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Prospectus
2014
LONDON SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
AND MANAGEMENT
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Our Head Office and student facilities are located in the centre
of London, in the picturesque area of Bloomsbury an upmarket,
safe neighbourhood with many parks, shops, cafes, restaurants,
bars, hotels and museums. Bloomsbury is a student-friendly and
vibrant neighbourhood, as it is the home of a number of higher
educaton insttutons, including some of the prominent colleges of
the University of London.
Our management, administratve and student support ofces are
situated directly opposite the University of London Student Union
(ULU) and Birkbeck College, University of London (UoL). It is from
here that we provide a full range of student support services, both
academic and non-academic.
The College is conveniently situated near the following major
transport routes: Euston and Kings Cross/St. Pancras Natonal and
Internatonal Rail, and Euston Square and Russell Square London
Underground statons. The area is also well serviced by a number
of bus routes, making LSBM easily accessible from all over London.
Courses are delivered at two campuses operated by Birkbeck
College (UoL) and you can choose to study at the Central London
campus in Bloomsbury or at the East London campus in Stratord.
The new campus at University Square in Stratord opened in
September 2013 and is a unique partnership between Birkbeck
College and the University of East London (UEL).
Location
Convenient, Safe, and Vibrant
LSBM is located in an extremely attractive and
convenient area, especially for College students.
Steven Atrak | Business degree
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Welcome
The City of London
Facilites and Resources
Student Services
Work Placements
Meet Our Staf
LSBM Students
Internatonal Students
Academic Partnerships
Undergraduate Courses
BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma in Business
BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma in Computng and Systems Development
BA (Hons) Business Studies
BSc (Hons) Business Computng (Systems)
BSc (Hons) Business Computng (Web Design)
LLB (Hons) Law
LLB (Hons) Law (two-year intensive)
BA (Hons) Criminology
BA (Hons) Business and Management (Top-up)
BSc (Hons) Business Computng Systems (Top-up)
BA (Hons) Internatonal Business Communicatons (Top-up)
Postgraduate Courses
LLM Internatonal Commercial Law
Master of Business Administraton (MBA)
MSc Management (Internatonal)
Finance
How to Apply
Open Days
Contact Us
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In June 2013 we had a successful review for educational
oversight by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher
Education (QAA) and received the following judgements:
Confdence in LSBMs management of its responsibilites for
the standards of the awards it ofers on behalf of its awarding
bodies and organisatons.
Confdence that LSBM is fulflling its responsibilites for
managing and enhancing the quality of the intended learning
opportunites it provides for students.
Reliance on the informaton that LSBM produces for its
intended audiences about the learning opportunites it ofers.
The QAA identified the following areas of good practice:
The inclusive character of LSBMs Peer Observaton of
Teaching Scheme.
The responsiveness of LSBM to the student voice.
The support provided by the student development module
and the course leader tutorial.
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We are a Higher Education College located in the centre of
London (Bloomsbury). We deliver full-tme UK higher educaton
courses in Business and Computng at undergraduate and post-
graduate level. From September 2014 we will also deliver
undergraduate and postgraduate Law and Criminology courses.
Our internatonally recognised courses are validated by the
University of Northampton and Pearson. All our teaching takes
place at Birkbeck College (University of London) campuses in
Bloomsbury and Stratord (East London).
As a private insttuton we are commited to providing students
with a study environment which is both friendly and professional.
We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance,
support, expert tuiton and access to university facilites and re-
sources. This allows us to support our students in a variety of ways.
Our Mission Is Clear.
We Aim To:
Build rewarding careers for our students and our staf
Transform our students lives through the provision of a
high quality university experience with a personal touch
Raise the aspiratons of our students to atain their full
potental; to become independent and critcal learners
Raise the aspiratons of our staf by developing, supportng
and empowering them to deliver excellent teaching, research
and scholarship, student support and service provision
We are commited to higher educaton. I have over 20 years of
experience as a UK University academic and previously was the
Head of the School of Law and Professor of Law at Birmingham City
University (2009-2011). Many of our lecturers are distnguished
academics. All of our lecturers have either a Masters degree or
equivalent industry qualifcatons; 25% have a PhD and another
25% are working towards their doctorate. Many of our faculty
members have practce-based experience to provide our students
with a real-world dimension to their academic studies.
Our learning and teaching strategies are student-centred and are
designed to ensure our students atain their full potental. We
value and support integrity, professionalism and academic rigour.
Some of our students have achieved the highest grades in individ-
ual modules and award classifcatons. We are confdent that our
Welcome
Welcome to the London School
of Business and Management
graduates will step out into the world beter prepared to make
valuable, ethical, and knowledgeable decisions in the workplace,
and to beneft their wider communites.
We recognise our students as full members of our College and
value their contributon to our operatonal and strategic development.
Our students partcipate as full members of our decision-making
Academic Commitee and the Course Commitees.
We look forward to welcoming you as a member of the LSBM
community.
John Fairhurst
BA PgDip MPhil MBA Solicitor FHEA
Managing Director and Academic Principal
John Fairhurst
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To live in London is to experience one of the great cities of the
world: the hub of culture, arts, politcs, government, the media,
the law and the great fnancial insttutons of the UK.
Englands capital has been described as the knowledge capital of
the world and is home to over 300 museums (twice as many as
Paris or New York), 150 theatres, 120 historic buildings and mon-
uments, 34,000 shops, 5,700 pubs, 8,000 acres of park land and 4
UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
As for entertainment, London is burstng with free and discounted
events and festvals such as the Carnaval del Pueblo Festval,
Notng Hill Carnival and the London Mela. Its many tourist atrac-
tons include Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Big
Ben, the London Eye, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, Westminster
The Knowledge Capital of the World
Abbey, the Tower of London, boat cruises on the River Thames and
famous shopping malls such as Harrods and Selfridges.
LONDON FACTS
Over 7.5 million people
Over 300 languages spoken daily
1 in every 5 students in London is an internatonal student
One of the worlds three fnancial capitals
London Stock Exchange turns over an average of 4.4 billion
per day
More investment funds than the other top 10 European cites
combined
Locaton of headquarters for numerous global Business and IT
companies
The City
of London
Consistently voted Europes best city for business,
London is the key destination for the worlds most
dynamic and forward looking companies.
Michael Charlton | Think London Chief Executve
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BIRKBECK COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
- STUDENT FACILITIES AND LIBRARY
All LSBM courses are classroom-based. They are taught at two
campuses of Birkbeck College (UoL) situated in Bloomsbury and
Stratord. Students beneft from access to high-quality learning
facilites which include well-equipped classrooms with data projec-
tors and audio-visual equipment for interactve lectures. Students
also have access to a range of facilites including cafes and a shop
for provisions.
The IT services available to LSBM students include the high quality
computer laboratories of Birkbeck College and students receive a
printng allowance with their Birkbeck College computer account.
WiFi is available in all study areas, including the library.
Our students use the Birkbeck College Library and have full borrowing
rights. The library is open 7 days a week and the collecton includes
publicatons, books, journals and other learning materials. The
library has computer work statons, photocopiers and audio-visual
equipment and students are allowed to bring their laptops to use
while they are studying.
