As LSBF continues to expand the portfolio of services offered to students and increase their global experience, the school is proud to announce that it has been awarded with the Erasmus University Charter (EUC).
The Islamic finance and banking industry has seen large increases in recent years and with annual growth rates of over 20%, it has managed to establish itself as part of the mainstream market.
As part of LSBF’s ethos of promoting creativity and business thinking globally, the school last week launched the new online competition LSBF Business Challenge
How can emerging countries challenge perceptions and encourage global economic growth? How are technology and education affecting the economy of developing countries?
Over 60 invited corporate guests, including journalists, business leaders and LSBF students and alumni attended the latest LSBF Global Conference held this week in the Hotel de Russie, in Rome, Italy. The conference, the fourth in a series of global events, was addressed by keynote speaker Laura Gucci, World President of The World Association of Women Entrepreneurs (FCEM) , who talked about leadership and the future of businesses in the globalised world.
Aiming to provide a global and stronger development to the future’s business leaders, London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has reformulated its comprehensive programme and renamed it as LSBF 360° Programmes, a range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses with a career-focused and exclusive approach that provides a job offer guarantee * following graduation.
In line with London School of Business & Finance’s ethos to provide academic and professional support both inside and outside the classroom, the school welcomed hundreds of guests to two global conferences which took place last week in the cities of New Delhi (India) and Paris (France).
What is the importance of acquiring global business skills to achieve success in today’s marketplace? How important is to diversify and to specialise in fast-growing industries?
In a further step to support communities and increase access to education, London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has established the new charitable foundation LSBF HOPE (Health, Opportunity, Potential, and Education) to give young people from underprivileged backgrounds the chance to achieve their dreams and career goals.
Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB) has launched a new MSc in Fashion, Design and Luxury Management to be delivered at London School of Business & Finance’s London campus and at GGSB’s campus in Grenoble from September 2012.