London School of Business and Finance launches LSBF TV

London, 15 October 2018 - London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is proud to announce the launch of LSBF TV for AAT students.

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The platform will offer a new and innovative way for students to prepare for their AAT exam, providing free study resources. LSBF TV features three channels with live sessions for each paper in the AAT exam syllabus, through which students can ask tutors questions and learn how to address assessment tasks.

The sessions are taking place every Friday afternoon over the course of 10 weeks and cover all the AAT papers with a regular 30-minute slot for each. The free sessions, presented by LSBF lecturers, can be watched live through the Facebook page of LSBF.

In order to facilitate access to this new resource, a TV guide is available on the LSBF TV webpage. This enables students to adjust their schedule, book their spot for the chosen time and get settled before the session takes place. Recordings of the sessions are also available for three weeks following the live streaming.

Since early October, LSBF TV has successfully attracted over 13,000 people. Rob Sowerby, Director of Professional Education at LSBF, commented: “I am delighted to be able to offer such an innovative product to our students for free. LSBF is paving the way in professional training, offering a service that our competitors cannot match.”

LSBF is dedicated to constant innovation of the learning experience. Earlier this year it launched the online mobile app, Study LSBF, which enables students to access their studies at any time through their mobile phones. The free mobile app was designed for students pursuing a Master’s in Business (MBA), a Master’s in Finance and Master’s in Marketing.

 

About London School of Business and Finance (LSBF)

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a global provider of professional, executive, vocational and higher education. With campuses in the UK and internationally, LSBF offers industry-relevant programmes that are tailored to the career goals of today's students and professionals.

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