LEARNING
Lecture presentatons and other learning resources are made
available on-line, so that students are well prepared before arriving
in class. Small class sizes enhance the group dynamics of lessons
and interacton between lecturers and students. Discussion and
student-centred actvites reinforce learning and help students to
apply knowledge in practcal situatons.
e-LEARNING
Our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) provides a wide range of
resources to students and facilitates actvites to support learning
wherever students have access to the internet. These may include:
e-books, lecture slides and other learning resources. The VLE also
provides on-line space for discussions and blogs, permitng efectve
Giving Students the
Competitive Advantage
communicaton with tutors and fellow students. Creatng an
e-portolio on the VLE allows students to refect on their progress
and to present documents evidencing their achievements for
prospectve employers.
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON UNION (ULU)
LSBM students are enrolled as associate members of the University
of Londons Student Union (ULU). Run by students for students,
ULU ofers a range of facilites, events and actvites, including a
selecton of services, bars, clubs and places to eat all within one
building. The variety of entertainment organised at ULU includes
epic Friday Fever club nights and chilled-out ULU Vintage
Cinema screenings. There is a range of clubs and societes which
students can choose to join. These include dance (break dance,
hip hop), debate, drama, music, cricket, football and many others.
To see the list of all clubs and societes, interested students are
encouraged to visit the ULU website: www.ulu.co.uk.
Access to Birkbeck College facilities was an
excellent opportunity, as we had access to libraries and
classrooms that no similar college could offer!
Elodie Ogoubiyi | MBA with Distncton
The ULU, the libraries, the computer facilities and
the cultural attractions are some of the services that
the College offers in order to provide an excellent
educational experience and good social life. I feel
proud to be an LSBM student and owe a thank you to the
LSBM team for their continuous support and feedback.
Catalina-Maria Haghiac | BTEC Higher Natonal
Diploma in Business
Facilities
and Resources
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Student Services
Supporting LSBM Students
WELFARE AND SUPPORT
Our specialised staf are available to help students with any
non-academic issues that may arise, including informaton about
how to open a UK bank account, apply for a discount on public
transport, fnd their way around London or register with a local
doctor.
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
LSBM is commited to ensuring that students with disabilites,
medical conditons or Specifc Learning Difcultes (SpLDs) receive
the support they need to succeed. We want to help students over-
come any barriers to learning they may face and to enable them
to reach their full potental, and make the most of their university
experience.
We aim to create an inclusive, positve and respectul learning en-
vironment for all our students by collaboratng with the academic
and administratve departments.
RETURNING TO EDUCATION
There is no upper age limit for applicatons to LSBM. Prospectve
students with signifcant life and work experience, a high level
of self-motvaton and a desire to study and learn new skills are
welcome to apply. We are proud to have assisted many applicants
who thought they would not be eligible for higher educaton stud-
ies. Our successful graduates are now fulflling their dreams.
Our class sizes are small, which means that students beneft from
a high level of interacton with the lecturers. Our world-class and
academically rigorous courses are practcal and focus on helping
students to develop the skills they will need to become successful
in their chosen careers.
LSBM caters to a wide range of study level needs. Every student
benefts from additonal weekly contact tme with his/her Course
Leader, who is specifcally allocated to provide individual help to
improve learning and to resolve academic issues. Students are
also encouraged to partcipate in social and internship experience
schemes with small, medium and large companies to gain valuable
practcal, social and business skills. Many students who contact us
for the frst tme are looking for a way to put their entrepreneurial
ideas into acton by startng a new business.
STUDENT FEEDBACK
We value the opinions of our students and take all of their comments
seriously. Many initatves and improvements have been carried
out in direct response to students feedback. For example, from
September 2013 we introduced an online student portal to enable
students to access their assessment results and print ofcial
College leters. Every student at LSBM is encouraged to contribute
by discussing issues of importance with their Student Academic
Representatve (STAR). Students are also invited to express their
views in the LSBM Student Survey at the end of each semester.
ACCOMMODATION
LSBM assists students in fnding accommodaton during their stay
in London. The College makes use of a network of professional
accommodaton organisatons that specialise in placing students
into suitable and afordable housing. The range of optons includes
single occupancy and shared accommodaton in a choice of neigh-
bourhoods in London. Diferent size requirements and all budgets
are catered for. Our partner organisatons include Unite for students
accommodaton and Hosts Internatonal for home stays.
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Work Placements
Ensuring Success in the Work Place
Our Employability Unit displays the latest job opportunities
for current students and ofers help with CVs, Cover Leters and
interview tps to increase their compettve edge in the job market.
They also make the necessary arrangements for students who
want to take part in our work experience programme.
The Work-based Experience module helps students to gain the
skills and experience employers look for in graduates. This module
is assessed and the marks count towards a students fnal mark.
THE MODULE AIMS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS
WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO:
gain useful experience in a working environment
undertake a work-based project appropriate to their
academic level
enhance and extend their learning experience by applying
and building on their academic skills and capabilites by
tackling real-life problems in the workplace
become aware of the culture and structure of diferent
work environments
develop new capabilites and skills
enhance their CV and employability
The Work-based Experience module is made available to second-
year undergraduate students and all our postgraduate students.
Other students may also be eligible. For more informaton visit
www.lsbm.org.uk/students/employability.
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Lecturers and Administrative Staff Are
All Here to Contribute to Your Success
The most enjoyable thing
about working with the students
from LSBM is the multcultural
aspect. This makes for diverse
and very enjoyable class
discussions, which enhance
the learning platorm for all the
students.
Isobel Wood,
Director of Academic Skills
and Development
Meet Our Staff
The staff are really organised and try to deal with
all kinds of student problems as quickly as possible.
Marius Picu | BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma in Business
The London School of Business and Management has a team
of experienced academic and administratve staf. Our lecturers
range from university academics to corporate business people and
successful entrepreneurs. Courses are taught by professionals with
many years of experience in teaching and business - each one is
well placed to provide students with all the support they need in
preparaton for their career in the global workplace. Staf from the
academic and administratve teams are always on hand to ofer
students with help and guidance.
The Disability Ofce is here to
help and support all students
with disabilites to atain their
full potental. I am delighted to
work with our students and see
them succeed in their studies.
Dr Nadia Michail,
Disability Co-ordinator
I greatly enjoy supportng the
students through their SLC
applicatons. Its important to
take the stress away from this
process and give the students
peace of mind, so that they
can concentrate and be happy
in their studies.
David Hudson,
SLC Finance Manager
As a lecturer at LSBM I make
sure that my teaching methods
can accommodate the varying
academic needs of each stu-
dent in order for them to atain
their full potental. I aim to help
transform our students into
independent and critcal learners
and to ensure that all of them
are able to apply their acquired
skills and knowledge to their
professional life.
Zahidul Khan,
HND Course Leader
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Join the Vibrant LSBM
Student Community
LSBM Students
LSBM is a vibrant and contemporary learning community that
seeks to meet the needs of all our students by ofering networking
opportunites and a uniquely internatonal environment. We are
proud of our diverse and vibrant student body. In 2012-13 half of
our students came from the UK, with the other half of the student
body coming from across Europe and the rest of the world. More
than two thirds of our students were enrolled on an undergraduate
course and the remainder were completng a postgraduate qualifcaton.

Our students are self-starters. They are internally motvated by
personal or professional circumstances to achieve excellent results.
They are quick to embrace new ideas and integrate these into their
studies and their lives.
We ensure that our students partcipate as actve members of
the learning community. Every semester each student group
elects a Student Academic Representatve (STAR) to serve on the
Student and Staf Consultatve Commitee, to ensure efectve and
tmely communicaton between students and LSBM. As part of their
dutes the STARs are also included as full decision-making members
of our Academic Commitee and Course Commitees, which help
shape the way the College runs and the courses are delivered. We
encourage students to engage with their studies and provide regular
feedback to allow us to monitor and enhance our course delivery.
