefer LSBF but if we compare it with Coventry and Liverpool university which will be better one?
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Duncan
I think the order is: Liverpool > Coventry > LSBF
I think the order is: Liverpool > Coventry > LSBF
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Mamit
I hope its university of Liverpool and not Liverpool John Moore or liverpool hope
I hope its university of Liverpool and not Liverpool John Moore or liverpool hope
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Duncan
I've been very interested to read and listen to some of the media coverage about events at London School of Business and Finance and its partner, the London Metropolitan University. There's an interesting BBC report, and radio interview about it at:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9748000/9748667.stm

It includes a very interesting denial: "the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), one of the academic partners of London Metropolitan University mentioned in the interview, said it "refutes any allegation that the revocation of London Met's license was in any way connected to LSBF or to the partnership between the two institutions."

The Times' Higher Education Supplement reports that LSBF might take over London Met: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=421049&c=1

Another article is at http://thepienews.com/news/london-met-not-a-ghost-college-says-vc/
I've been very interested to read and listen to some of the media coverage about events at London School of Business and Finance and its partner, the London Metropolitan University. There's an interesting BBC report, and radio interview about it at:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9748000/9748667.stm

It includes a very interesting denial: "the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), one of the academic partners of London Metropolitan University mentioned in the interview, said it "refutes any allegation that the revocation of London Met's license was in any way connected to LSBF or to the partnership between the two institutions."

The Times' Higher Education Supplement reports that LSBF might take over London Met: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=421049&c=1

Another article is at http://thepienews.com/news/london-met-not-a-ghost-college-says-vc/
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