LCBL (Delhi) offers courses with University of London qualification under the academic direction of London School of Economics and Political Science

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Invites application for 2016-2017 session starting September

New Delhi, August 4, 2016: London College of Business and Law (LCBL), a UK based college has opened its Delhi Campus, with operations commencing from this academic year. LCBL (UK) is a registered centre of the University of London International Programmes (UoL), one of the most diverse and second largest university by number of full-time students in UK.
LCBL (Delhi) campus invites applications from Indian students for its September 2016 intake starting from August 1st, 2016. The UoL courses offered by LCBL (Delhi) campus fall under the academic direction of London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), ranked no. 4 in QS World University Rankings by subject in Economics and Econometrics in year 2015. The undergraduate degree courses offered have been granted equivalence by a host of major-league Indian universities including Delhi University, Mumbai University, Calcutta University and Punjab University.
In September 2016 intake, LCBL (Delhi) campus stands to offer admission into a host of undergraduate and graduate diploma courses in accounting, banking, economics, finance and management. The state-of-the-art infrastructure, world class faculty and delivery capabilities at LCBL (Delhi) campus ensure quality education of international standard. Apart from intense classroom teaching the students at LCBL (Delhi) campus will also have access to UoL’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) facilities whilst undertaking their studies at LCBL (Delhi) campus in India.
Speaking about LCBL (Delhi) campus, Bola Makinde, the CEO of LCBL (UK), said: ‘We are very excited about starting our campus in Delhi. We are focussed on improving the quality of education that is made available to our students in India. To that extent, no effort has been spared in ensuring that our learning environment in Delhi is of international standard and second to none in India amongst colleges providing tuition for UoL degree courses. Moreover, the one key advantage for students in India is that they will study in an environment that is conducive to academic learning, and upon completion of their studies, obtain a degree qualification that is considered ‘Gold Standard’ at a fraction of what it would have cost to study at UoL in UK.’
Gaurav Ashesh, Campus Director, LCBL (Delhi) Campus said: ‘We aim to become one of the best centres of academic excellence in India that provides tuition support for University of London International Programmes, particularly EMFSS (Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences) courses that enjoy the academic direction of LSE. Every year thousands of Indian students travel to the UK to study but many are unable to do so due to various constraints. Hence, we provide them an alternate access to world-class education at a reasonable fee.”

For more information on how to apply and join us at LCBL (Delhi) campus, please visit http://www.lcbldelhi.com/ or obtain our Application Form from the campus office at Rohini, New Delhi. There is no deadline for submission but applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as places on their chosen courses will get filled very quickly.

About UoL International Programmes: The University of London is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the UK. Founded in 1836, the University of London is a federal university, made up of 17 Colleges and 10 specialist research Institutes. Among these Colleges are some of the best universities in the United Kingdom, including University College London (UCL), King’s College London and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). In 1858, the University of London established the University of London International Programmes to give students around the world access to top British education. This makes the International Programmes the world’s oldest provider of distance and flexible learning.
As stated in the University of London Statutes, International Programmes students are graded on the same standard as internal students to ensure a uniform credentialing process. A student who completes a course of study under the programme is awarded a University of London degree with a notation specifying which lead college provided the instruction.