Being a Student Academic Representative at LSBM
is a unique experience. It has taught me many real world
skills that will denitely come in handy in my professional
life. It has also been a fantastic opportunity to take part
in various decision-making processes with the friendly
staff of LSBM, aimed to improve the overall student
experience. Students often ask me whats so great about
LSBM? In my honest opinion, I think student life should
be more than reading books and passing exams. It is about
freedom and support to achieve professional goals in a
socially interactive environment.
Nabil Sarwar | BSc Business Computng, STAR
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Studying in the Diverse
Multi-Cultural Learning Environment
The London School of Business and Management is proud of
its diverse and vibrant student populaton. Our students come
from many diferent countries, determinedly seeking to improve
their career prospects.
Educaton is generally one of the most important investments
an individual will make. At LSBM we are commited to providing
students with the best possible return on their tme and money.
A diverse mult-cultural learning environment is ensured for students
to gain internatonally recognised qualifcatons.
We offer a range of valuable services to accommodate the
needs of our students and to help them adjust to Londons
rich and diverse way of life, including:
an excellent locaton in the heart of Londons academic
area of Bloomsbury, full of vibrant student life and close to
numerous libraries, museums and centres of research, not
to menton our proximity to the hub of business and fnance
that is the City of London
a very welcoming environment of inclusivity and diversity
highly compettve fees; amongst the best value provision in
the UK
a fexible academic calendar with up to 4 academic intakes
per year to meet the requirements of students globally
transferability of credit accumulated on other courses
undertaken at selected educatonal insttutons within the
UK and around the world
opportunites to gain valuable professional experience
through the work placement module on both undergraduate
and postgraduate courses
help and support with visa applicatons for non-EU students
help and support in fnding suitable and afordable
accommodaton
extra English language support classes if required
the services of our faculty members, many of whom hold a
PhD or are working towards their doctorate our lecturers
also have practce-based experience, providing our students
with a real-world dimension to their academic studies
small class sizes allowing lecturers to provide excellent
individual support in a collaboratve learning context
International
Students
The environment that surrounds LSBM is
extremely attractive as its lled with motivation,
positivity and reassurance.
Steven Atrak | Business degree
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I am very happy with the LSBM services and
facilities. Our classes are great and we have been
provided with everything we need. The place where
we study is within a great campus and we are
happy with this. The campus is really close to tube
and train stations and it is very easy for me to get
to the College. The teachers are really focused on
making us understand our courses. They help us and
provide us with many resources to help nish our
assignments on time. At LSBM the target is perfor-
mance and the teachers do their best to motivate us to
gain all the knowledge we need and to be successful.
Marius Picu | BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma in Business
At the beginning of each term we hold an orientaton day for
internatonal students to help them adjust to their new environment.
This is a good opportunity to fnd out more about living in London.
Students can also meet the College staf and obtain important
informaton about LSBM, its facilites and the academic courses
that are about to commence.
For more informaton visit www.lsbm.org.uk/internatonal.
We have been granted Highly Trusted Sponsor status
by the UK Home Office (which includes the UK Border
Agency (UKBA)). We are therefore authorised to issue
our own Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)
to enable our international students to apply for their
Tier 4 (General) student visa.
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Offering Qualications from
Leading Awarding Bodies
All our courses are validated by our academic partners who
confer our academic qualifcatons. We deliver the courses appropriate
to the level of study and assess achievement to a standard that
matches the awards. The degree courses we ofer are validated
by the University of Northampton. These degree courses are the
same as those which are delivered on-campus at the University of
Northampton. Our students take the same modules and complete
the same assessments. Pearson validates our non-degree courses.
Our relatonship with leading awarding bodies ensures that
students receive internatonally recognised qualifcatons that are
respected by both UK and internatonal employers.
Academic
Partnerships
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON
www.northampton.ac.uk
LSBM is an academic partner of the University of Northampton which is situated in the heart of
England. The university is globally renowned and was recognised as Englands number one university
for employability in 2012 by the HESA Destnatons of Leavers from Higher Educaton Survey. The
university boasts 96% student employability, with 91% of Northamptons graduates in employment,
internships or further studies within 6 months of completng their course. It was named The UKs
Number 1 for Value Added in The Guardian University Natonal League Table 2012 and is ranked
amongst the top 50 universites according to The Guardian University Guide 2014. With a social enter-
prise strategy based on the desire to be distnctve, forward-thinking and responsible, the insttutons
aim is to be the top university in the UK for social enterprise by 2015.
PEARSON
www.pearson.com

LSBM is a BTEC Approved Centre from Pearson, ofering undergraduate BTEC qualifcatons. Pearson
is the worlds leading provider of educatonal materials, technologies, assessments and other services
to teachers and students. The company operates in more than 70 countries and is recognised for
publicatons across the curriculum under a range of imprints. Internatonally recognised qualifcatons
from Pearson include BTEC Higher Natonal Diplomas. BTECs have been taught for over 25 years, with
over 1.1 million registered students in more than 80 countries.
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Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course provides students with a specialist vocational
educaton. It ofers a strong, sector-related emphasis on practcal
business skills and on facilitatng the development of requisite
knowledge and understanding. The qualifcaton provides a thorough
grounding in key concepts and practcal skills. It is comprised of 8
units in Year 1 (Level 4) and 8 units in Year 2 (Level 5), with each
level designed for one year of study*. Each academic year consists
of 2 semesters and students will, on average, be required to reg-
ister for 4 modules/units per semester. Each module class meets
once a week and most sessions are 3 hours long. There is a com-
pulsory module in Student Development throughout the course.
Class sizes do not normally exceed 30 students. Students do not
need to purchase their own textbooks as we provide eTextbooks
for each module. Those who successfully complete the HND may
progress onto our one-year BA (Hons) Business and Management
top-up course, which is validated by the University of Northampton
(see page 28).
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury and Stratord
campuses), and students have full access to library facilites at
Bloomsbury. See page 7 for details.
* Students who successfully complete one year but do not
successfully progress further may receive the Higher Natonal
Certfcate (HNC) award.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 2 years full-tme
Start Dates: September / November / February / May
Campus: Bloomsbury or Stratord
Awarding Body: Pearson
Entry Requirements: Applicants are required to submit proof of
prior certfcated learning (e.g. Secondary School Diploma/Level 3
qualifcaton) and/or relevant work experience.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English
language capability. The level required for study on HND courses
is IELTS 5.0 (minimum category score of 4.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
UK, EU and EEA students applying to study at our Bloomsbury
campus are eligible for funding through the Student Loans Company
(see page 36). See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and
Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
There are very few careers where a knowledge of business would
not be useful. Many companies rely heavily on marketng and need
to deliver value for money and manage their fnances efectve-
ly. All organisatons, from schools to law frms, need to recruit,
train and develop good staf. What is more, many careers that
do not necessarily require business skills and knowledge at the
outset have the potental to develop into management roles. HND
Business graduates fnd employment in business development,
investment, banking and public or private fnancial insttuton
employments. Examples of positons which our graduates have
progressed into include:
Accountant
Accounts Executve
Buyer
Company Secretary
Marketng Executve
Sales Executve
Year 1
Business Environment
Human Resource Management
Marketng Principles
Managing Financial Resources and Decisions
Managing Communicatons, Knowledge and Informaton
Business Strategy
Organisatons and Behaviour
Business Events Management
Year 2
Marketng Planning
Business Decision Making
Project Management for Business
Human Resources Development
Sales Planning and Operatons
Aspects of Contract and Negligence for Business
Financial Systems and Auditng
Research Project
Credits
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15
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BTEC Higher National
Diploma in Business
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Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course provides students with a specialist vocational
educaton. It opens the doors to the ever changing world of
computng. Students will develop their practcal computng skills
and broaden their understanding of computng trends. This course
comprises 8 units in Year 1 (Level 4) and 8 units in Year 2 (Level 5),
with each level designed for one year of study*. Each academic
year consists of 2 semesters and students will, on average, be required
to register for 4 modules/units per semester. Each module class
meets once a week and most sessions are 3 hours long. There is
a compulsory module in Student Development throughout the
course. Class sizes do not normally exceed 30 students. Those who
successfully complete the HND may progress onto our one-year
BSc (Hons) Business Computng Systems top-up course, which is
validated by the University of Northampton (see page 29).
