You will find this article particularly useful if you want to get an affordable MBA (or BA) degree in London and thereby earn yourself a possibility to live and work in the United Kingdom. You will learn where to start and how to make it happen.
Overall, postgraduate education in the UK is generally not cheap. While a typical one-year MBA degree would cost you between 10,000 and 15,000 pounds (not to mention Oxford or Cambridge, which cost as much as £35,000 – clearly not affordable to most people), there are cheaper universities (£4,950) offering high quality education. You are here to learn about London School of Commerce, a notable college in London providing international students with affordable postgraduate education.
Located in the center of London, London School of Commerce is one of the most famous local institutions to offer high quality, affordable [I will go as far as saying "cheap"] education to international and domestic students. It’s a preferred college choice for many students without fat wallet but strong desire to get high quality education in the UK. The college offers MBA (MA, MSc, BA, BSc) degrees in various fields, including marketing, international business, finance, computing, IT, finance & accounting, hospitality and tourism management.
Apart form the friendly price, the main advantage of the college is its easy accessibility to students (for example, one can get an MBA degree without work experience) and affordability to foreign students. The MBA degree here is among the most friendly priced in the UK, starting at £4,950 with a possibility to pay the fee in two installments (£3,950 and the rest later). The reason LSC is able to maintain such low tuition fee is the massive number of students enrolling 6 times (!) per year: in August, October, November, February, April and June. Not surprisingly, the school boasts a student body of 3,500 people representing over 100 countries worldwide.
It is worth noting that citizens of certain countries are able to receive partial scholarship to support their tuition.
Student accommodation in London is usually shared between a bunch of students, which allows most students to get the roof over their heads at £200-£300 per month.
Having obtained a degree at LSC, students can apply for a Tier-2 work visa in the UK.
I hope you find this article helpful. If you you would like to learn more about London School of Commerce, you are welcome to contact Olga Karabukhina, who is a student adviser at LSC. She supports new students in enrollment and is happy to answer any questions about entry requirements and application procedure:
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