An alternative provider in the UK has lost its licence to recruit international students after an investigation has been launched by BIS and QAA. The news follows concerns raised over access to student loan funding at APs.
The London School of Business and Finance has had its Highly Trusted Status reinstated, allowing it to recruit international students once more, following the suspension of 57 colleges's Tier 4 licences in June. So far 25 colleges have had their licences revoked and and three have surrendered their licences.
Global University Systems (GUS) has gone public as the overarching group and brand that joins together operations including the well known LSBF business school enterprise. GUS's latest group member is GISMA Business School in Germany, rescued from insolvency.
LSBF has partnered with pathway provider North Consortium UK to offer English and academic preparation courses at its London campus. The collaboration will see LSBF's pathway portfolio grow to include programmes that feed into other institutions around the UK.
LSBF is to rebrand its LSBF School of English chain as The Language Gallery (TLG), as it kicks off an expansion drive. A spokesperson for the global business school said it planned to launch three more language schools, either in the US or UK, to its portfolio by the end of 2014.
The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is to partner with eCornell, the e-learning arm of the Ivy League institution Cornell University, to help it deliver more programmes in new markets. The agreement marks a significant expansion of Cornell's e-learning arm, eCornell.
The London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) has been awarded the 2013 Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its contribution to UK trade. It is one of the few private higher education institutions to have won the award. The organisation, which delivers programmes worldwide, is also launching a new campus and pathway in Canada.
Global business school LSBF has teamed up with one of the best known British football teams, Liverpool Football Club, to launch a new education brand that will offer management and leadership training by teaching skills that segue from football club to professional world.