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury and Stratord
campuses), and students have full access to library facilites at
Bloomsbury. See page 7 for details.
* Students who successfully complete one year but do not
successfully progress further may receive the Higher Natonal
Certfcate (HNC) award.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 2 years full-tme
Start Dates: September / November / February / May
Campus: Bloomsbury or Stratord
Awarding Body: Pearson
Entry Requirements: Applicants are required to submit proof of
prior certfcated learning (e.g. Secondary School Diploma/Level 3
qualifcaton) and/or relevant work experience.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English
language capability. The level required for study on HND courses is
IELTS 5.0 (minimum category score of 4.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
UK, EU and EEA students applying to study at our Bloomsbury
campus are eligible for funding through the Student Loans Company
(see page 36). See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and
Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Employers are interested in both the technical and the non-technical
skills which students acquire during the course. Our graduates
progress into trainee and entry-level positons as:
Programmer
Web Developer
Consultant
Junior Members of Project Teams
Graduates have also progressed into more senior positons including:
IT/Web Administrator, Sofware Engineer, Network Engineer and
Technical Support Manager.
Year 1
Business Skills for E-Commerce
Computer Systems
Networking Technologies
Procedural Programming
Database Design Concepts
Employability and Professional Development
Object Oriented Programming
System Analysis and Design
Year 2
Data Analysis and Design
Website Design
Local Area Networking Technologies
Web Applicatons Development
Programming in Java
Data Structure and Algorithms
Quality Systems in IT
Project Design, Implementaton and Evaluaton
Credits
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Credits
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
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BTEC Higher National
Diploma in Computing
and Systems Development
16
When I joined LSBM I discovered that the learning
environment and the teaching methods were different from
colleges where I had previously studied. What I liked about
LSBM during my study here was the level of support students
receive. LSBM lecturers as well as management care about
their students. Lecturers were ready to help with the course
material and give feedback on assignments. Regular
meetings with our course leader and the presence of the
Student Council meant that if there were any problems
regarding classes, they would be discussed and actually
resolved.
Obtaining my degree at LSBM brought me one step closer
to achieving my academic and professional goals. Current-
ly I am studying for a Masters degree, after completion of
which I will most likely continue towards a
PhD. LSBM provided me with a very good knowledge base
and skills that have enabled me to progress successfully
in my studies.
The best thing about LSBM was its commitment to ensuring
that students receive the best education and opportunities
possible. LSBM lecturers did not just teach a class and
a concept, but they made sure students understood the subject,
so that the ideas and knowledge would stay with you even
after graduating.
Sima Pokhrel | Business Studies graduate | frst class honours
16
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17
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. The course
provides students with a solid educaton in the essental areas of
business.
The course content satsfes a broad spectrum of individual inter-
ests and career aspiratons and focuses not just on knowledge, but
also on the development of essental skills required in business
and management. During the frst year students are introduced
to a range of essental aspects of business, such as marketng,
management, enterprise and opportunity, fnance and economics.
During the second year students complete modules in strategic
analysis, operatons management, human resource management,
brand management, project management and fnance. In the fnal
third year, students study strategic management, global business
and social responsibility. Students also undertake a module on
career development and complete a dissertaton.
The course is assessed in a number of ways through individual or
group presentatons, and individual writen assignments, reports
and examinatons.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 3 years full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 260
and 280 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from students with non-traditonal educatonal or
professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher Educaton
qualifcatons.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits per year]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
There is a wide range of career opportunites for graduates,
including both public and private sector employment opportunites
in specifc vocatonal areas such as marketng, IT, HRM planning,
and accountancy and managerial trainee posts. Graduates from
this course have progressed into the following posts:
Chartered Accountant
Corporate Investment Banker
Insurance Underwriter
Management Consultant
Retail Banker
Risk Manager
Year 1
Foundatons of Marketng
Introductory Accountng and Finance
Economics of the Real World
Introducton to Management
Enterprise and Opportunity
Managing People
Year 2
Strategic Business Analysis
Managing Human Resources
Operatons Management 1
Managing Finance and Financial Decisions
Project Management - Planning and Control
Brand Management
Year 3
Issues in Strategic Management
Global Business Development
Social Responsibility of Business
Career Development and Planning
Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
40
L SBM | PROSPECTUS 2014
BA (Hons)
Business Studies
18
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course is designed to give graduates a solid grounding in the
skills and techniques required for business computng and devel-
opment. It is aligned to the Skills Framework for the Informaton
Age (SFIA) and provides a strong skills base. Students develop
a range of skills which include design, technical development,
commercial and managerial. The course has a practcal focus and
students are given the opportunity to develop their expertse in a
range of development tools such as SQL, PHP, and Java. Whether
students are interested in systems analysis, programming, databases
or management this course provides an excellent foundaton for
future careers.
Year 1 focuses on essental concepts for the implementaton of
business computng systems, which include aspects of design,
analysis, development and informaton management. Students
are exposed to current principles and practce while acquiring
the knowledge and skills which are relevant to future vocatonal
careers. In Year 2 students develop core skills in programme and
database applicaton, web and social media management, and
internet marketng. Emphasis is placed on employability and the
importance of industrial standards in the development of successful
computng systems. In the fnal third year, students complete three
specialised modules, a career development module, and an applied
consultancy project with a real world client or a dissertaton.
The course is assessed in terms of both theory and practce
through assessments including practcal implementatons, reports,
essays, presentatons and examinatons. Most modules are designed
to develop problem solving techniques and interpersonal skills and
many provide the opportunity for group work.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
A range of skills are developed through this course and graduates
are well positoned for a variety of careers. Roles can be pursued
in the areas of support or management of web-based systems, as
well as new developments and projects. Examples of the positons
that graduates of this course have progressed into include:
Systems Analyst
Programmer
Database Developer
Database Manager
Test Engineer
BSc (Hons)
Business Computing (Systems)
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KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 3 years full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 260
and 300 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from students with non-traditonal educatonal or
professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher Educaton
qualifcatons. No prior computng experience is required.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
Year 1
System Analysis and Design
Programming Principles
Informaton Management
Database Architecture
Web Enabled Organisatons
Digital Marketng Essentals
Year 2
Quality and User-centred Design
Web Applicatons Development
Database Applicaton
Programming Methods
Web and Social Media Management
e-Marketng
Year 3
Systems Development Approaches
Project Management - Managerial Perspectves
Advanced Databases
Career Development and Planning
Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
40
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19
BSc (Hons)
Business Computing (Systems)
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits per year]
20
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates develop a range of skills and are well positoned for
a variety of careers. Roles can be pursued in the areas of web
development, website management, usability evaluaton, test
engineering, support or management of web-based systems, new
developments and projects. Examples of the positons that
graduates of this course have progressed into include:
Database Administrator
Games Developer
Games Designer
IT Consultant
Multmedia Programmer
Network Engineer
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course is designed to give graduates a solid grounding in the
skills and techniques required for business computng with a spe-
cifc focus on web design. It is aligned to the Skills Framework for
the Informaton Age (SFIA) and provides a strong skills base. Students
develop a range of skills which include design (with a specifc focus
on web design), technical development and commercial.
