News About LSBF
In a live interview with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), Kath Easthope, Managing Director of Bite Global – an agency which delivers innovative marketing and communications solutions, spoke about how the industry’s landscape has become more exciting to be a part of.
Speaking with Dr Steve Priddy, LSBF’s Director of Research and Academic Dean, Ms Easthope explained the history of Bite and how they became a successful company, what she looks for in a “Biter” (the affectionate term
LSBF Great Minds: Hyatt Regency’s Michael Gray Talks Innovation and Career Potential in the Hospitality Industry
Michael Gray, General Manager of the Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill, and Area Vice President for the UK and Ireland for Hyatt International, has spoken out about the hospitality industry and the great career paths it has to offer.
Speaking to London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) as part of the Great Minds video series in the luxurious surroundings of The Churchill (the company’s London branch under his management), Mr Gray described hospitality sector careers as ‘wonderful’.
London School of Business and Finance’s (LSBF) Great Minds series, an ongoing series of video interviews with business and political leaders, has now become an award winning video series.
At the PQ Magazine Awards 2016, held on 23February in Central London, the LSBF Great Minds series received the prestigious Editor’s Award.
More than 20 business and political personalities were interviewed last year as part of the Great Minds series, including the start of a new live audience category of videos: Great Minds Live.
LSBF Expands Executive Education Programmes in New York with Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM)
London School of Business and Finance has announced an agreement with MIM that allows applicants to study selected LSBF executive programmes in the financial heart of New York City.
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) today announced the launch of a brand new website completely dedicated to professional courses including accountancy qualifications ACCA and CIMA. As LSBF’s first e-commerce website, it was designed to encourage student engagement, making information more accessible and giving them the ability to easily book their courses at any time.
London School of Business and Finance regrets the Home Office decision to revoke its Tier 4 licence. Our priority is to protect our hard working international students and their ability to complete their courses and we have plans in place to manage the impact on students and staff following the Home Office decision.
London School of Business and Finance’s (LSBF) accountancy faculty, students, resources and programmes have, for another consecutive year, been nominated for the PQ Magazine Awards, which confer accolades to the best institutions, teachers, materials, students and learning platforms in the accountancy market.
Following a year of development and significant investment in new programmes, facilities and resources, LSBF and its official e-learning partner InterActive were shortlisted with a total of five nominations in categories such as Study Resource of the Year, Best Use of Social Media and Online College of the Year.
LSBF and Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM) join forces to offer Executive Education courses in New York
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) and Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM) today announced a new agreement that allows applicants interested in selected LSBF’s executive programmes to study at the MIM campus, which is located in the Wall Street area, the financial heart of New York City.
This opportunity to study in the heart of New York is intended for students who are looking for international exposure, flexibility, and access to global employers in one of the world’s most important economic centres. The programmes available are four Postgraduate Certificates and the miniMBA programme.
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) and Finance Business Training (FBT) today published their agreed Action Plan in response to the recommendations made in the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education’s (QAA) Higher Education Review (HER) report from 1 October 2015.
LSBF Great Minds: Rising life expectancy a financial challenge for pensions, believes Senior Partner of Sackers
In an interview with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), Ian Pittaway, Senior Partner of Sacker & Partners LLP, said he believes that the pensions sector will face new challenges because of a continually rising life expectancy.
Speaking with Nadim Choudhury, LSBF’s Head of Career Services & Employability at as part of the LSBF Great Minds series, Mr Pittaway discussed the issues that will affect the pensions sector in the near future.