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London School of Commerce (LSC)

Why LSC ?

Choosing what to study in higher education and where is an important decision. The pages that follow will give you enough reasons as to why you should choose London School of Commerce (LSC) as your destination for higher studies.

If you want to know what makes London School of Commerce an excellent choice for your Higher Education, the answer is simple: it's a great place to study and have fun, to make friends and gain the qualifications which will enable you to succeed in the future.

There are enough reasons as to why you should choose London School of Commerce (LSC) as your destination for higher studies.

The LSC campus is centrally located and all the prime attractions in London are ten to thirty minutes travelling time from the campus. Shoppers have a choice of traditional markets or modern shopping centers. While at LSC, students are encouraged to visit the various attractions such as the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, The Bank of England to name just a few.

For party goers London has a lot to offer on its range of discotheques, pubs and night clubs. For students interested in history, London has some of the world's most famous museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum etc.

If you fancy exhibitions and concerts, the Earls Court and Olympia exhibition halls and the Royal Albert Hall are all with in easy access from the LSC campuses. All in all studying at LSC in London is an unforgettable experience.

Studying at LSC is designed to equip you with lasting all round skills to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world. College life encompasses much more than academic work and this prospectus details the facilities, which you will find on the LSC campus.
Campus Location................................................

The LSC campus is centrally located and all the prime attractions in London are in close proximity to the campus. The principal campus is located in London Bridge within close proximity of the British Rail and underground stations. There is also a support campus at Hannibal House at the cosmopolitan Elephant and Castle, with its many shops and eating places. There are additional classroom facilities at Melior Street and Fenning Street close to London Bridge. All the buildings are well served by public transport with close proximity to British Rail, Underground and Bus services.

Multi-Campus Facility.........................................

Similar to other leading colleges in London, LSC has multi campus facilities. The principal campus is located at London Bridge and a support campus is located at Hannibal House in Elephant and Castle and additional classroom facilities at Melior Street and Fenning Street. To summarize, LSC offers students attractive multi campus facilities where they obtain an internationally recognised degree in Business, Management or Information Technology, through flexible and cost effective pathways.  We have provided as much information as we can to help you choose the right course and we look forward to welcoming you as a member of an exciting student community at LSC.

Social & Cultural Activities.................................
Various events such as international students day, Chinese day, African day, salsa night, Indian traditional day and south American parties are organized by various group of students.

Students also have group visits to various discotheques, pubs and theatres in the West End of London, which are within easy access from the School.

Gregynog Residential and Day Conference Centre.............

Gregynog Hall is the Conference Centre for the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC). It is located in the middle of the picturesque Welsh countryside, surrounded by the proverbial hills and the vales. Every semester, senior Masters and Bachelors students of Management make a trip to this wonderful location. In this 72-acre expanse of greenery, cut off from the rest of civilization, the students are put to the test in various skills and aspects of business and management. Workshops, role plays, group discussions, management games, outdoor exercises and the like are all packed into two days, making this an event that is not only a learning experience, but also provides students with a lot of fun too.

Students are divided into groups and they are exposed to skills such as team work, creativity, corporate presentations, time management, leadership, problem solving, negotiation, etc. These events provide students with a practical approach to learning which is very different from the methodology adopted in a classroom environment. Students learn through actions and by being faced with real life problems and managing available limited resources. The programme provides them with an opportunity to bond with other students and make new friends. It also enables them to visit another part of the United Kingdom and see new places.

The most important issue is that this management development programme is completely free for all LSC students, with all costs being borne by the School. It also provides variety in the teaching methodology and has a huge practical slant. There is further variety when the night falls, the Music Room at the Hall is opened up to a DJ. The students take a welcome break from the tight schedules of the day to let their hair down and boogie on the dance floor.

In short, Gregynog is a place not to be missed and an event that is guaranteed to create an indelible mark in the minds of the students.

Sports Facilities..................................................
London is home to many football clubs (Arsenal, Chelsea etc) and you will also be quite central for all the sports venues - Rugby at Twickenham, Cricket at the Brit Oval and Lords and Teniss at Wimbledon.
Students Common Room.....................................

For relaxation and recreation, both principal campuses have Student’s Common Rooms, well equipped with hot and cold drinks and snacks machines, pool tables and TVs. The basement at Chaucer House offers a comfortable seating area for meeting students and has WiFi facilities.  There are Notice Boards in Common Rooms and around the Colleges displaying information of interest to all students with details of school trips, sports days and parties, as well as important deadlines and contact numbers.


The library is located on the 11th floor of the Hannibal House campus and the stock comprises a loan and reference collection of all core texts and recommended readings, further reading material, a collection on study skills and research methodologies, electronic resources which cover books such as eBrary which contains more than 40,000 titles, EBSCO Host and Emerald which cover academic journals, newspapers, trade publications, company profiles and market research reports.  XreferPlus provides access to a selection of reference books from a total of 162, and includes encyclopaedias, dictionaries, thesauri, and books of quotations.  Students are given individual usernames and passwords to access these resources.  The leading UK daily newspapers are also in stock in hard copy.  There are subsidised photocopying facilities and unlimited access to the Internet. 

IT Facilities..........................................................
The computer lab is equipped with Pentium based terminals and students have free access to Internet and e-mail facilities (academic purposes only). The School provides hands-on training for students.
Counselling Services...........................................
LSC provides a counselling service to students who may be having difficulties with their studies or on non-academic matters.
Class Room..........................................................
The LSC campus contains several large classrooms and lecture theatres and all of these are equipped with modern teaching amenities.

 So many courses and so many colleges…….

Choosing what to study in higher education and where, is an important decision. The pages which follow will give you enough reasons as to why you should choose London School of Commerce (LSC) as your destination for higher studies.

LSC is fully accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) for independent, further and higher education. LSC was set up with the primary aim of offering cost effective education leading to international degrees in Business, Management and Information Technology. LSC is an Associate College of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC). Due to this partnership students from all over the world, now have the opportunity of studying for the degrees of this prestigious universities in the heart of London.

At LSC, we understand the varied requirements of both local and international students and all our programmes are structured keeping this firmly in mind. We have always aimed to provide high quality education at competitive prices and offer some of the most cost effective programmes available in the UK.

Students today have more options to choose from and hence the need to offer a more flexible pattern of studies, which keeps up with the changes in their personal circumstances. The students now have flexible entry and exit points, which will ensure that they can proceed to the next level smoothly. LSC is proud that its faculty includes distinguished professors, researchers, professionals and authors. In fact, you will probably be taught by academics whose texts are used by students the world over.