Students will use internatonally recognised branded and open
source sofware to build technically efcient systems. For example,
students will develop their expertse in Oracle, Java, JavaScript,
HTML, CSS and PHP. Students will develop their understanding in
how informaton systems are used to support customer relatons
and business strategy. This will ensure they graduate with the skills
which employers require.

Year 1 focuses on essental concepts for the implementaton of
business computng systems, which include aspects of design,
analysis, development and informaton management. Students
are exposed to current principles and practce while acquiring
the knowledge and skills which are relevant to future vocatonal
careers. In Year 2 students develop their web skills: web devel-
opment, creatve design, management and marketng. Emphasis
is placed on the human aspects of design and the importance of
usability and accessibility in the creaton of successful websites. In
the fnal third year, students complete three specialised modules,
a career development module, and an applied consultancy project
with a real world client or a dissertaton.
The course is assessed in terms of both theory and practce
through assessments including practcal implementatons, reports,
essays, presentatons and examinatons. Most modules are designed
to develop problem solving techniques and interpersonal skills and
many provide the opportunity for group work.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
BSc (Hons)
Business Computing
(Web Design)
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21
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 3 years full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 260
and 300 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from students with non-traditonal educatonal or
professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher Educaton
qualifcatons. No prior computng experience is required.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
Year 1
System Analysis and Design
Programming Principles
Informaton Management
Database Architecture
Web Enabled Organisatons
Digital Marketng Essentals
Year 2
Web Applicatons Development
Web and Social Media Management
Creatve Design for the Web
Quality and User-centred Design
Database Applicaton
e-Marketng
Year 3
Digital Defence
Project Management - Managerial Perspectves
Consumer Behaviour
Career Development and Planning
Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
40
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21
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits per year]
22
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This Qualifying Law Degree provides exempton from the academic
stage of training for both branches of the legal profession. Upon
graduaton, students intending to qualify as a Solicitor or Barrister
of England and Wales can immediately progress onto the Legal
Practce Course (for intending solicitors) or the Bar Professional
Training Course (for intending barristers).
Students complete core modules in substantve areas of law which
are required by the professional bodies. Other modules on the
course (core and optonal) develop students practcal legal and
transferable skills, and expose students to commercially relevant
substantve areas of law. Completon of these modules will provide
students with a vast range of career optons. Students who intend
to qualify as a Solicitor or Barrister of England and Wales will be
beter prepared for subsequent completon of the Legal Practce
Course or Bar Professional Training Course.
Students experience a wide range of teaching and assessment
methods. Whilst traditonal lectures play a part, most modules
include student-centred actvites such as seminar debates and
discussions, group and/or individual presentatons and project
work. In all of these actvites students are expected to use the full
range of electronic and internet resources available. Students also
have access to a dedicated Court Room for moots and mock trials.
Assessment methods vary from module to module. Some are
assessed by a combinaton of examinaton and coursework, some
by coursework only.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates develop a range of legal and transferable skills which
will enhance employability whether in the legal profession or in
another career. Examples of positons which graduates of the
course have progressed into include:
Barrister
Solicitor
Barristers Clerk
Chartered Legal Executve (England and Wales)
Licensed Conveyancer
Paralegal
Trading Standards Ofcer
Chartered Accountant
Human Resources Ofcer
*Subject to validaton
LLB (Hons)
Law
*

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23
Year 1
Law of Contract
Legal System
Introducton to Public Law
Criminal Law
Law and Society
Professional Legal Skills
Year 2
Core Modules
Law of the European Insttutons
Public Law
Law of Tort
Optonal Modules**
Human Rights in the United Kingdom
Consumer Law
Intellectual Property Rights Law
Law in the Community
Law in Context
Academic and Employability Skills
Year 3
Core Modules
Land Law
Equity and Trusts
Dissertaton
Optonal Modules**
Employment Law
Relatonships (Family Law)
Company Law
Sale of Goods and Agency
Legal Advice in the Community
Practcal Legal Skills
**Optonal modules are subject to lecturer
availability and student demand.
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20 or 40
20
20
20
20
20
20
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23
MODULES [students complete 120 credits each year] KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 3 years full-tme
Start Dates: September
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 280
and 320 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from students with non-traditonal educatonal or
professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher Educaton
qualifcatons. Natonal Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) results are
not required to gain admission.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
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Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
Students complete this LLB (Hons) degree in two years by extend-
ing the academic year into the summer vacaton periods. This
Qualifying Law Degree provides exempton from the academic
stage of training for both branches of the legal profession. Upon
graduaton, students intending to qualify as a Solicitor or Barrister
of England and Wales can immediately progress onto the Legal
Practce Course (for intending solicitors) or the Bar Professional
Training Course (for intending barristers).
Students complete core modules in substantve areas of law which
are required by the professional bodies. Other modules on the
course (core and optonal) develop students practcal legal and
transferable skills and expose students to commercially relevant
substantve areas of law. Completon of these modules will provide
students with a vast range of career optons. Students who intend
to qualify as a Solicitor or Barrister of England and Wales will be
beter prepared for subsequent completon of the Legal Practce
Course or Bar Professional Training Course.
Students experience a wide range of teaching and assessment
methods. Whilst traditonal lectures play a part, most modules
include student-centred actvites such as seminar debates and
discussions, group and/or individual presentatons and project
work. In all of these actvites students are expected to use the full
range of electronic and internet resources available. Students also
have access to a dedicated Court Room for moots and mock trials.
Assessment methods vary from module to module. Some are
assessed by a combinaton of examinaton and coursework, some
by coursework only.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
LLB (Hons)
Law (two-year intensive)
*

*Subject to validaton
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates develop a range of legal and transferable skills which
will enhance employability whether in the legal profession or in
another career. Examples of positons which graduates of the
course have progressed into include:
Barrister
Solicitor
Barristers Clerk
Chartered Legal Executve (England and Wales)
Licensed Conveyancer
Paralegal
Trading Standards Ofcer
Chartered Accountant
Human Resources Ofcer
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25
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Year 1
Law of Contract
Legal System
Introducton to Public Law
Criminal Law
Tort Law
Law and Society
Professional Legal Skill
Year 1 Summer Vacation
Core Modules
Research Methods
Optonal Modules**
Law in the Community
Career Planning and Skills Development
Year 2
Core Modules
Law of the European Insttutons
Public Law
Land Law
Dissertaton Foundaton
Equity and Trusts
Optonal Modules**
Human Rights in the United Kingdom
Consumer Law
Intellectual Property Rights Law
Law in the Community
Law in Context
Employment Law
Relatonships (Family Law)
Company Law
Sale of Goods and Agency
Legal Advice in the Community
Practcal Legal Skills
Year 2 Summer Vacation
Dissertaton
**Optonal modules are subject to lecturer
availability and student demand.
