London School of Business and Finance in Singapore receives new EduTrust certification

Singapore, 7 March 2018 – London School of Business and Finance in Singapore (LSBF) recently renewed its new EduTrust certification from the Committee for Private Education.

Singapore (2)This award is given to private education providers for sustaining an excellent level of performance in managing their institutions and providing high quality education standards. LSBF previously attained this status in 2014, and will now retain the prestigious certification for the next four years.

Muhammad Husain, Senior Quality Assurance Manager at LSBF in Singapore, said: “Quality and innovation have always been our main focus, along with supporting our students in their future careers.

“A successful renewal with EduTrust certifies that we are operating with a proven quality system. It also shows that LSBF has matured as a higher education provider, being able to stay relevant and continuing to meet the demands of students and employers,” he added.

The Committee for Private Education, a part of the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) regulates the private education sector in Singapore.

About LSBF in Singapore

Since its inception in 2011, London School of Business and Finance in Singapore (LSBF) has provided education to more than 10,000 students from over 20 countries, equipping them with the skills they need for a successful career.

With the support of LSBF in the UK and its royal patron, His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent GCVO, the school has partnered with several globally ranked universities and colleges across Asia.

It has two campuses in the heart of Singapore’s business district, ensuring that students can benefit from the city’s dynamic environment.

The school has also won several awards, including:

  • Best Private School in Accountancy 2016
  • Best Private School in Hospitality & Tourism 2016
  • Asia Enterprise Brand Award 2016

LSBF in Singapore is committed to delivering the best educational experience possible for students.

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