LSBF in the PQ Awards 2016 final with 5 nominations

London, 29 January 2016 – London School of Business and Finance’s (LSBF) accountancy faculty, students, resources and programmes have, for another consecutive year, been nominated for the PQ Magazine Awards, which confer accolades to the best institutions, teachers, materials, students and learning platforms in the accountancy market.

Following a year of development and significant investment in new programmes, facilities and resources, LSBF and its official e-learning partner InterActive were shortlisted with a total of five nominations in categories such as Study Resource of the Year, Best Use of Social Media and Online College of the Year.

Organised annually by the PQ Magazine, the event is one of the most important accolades in the accountancy industry in the UK. The PQ Awards 2016 ceremony will take place in London on 23 February 2016.

This year, reflecting investments in new programmes and academic development, LSBF and InterActive were shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Online College of the Year – InterActive/LSBF Online
  • Lecturer of the Year – Martin Jones, LSBF ACCA Lecturer
  • Study Resource of the Year – LSBF ACCA Live Online
  • Best Use of Social Media - LSBF’s Great Mind Series
  • PQ of the Year - Hana Fitzpatrick

Rob Sowerby, Director of Professional Training Programmes, said: “Being nominated after another consecutive year is truly amazing. It’s a great achievement for our students to be acknowledged as some of the emerging talent in the field. It is also fantastic to see LSBF and InterActive succeeding in PQ Awards year on year. I look forward to building up on this success in 2016.”

To find out more about the nominees and how they perform in the upcoming ceremony, stay tuned to the LSBF’s Global Matters blog for further updates and exclusive details about each one of the finalists.

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