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
40
25
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 2 years full-tme, including summer vacaton periods
Start Dates: September
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 280
and 320 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from students with non-traditonal educatonal or
professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher Educaton
qualifcatons. Natonal Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) results are
not required to gain admission.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 10,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [students complete 140 credits each year plus an
additional 40 credits during the summer vacation period]
26
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
Criminology deals with questons such as: What is crime? How
are laws enforced? Why is crime concentrated in partcular areas?
How do you judge and evaluate evidence? How can crime be
prevented?
This course explores both theoretcal and practcal perspectves
of crime. It has the distnctve approach of drawing on the disciplines
of Sociology, Psychology, History and Law. This provides a compre-
hensive introducton to some of the key theoretcal and method-
ological issues at the heart of the discipline and enables students
to acquire and develop a realistc view of this complex social
phenomenon. Some of the distnctve and contemporary issues
explored within this course include globalisaton of crime, gender
and race, ofender profling and crime control.
The course is designed for students who have an interest in crime
and the criminal justce system. Year 1 provides an interdisciplinary
foundaton to the study of crime and justce within a broad social
science framework. A key focus of the course in Year 2 is a practcal
feldwork project where students have the opportunity to study a
specifc criminal justce agency or insttuton. The third year builds
on the knowledge and analytcal skills previously acquired.
There are a variety of assessments which include essays, historical
investgatons, debates, posters and end of year examinatons.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
BA (Hons)
Criminology
*

*Subject to validaton
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Criminology is a popular degree with excellent career prospects.
Students develop a range of analytcal and critcal skills that can be
applied to a variety of working environments related to Criminology.
Graduates are equipped to pursue careers in policing, the probaton
service, the prison service, the Home Ofce and the criminal
courts. Examples of the positons which graduates have progressed
into include:
Community Development Worker
Police Ofcer
Prison Ofcer
Probaton Ofcer
Social Worker
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Year 1
Crime and Society
Applied Criminological Research
Socialisaton, Conformity and Deviance
Introducton to Psychology
Criminal Law
Law and Society
Year 2
Core Modules
Doing Research in Criminology
Crime and Justce
Optonal Modules**
Outsiders
Civil Libertes and Human Rights
in the United Kingdom
The Criminal Process
Organised Crime
Race, Gender and Representaton
Year 3
Core Modules
Crime and Punishment
Dissertaton
Optonal Modules**
Terrorism
Sentencing and Prisons
Forensic Psychology
Policing and the Politcs of Crime Control
Media, Crime and Justce
Crime: Perspectves of Gender and Race
**Optonal modules are subject to lecturer
availability and student demand.
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
Credits
20
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
27
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 3 years full-tme
Start Dates: September
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require between 280
and 320 UCAS tarif points. We welcome internatonal applicatons
and applicatons from those with a range of non-traditonal edu-
catonal or professional qualifcatons, including Access to Higher
Educaton qualifcatons.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [students complete 120 credits each year]
28
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course is specifcally designed for holders of HND in Business
qualifcatons (or similar UK and internatonal qualifcatons). Students
can obtain a BA (Hons) degree in one year. The course covers key
aspects of business and management practce and theory, and
emphasises the development of individual and group skills.
Students experience a wide range of learning and teaching strategies.
Students complete 5 modules and an independent project. The
course is assessed in a number of ways, through individual writen
assignments, reports and examinatons.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants require a Pearson or SQA HND
in Business or an equivalent qualifcaton, such as ABE, CIM, NCC,
ATHE. Equivalent overseas qualifcatons, such as the Chinese
Dazhuan Diploma, are also accepted for admission onto the
course. Students who have successfully completed the frst 2
years of a 3-year degree, or 3 years of a 4-year degree may also be
eligible.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Many graduates go into managerial and administratve roles in
both the public and private sector. Others use the course as a
bridge into postgraduate study. Examples of positons which
graduates of the course have progressed into include:
Chartered Accountant
Corporate Investment Banker
Insurance Underwriter
Management Consultant
Retail Banker
Risk Manager
Module
Strategic Management
Accountng and Finance for Managers
Strategic Human Resource Management
Organisatonal Change
Principles in Marketng and Management
Business Project
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
BA (Hons)
Business and Management
(Top-up)
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29
Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course is specifcally designed for holders of HND in Computng,
ICT or Business Systems qualifcatons (or similar UK and internatonal
qualifcatons). Students can obtain a BSc (Hons) degree in one
year. The course is designed with employability in mind, providing
students with the essental knowledge required by industry to
bridge the computng skills gap. The course has been aligned to
professional qualifcatons to ensure that the provision is focused
on employer needs. The modules are mapped to SFIA Skills
Framework for the Informaton Age as defned by the Sector Skills
Council and governed by The Britsh Computer Society (BCS),
Informaton Management of Informaton Systems (IMIS) and the IT
Service Management Forum (ITSMF).
The course equips students with the critcal skills of development
and management of Informaton Systems (IS). It aims to develop
students knowledge, understanding and ability to apply these
skills in a commercial environment through the applicaton of
Informaton and Communicatons Technology (ICT). The course
provides students with the opportunity to study both the technical
and business aspects of informaton sciences developing the com-
mercial skills required for a career in business computng systems
or service management.
The course is assessed in terms of both theory and practce
through assessments including practcal implementatons, reports,
essays, presentatons and examinatons. Most modules are designed
to develop problem solving techniques and interpersonal skills.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants require a Pearson or SQA HND
in Computng, ICT or Business Systems, or an equivalent qualifcaton.
Equivalent overseas qualifcatons, such as the Chinese Dazhuan
Diploma, are also accepted for admission onto the course. Students
who have successfully completed the frst 2 years of a 3-year degree,
or 3 years of a 4-year degree may also be eligible.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates can pursue careers in global systems analysis and
design, IS management, project planning, quality systems support,
database management and service support and management.
Examples of positons which graduates of the course have pro-
gressed into include:
Systems Analyst
Programmer
Database Developer
Database Manager
Test Engineer
Module
System Development Approaches
Project Management - Managerial Perspectves
Business Intelligence
Strategic IS
Business Computng Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
40
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BSc (Hons)
Business Computing
Systems (Top-up)
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Undergraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments.
This course is designed for students for whom English is a second
language and who have studied an English Language or Business
English course to HND level or equivalent (for example the Chinese
Dazhuan Diploma). The students previous qualifcaton may not
have included enough business-related content to gain entry onto
our BA (Hons) Business and Management Top-up degree. Students
can obtain a BA (Hons) degree in one year.
The course ofers a balance between developing English lan-
guage skills and knowledge of business. It is designed to develop
students understanding of cross cultural and global management.
The Business Communicaton module uses topic areas which focus
on the linguistc skills needed to engage in business. It also ofers
students with the opportunity to engage in efectve communica-
ton in various business environments in additon to developing
awareness of diferent cultural approaches in business situatons.
Students further improve their English linguistc skills within the
Advanced Business English Language Skills module.
