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What is a marketing degree?

A marketing degree is an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification that explores a wide range of topics, such as market research,…

What can you do with a marketing degree?

Getting a marketing degree can open the door to many different career paths, as you’ll develop a broad and increasingly…

#StartUpSpotlight: Biowatch

With a growing role in the economy and the ability to create new markets, start-ups continue to bring innovation to…

5 ways to fund your MBA

An MBA qualification is highly desirable – not least for the potential boost to salary and career opportunities for graduates.…

How to succeed in your ACCA studies

Going into the accountancy field is a big decision. If you’re planning to study for the ACCA qualification, one of…

What are your options after you get your ACCA results?

For most students, passing the ACCA exams takes up a huge amount of their time and energy – but once…

TEDxSquareMile to host City of London conference

TEDxSquareMile, partner of LSBF Executive Education, will be hosting a conference in the City of London later this month. TEDxSquareMile…

SEO link building: 5 must reads

In an ever-increasing digital world, search engine optimisation is becoming more and more important when it comes to getting your…

Top tips for beating exam stress

There’s a lot of pressure on students to do well, whether it’s during school, university or whilst studying for a…

10 jokes only an accountant could understand

A lot of people think having a job focused on numbers means that you must not have a good sense…

Didn’t pass your ACCA exam? Here’s how to succeed next time

ACCA results are now out, but many students may not have achieved the marks they wanted. However, there’s no reason…

Video: Great Minds series - LSBF interviews Chris Wakerley MBE, MD of KPMG Boxwood

As part of the LSBF Great Minds series, Chris Wakerley MBE, Managing Director and Co-Founder of KPMG Boxwood, discussed his…

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