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A report from professional services and Big Four firm KPMG and industry body UK Finance has urged finance firms in the UK to work together to fight cybercrime.
The report stated that a revamped approach is needed as cybercrime becomes a growing threat to the financial sector.Read more >>
MBA or Master of Finance? Which degree is the best for you and your career?Read more >>
Last month, Times Higher Education reported that they expect over half of the 120 mainstream UK universities to commit strategically to online learning in the coming year.
It seems to mark a moment of intensifying e-learning growth in the UK - even more so as institutions aim to reach out to the global marketplace.Read more >>
Here at London School of Business & Finance, we live and breathe online learning, and we’re passionate about making sure that all of our students stay up to date with the latest developments and resources available when studying our programmes online.
On Monday November 6 at 18:00 CET, we’ll be hosting a Facebook Live webinar to introduce you to the amazing features available on our online programmes.Read more >>
An MBA has become the prized higher education goal for those looking to accelerate their careers and develop the management skills needed to lead their industries.
The versatility of a Master of Business Administration means that graduates from all disciplines - science, humanities, technology, and engineering - can supplement their bachelor’s studies to take their careers to the next level.Read more >>
With your ACCA grades just about to arrive, we thought we’d suggest a few proven tactics for combatting results day anxiety.
We hope you’re about to get the news you’ve been hoping for!Read more >>
A chapter by the director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, Nick Hillman, has caused a stir with its proposal that the UK should set a target for 70% of young people to be enrolled in higher education by 2035.
The proposal, found in A New Blue Book, is likely to ruffle the feathers within the Conservative Government, whose policies the publication is aimed at influencing.Read more >>
The online digital degree movement is gaining momentum, and looks increasingly set to take us into a new education paradigm.
Nowhere is this more apparent than with the wildly popular MBA, which has become the must-have qualification for aspiring business aficionados.Read more >>
This month, Gold Mokwe - founder of Hot Since 91 - shares the story of how she brings nostalgic flair to events.
Hot Since 91 is a curated range of events and creative content with a social aim of bringing about diversity and unity through nostalgia.Read more >>
For many of us, self-driving cars still seem like a distant reality, confined to the realms of Silicon Valley. However, the strides being made in this field are making it look increasingly likely we are heading for a future where self-driving cars dominate our roads.
Supported by developing e-learning platforms, companies such as Lyft are looking to get more people involved in contributing to the future of private, and potentially public transport.Read more >>
In this edition of StartUp Spotlight, we meet AdSnap co-founder Thomas Lawrence.
AdSnap provides brands and advertising agencies the technology to measure the effectiveness of their offline advertising.Read more >>
Hélie d’Hautefort tells StartUp Spotlight about his idea for a new way to move money and pay abroad: no matter the country or the currency, GLOBCOIN® will keep you covered.
GLOBCOIN® is a fintech start-up based in London and Geneva which specialises in multi-currency payment.Read more >>
This month, we met Rashid Ajami, CEO of Campus Society; a worldwide platform bringing together students from every corner of the globe.
Campus Society is the world’s only collaboration, networking, and media platform, specifically designed to globalise knowledge from the 200 million global student population.Read more >>
A marketing degree is an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification that explores a wide range of topics, such as market research, marketing strategy, consumer behaviour, advertising, and public relations.Read more >>
Getting a marketing degree can open the door to many different career paths, as you’ll develop a broad and increasingly valuable set of skills.
For example, a specialised online marketing degree will give you highly transferable skills, and a knowledge of marketing strategy is an extremely desirable trait in the vast majority of organisations.Read more >>
With a growing role in the economy and the ability to create new markets, start-ups continue to bring innovation to business.
To reflect all the latest developments in this section of the market, we are pleased to bring back our successful StartUp Spotlight column, exploring the latest new ideas.Read more >>
An MBA qualification is highly desirable – not least for the potential boost to salary and career opportunities for graduates.
Luckily, when it comes to funding your course, there are options.Read more >>
A lot of people think having a job focused on numbers means that you must not have a good sense of humour. However, any accountant will prove you wrong!
Here are our top ten jokes about finance and accountancy.Read more >>
ACCA results are now out, but many students may not have achieved the marks they wanted. However, there’s no reason to feel downhearted – there are always re-sits where you can do better and learn from your experience.
Here are our tips on how to turn disappointing news into success the next time round.Read more >>
As part of the LSBF Great Minds series, Chris Wakerley MBE, Managing Director and Co-Founder of KPMG Boxwood, discussed his experiences of business in an interview with Dr Steve Priddy, Head of Research at London School of Business and Finance (LSBF).
Mr Wakerley co-founded Boxwood in 2000. The company has worked across a range of sectors - including retail, infrastructure, private equity and life sciences – and was acquired by KPMG in 2015.Read more >>
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.
“I personally believe this is the most exciting time to be in communications,” she said. “The whole landscape we work in has changed […]It used to be that you created a client story and got coverage and were measured on the volume of coverage. But we are now competing with everyone.Read more >>
Video: Great Minds series - LSBF interviews Michael Gray, General Manager of the Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill
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’.Read more >>
Dr Steve Priddy, LSBF's Director of Research, has interviewed Dutch entrepreneur and author Marga Hoek about her recent best-selling book.Read more >>
Raunaq Zaidi, an Indian student who graduated in 2011 with an MBA (UoW) in Marketing Management, came to London because of its cultural diversity.
Studying in the uniquely multi-cultural environment of LSBF has fully prepared him for his job at the State Bank of India in London.Read more >>
Accountants must possess some pretty impressive skills in order to get the job done. An accomplished accountant will spot things you fail to notice and help you prepare for tax time, auditors or potential investigations.
Here, we count down the top four super powers all accountants must have in order to be successful...Read more >>