A variety of individual and group based assessments are used
which include writen reports, presentatons, portolios, creatve
project management, case studies and examinatons.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants require a relevant Pearson or
SQA HND or an equivalent qualifcaton. Equivalent overseas quali-
fcatons, such as the Chinese Dazhuan Diploma, are also accepted
for admission onto the course. Students who have successfully
completed the frst 2 years of a 3-year degree, or 3 years of a
4-year degree may also be eligible.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Bachelors degree
courses is IELTS 6.0 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 6,000 per year
Internatonal: 9,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 120 credits]
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates who have English as a Second Language studied to
degree level will fnd career opportunites in many commercial and
public sector organisatons in their home country and throughout
the world. The tourism and travel industries, educaton, sales and
promoton, charites, and governmental organisatons represent
examples of relevant sectors. Examples of positons which gradu-
ates of the course have progressed into include:
Accountant
Business Owner
Business Manager
Consultant
Module
Business Communicaton (ESL)
Advanced Business English Language Skills
Developing Cross Cultural Management Capability
Global Business Development
Research Project
Credits
20
40
20
20
20
BA (Hons)
International Business
Communications (Top-up)
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Postgraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course will develop students analytcal, evaluatve and
research skills and provide them with a comprehensive under-
standing of the interacton between contemporary domestc and
internatonal legal frameworks. It provides students with the op-
portunity to obtain a much deeper understanding of cutng edge
internatonal commercial law across a broad range of subjects.
It combines real world insights, strong practtoner contact and
specialist instructon.
Students normally study three modules in each semester, followed
by the dissertaton. Students are formally assessed by coursework
(there are no examinatons). In additon, students may be infor-
mally assessed in a number of diferent ways, including individual
presentatons.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
Module
Principles of European Law
Private Internatonal Law
Internatonal Corporate Law
Intellectual Property Rights Law
Internatonal Corporate Crime
Research Methods: Research Skills
Research Methods: Research Design
Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
10
10
60
LLM International
Commercial Law*
*Subject to validaton
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates develop a range of legal and transferrable skills which
enhances their employability within the legal profession or alter-
natve professions. Internatonal law frms and legal departments
within global companies are increasingly looking for lawyers who
have a global perspectve. Examples of positons which graduates
have progressed into include:
Barrister
Solicitor
Internatonal Corporate Associate
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants require a frst or second class
degree in Law or a Joint Honours degree with Law as the major
component. Applicants who do not meet this requirement but
who have relevant professional and personal experience and the
potental to achieve the academic standard are also encouraged to
apply. Those who have successfully completed the Legal Practce
Course or Bar Professional Training Course may be credited with
having completed six modules and will be eligible for an LLM, on
passing the research methodology and dissertaton modules.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Masters degree
courses is IELTS 6.5 (minimum category score of 6.0) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 9,000 per year
Internatonal: 10,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 180 credits]
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Postgraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
This course is an internatonally recognised postgraduate qual-
ifcaton in management. Progression through the course is
accompanied by a series of added value elements which include
e-materials, Chartered Insttute of Management Membership (the
grade is dependent on the students existng experience and quali-
fcatons)*, Chartered Marketng Insttute Introductory Certfcate*
and Prince 2 Foundaton and Practtoner Award*.
There are a variety of assessments which include practcal work,
essays, reports, case studies and examinatons. Students are
expected to engage in signifcant additonal study, group work,
learning and networking and to atend additonal workshops to
support their achievement of the professional body memberships
and awards. The Business Research Project, which comprises a
15,000-word independent project, is submited 12 months afer
enrolment.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
The MBA is an internatonally recognised general management
qualifcaton will enhance a graduates managerial career oppor-
tunites. The opportunity to complete additonal qualifcatons
makes this a highly desirable qualifcaton. The course is designed
to meet the needs of existng and aspiring senior managers in all
sectors of employment. The course is designed not only to give a
thorough understanding of business and management processes,
but also to develop student efectveness as practsing managers in
an internatonal environment. It is designed to meet the business
needs of those who have already demonstrated their managerial
competence and who have aspiratons to develop their career
further towards senior management level.
Master of Business
Administration (MBA)
*Membership and/or examinaton fees set by the
professional bodies are not included in the tuiton fees
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require a frst or second
class honours degree from a UK university (or equivalent) and must
have a minimum of 2 years relevant management experience.
Results from the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
are not an applicaton requirement. Applicants with one of the
qualifcatons listed below are only required to complete the
following two Core modules: Critcal Issues in Business and
Business Research Project.
Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies from a Britsh
University (120 Level 7 credits)
Pearson Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and
Leadership (120 Level 7 credits)
Associaton of Business Executves (ABE) Postgraduate
Diploma in Business Management (120 Level 7 credits)
NCC Educaton Level 7 Diploma in Business Management
(120 Level 7 credits)
ATHE Diploma in Strategic Management (120 Level 7 credits)
Other qualifcatons may provide full or partal exempton from
modules on the MBA. Please contact us for further informaton.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Masters degree
courses is IELTS 6.5 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 9,000 per year
Internatonal: 10,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 180 credits]
Module
Critcal Issues in Business
Management and Organisatonal Behaviour
Leadership in a Changing Context
Strategic Marketng
Managing Operatons and the Supply Chain
Compettve Strategy and Innovaton
Financial Decision Making
Business Research Project
Credits
10
20
20
20
20
20
20
50
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Having completed my BBA in Pakistan, I wanted to further my
education at a reputable institution like LSBM. I was quite happy
when I got admitted in 2011. Coming to College for the rst time can
be a stressful experience, but LSBM understands this and does its best
to make new students feel at home as quickly as possible. Teaching
takes place in beautiful buildings; there are fantastic facilities and a
lively and friendly student body. The College is located in the centre of
London so it was easy to travel to by public transport. I was taught by
lecturers who at the same time are experts in their professional areas.
What more could I ask for? Having completed my degree I can look at
problems from a different angle. LSBM broadened my knowledge.
Adeel Riaz | MBA | Student of the Year
After a Bachelor degree in Business Management and a year of doing
business consultancy work, I wanted to discover the western way of
doing business and improve my knowledge in the areas of business
science. What I particularly liked about studying at LSBM was the ease
of communication with Student Recruitment Executives and lecturers,
and the fact that I could reach them at any time when needed. The
continuous follow-up during the dissertation stage helped me achieve
the distinction. Gaining two extra qualications and the distinction
boosted my CV and increased my options in the professional world.
Elodie Ogoubiyi | MBA with Distncton
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Postgraduate Course
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is the same as the one which is delivered
on-campus at the University of Northampton. Students take the
same modules and complete the same assessments. Students
are provided with full access to the Universitys online library and
virtual learning environment.
The MSc Management course aims to equip graduates from a
wide range of disciplines and backgrounds with the knowledge
and implementaton skills to pursue a career in management.
Experience or qualifcatons in management are not required.
Students with experience at the managerial level may wish to
consider the MBA course.
This course is specifcally designed to meet a real and growing
demand amongst well-qualifed young people. Increasingly,
employers are seeking graduates with skills and knowledge which
are not found (or perceived by employers to be found) among
many recent graduates. The course aims to provide students with
such skills and knowledge, giving them a compettve advantage in
the graduate management market in the UK and throughout the
world.
There are a variety of assessments which include essays, research
papers, case studies, portolios, oral presentatons, examinatons
and a fnal dissertaton.
All classes take place at Birkbeck College (Bloomsbury campus),
and students have full access to library facilites. See page 7 for
details.
