ACCA Prize Winners: 15 LSBF students in Singapore ranked among the world’s best
- 11th May 2015
- News About LSBF
In a resounding endorsement of its commitment to excellence in professional education, London School of Business and Finance is proud to announce that 15 students at LSBF in Singapore were named Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Prize Winners after the latest set of exams in December 2014.
In total, this brings the number of LSBF ACCA prize winners in Singapore to 90 in the past seven exam sittings.
ACCA prizes are only awarded to the highest achievers; in order to qualify, students must score 85% or above on their first attempt. This time, as well as achieving the top three places in Singapore, LSBF students were among the top 20 worldwide for the F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, P1, P5, P6 and P7 papers.
Prize winning students shared that they were inspired by the dedication of LSBF tutors, who work hard to ensure students are able to achieve their potential. “LSBF tutors are very nice and patient when responding to queries,” said ACCA Prize Winner, Peng Keren, who scored above 85% for two papers.
ACCA student, Ivy Thean - first place prize winner for the P5 paper - said that LSBF tutors have prepared comprehensive sets of notes and practice questions to help students better understand how they can apply theories in complex questions.
“We are hugely proud of this fantastic achievement. Once again, the performance of our students reflects the high quality of the LSBF faculty, which is comprised of some of the most experienced ACCA tutors in the country,” said Rathakrishnan Govind, Managing Director at LSBF in Singapore.
Having taught over 10,000 students since opening its doors, LSBF in Singapore prides itself on its relatively short but very successful operation, with plenty of achievements along the way. Only two years after its inauguration, LSBF in Singapore was awarded with the Platinum Approved Learning Partner Status by ACCA, the highest and most prestigious form of recognition of a tuition provider's quality and success in teaching and supporting students throughout their ACCA qualification.
"Our success is down to our commitment in giving students first-class tuition, an outstanding classroom experience, and the best administrative support that we possibly can – and always looking to make it even better,” added Mr Govind.
Earlier this year, LSBF in Singapore received a score of 77.8 in the latest Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG) survey. The figure is well above the private education average of 66.3, and also exceeds the overall average customer satisfaction across all universities in Singapore, which received a score of 73.5.
To learn more, visit http://www.lsbf.edu.sg/