November 02 ,2017 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Join our live online learning webinar and get your questions answered!

Online learning webinar

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.

Our e-learning experts Joshua, Chris, and Quavia will be online and ready to show you exactly how an online programme works, including:

  • A guided tour of our online learning platform
  • How to interact with your fellow students and tutors online
  • How to keep track of your study schedule and assignments
  • What you’ll need to submit a successful application

The webinar will finish with a Q&A session, where Joshua, Chris, and Quavia will be happy to answer any questions you have about the online learning experience, from choosing a programme and submitting your application all the way through to writing your dissertation and becoming one of our alumni.

To make sure you get notified before the webinar begins, visit London School of Business and Finance’s Facebook page and give us a like. You’ll get a notification when we’re about to go live. We’ll also email you beforehand as an extra reminder.

In the meantime, to find out more about our full range of online degree programmes, professional qualifications, and executive education courses, please follow this link

We can’t wait for you to join us on Monday November 6!

LSBF Blog Staff

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