MSc Management
(International)
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
This course provides students with a generalist, broadly based
management qualifcaton, which prepares them for a wide range
of careers. It is partcularly relevant to those applicants without a
business background (either academic or employment) who are
not commited to a specifc or specialist career path. Examples of
positons which graduates have progressed into include:
Internatonal Management Consultant
Risk Manager
Internatonal Marketng Manager
Chartered Management Accountant
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Module
Organisatonal Behaviour
Marketng - Principles and Management
Managing Finance and Informaton
Strategic Management
Managing across Cultures
Managing Operatons in the Supply Chain Context
Research Methods and Dissertaton
Credits
20
20
20
20
20
20
60
35
KEY INFORMATION
Duration: 1 year full-tme
Start Dates: September or February
Campus: Bloomsbury
Awarding Body: The University of Northampton
Entry Requirements: Applicants normally require a frst or
second class honours degree or equivalent. No work experience is
required for admission onto the course.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose natve
language is not English must provide evidence of their English lan-
guage capability. The level required for study on Masters degree
courses is IELTS 6.5 (minimum category score of 5.5) or equivalent.
Fees: UK/EU/EEA: 9,000 per year
Internatonal: 10,000 per year
See page 36 for details of our Scholarship and Bursary Programmes.
MODULES [all modules are compulsory | 180 credits]
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Finance
Competitive Tuition Fees
Our tuiton fees cover all registraton fees, examinaton fees and
membership of University of London Student Union. We ofer
students with two fnancing optons:
1] STUDENT LOANS COMPANY (SLC) FINANCE
2] PRIVATE FUNDING
1] Student Loans Company Finance
Our BTEC Higher National Diploma courses taught at the
Bloomsbury campus are registered for funding through
the Student Loans Company (SLC). This enables our UK and EU
students to apply to the SLC for tuition fee loans. For eligible
students maintenance loans and grants are also available.
UK, EU and EEA students who are completng one of our
BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma courses taught at the Bloomsbury
campus are eligible for funding from the Student Loans Company
(Student Finance England), subject to satsfying certain criteria.
Students require a valid passport, UK Natonal Insurance number,
current UK bank account and a valid e-mail address. Tuiton fee
loans cover the cost of the students undergraduate tuiton fees.
The loan is only repayable once a student has graduated and has
annual earnings over a specifed level. For eligible students a
maintenance loan or grant may also be provided to cover a stu-
dents living costs. Additonal support is available to students with
disabilites and those with adult or child dependants. Specialised
LSBM staf are available to provide advice and assistance with
regard to the Student Loans Companys eligibility criteria and
applicaton procedures.
2] Private Funding
If a students fees are not paid through the Student Loans Company,
50% of the frst year fees must be paid once the student accepts
a place on one of our courses. Students have the opton of paying
the balance either on enrolment or by six monthly instalments.
METHODS OF PAYMENT
We accept the following methods of payment: bank transfers, West
Union, credit and debit card (through PayPal), cheques and cash.
LSBM proved to have very capable and understanding
people by supporting and directing me to obtain a loan
from the Student Loans Company.
Catalina-Maria Haghiac | BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma
in Business
The process of applying for a loan from the Student
Loans Company was very easy, especially given that LSBM
staff became involved in solving certain issues. It proved
that LSBM staff really care about their students
Marius Picu | BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma in Business
SCHOLARSHIP AND BURSARY PROGRAMMES
All new degree students are eligible to receive either a scholarship
or bursary. Students whose tuiton fees are funded through the
Student Loans Company will receive their bursary as a cash payment
into their bank account. Full details are available at:
www.lsbm.org.uk/scholarships-bursaries.
We accept the following methods of payment: bank transfers, Western
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We are now fully approved to join UCAS and in the process of
confrming our membership. In the coming months, prospectve
students will be able to view our course informaton and make
their applicatons via the UCAS website.
In the interim period, please either download and complete a
copy of the applicaton form from our website, or send us a copy
of your completed UCAS form. You must read the guidance below
fully before applying.
BEFORE YOU APPLY
identfy a course
check our entry requirements
check visa requirements (if applicable)
MAKING YOUR APPLICATION
It is essental that all felds in the applicaton form are fully com-
pleted and all required supportng documents are atached. If you
are awaitng examinaton results or references, an applicaton can
stll be submited. We will contact you to explain what is missing
and where any missing documents can be sent.
For more informaton and to download the applicaton form,
please visit our website. Alternatvely, please scan the QR code
on this page. Completed forms and supportng documents should
then be posted to us, or emailed to admissions@lsbm.org.uk.
If you prefer to request a printed form, please contact
admissions@lsbm.org.uk and ask for an applicaton form to be
posted to you.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
If applying by email, you must submit a scanned copy of all avail-
able documents with your applicaton. If applying by post, please
send a photocopy of each document. Please do not send original
documents. If your applicaton is successful, we will need to see
the original documents when you come to enrolment.
If you are stll completng qualifcatons, a transcript of progress
to date should be provided, together with an indicaton of when
fnal results will be published.
Typical supportng documents include:
copies of academic transcripts and certfcates
personal statement
academic/professional references
Internatonal students also require:
proof of English profciency (IELTS or equivalent)
ofcial English translatons of all required academic
documents (if these are not already in English)
We will need to see all original documents at the start of the course.
NEED HELP WITH YOUR APPLICATION?
Representatves from our Admissions and Internatonal Ofce
can ofer you advice about studying at and applying to our College.
Please feel free to contact us, or check our Events Calendar to fnd
out about the Open Day dates.
In certain countries we have approved agents who can provide
informal advice on the equivalence of local qualifcatons and to
help you with your applicaton.
Please email admissions@lsbm.org.uk for more informaton.
The professionalism of the LSBM team was proved by
the way they interacted with me, the short application
processing time and the guidance offered in order to
make me feel comfortable within the College.
Catalina-Maria Haghiac | BTEC Higher Natonal Diploma
in Business
How to
Apply
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Open Days
Find Out What It Is Like
to Study at LSBM
Applicants can atend one of our Open Days to fnd out what it is
like to study at LSBM and why we are unique within the private
higher educaton sector:
Talk to our staf and students about the quality of the courses
we ofer
Tour our impressive facilites, including Birkbeck College and
the University of London Student Union
Find out about student fnance and how to apply for funding
through the Student Loans Company
Speak to our Student Recruitment Executves about the
applicaton process
Receive help in completng the applicaton form
Pick up informaton and guidance on all aspects of student life
To learn more visit www.lsbm.org.uk/open-days.
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Disclaimer
The informaton in this prospectus is
accurate at the tme of publicaton. For
up to date informaton visit our website
at www.lsbm.org.uk. The London School
of Business and Management (LSBM)
reserves the right to remove or modify
services, courses or fees at any tme. All
informaton and other materials in this
prospectus are provided in its present
conditon and LSBM explicitly disclaims
any inferred or expressed warrantes
or conditons of any nature, including
warrantes or non-infringement of
copyright and intellectual property
in relaton to prospectus content and
connected materials. LSBM shall in
no event be liable for any damages
including (without restricton) damages
resultng from use of or reliance on the
informaton presented or incidental
damages, including loss of revenues or
costs of replacement goods or profts.
LSBM will by no means take responsibil-
ity for the content of external sites, both
in terms of appropriateness, accuracy,
or sustainability, unless specifcally
authorised by us prior to publicaton.
LSBM may not necessarily support the
views expressed on any external site
linked to our website. Rules and reg-
ulatons regarding permited working
hours, visa categories and work permits
are under the control of the UK Home
Ofce and LSBM cannot and do not
make any guarantees relatng to such
rules and regulatons.
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HGH Layout
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India
Tel: +91 9845054451
+91 9986455572
Email: india@lsbm.org.uk
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Internatonal Centre
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Fujian Province
354300
China
Tel. +86 138 0958 5079
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Email: china@lsbm.org.uk