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London School of Commerce opens campus in Floriana

Anglia Ruskin University vice chancellor Michael Thorne, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo, London School of Commerce advisory committee chairman Lord John Tomlinson of Walsall, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and LSC Group CEO Timothy Andradi.

Anglia Ruskin University vice chancellor Michael Thorne, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo, London School of Commerce advisory committee chairman Lord John Tomlinson of Walsall, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and LSC Group CEO Timothy Andradi.

The London School of Commerce has opened a campus at the Europa Centre, Floriana, offering internationally-recognised and accredited graduate and postgraduate qualifications in business, management and IT.

The courses being offered in Malta include the LSC’s flagship Masters of Business Administration programme. The LSC is one of the largest MBA providers in Europe. It plans to offer other programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level in business, management, hospitality and tourism, accountancy, IT, and related fields.

The LSC group, based in London, provides its courses to thousands of students through campuses in Malaysia, India and Sri Lanka. “Our global mission is to provide high-quality, flexible educational programmes at competitive prices, allowing students to achieve professional qualifications efficiently,” said Lord John Tomlinson of Walsall, chair of the LSE’s advisory committee, in the presence of the Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo and British High Commissioner Robert Luke.

LSC Group CEO Timothy Andradi said LSC Malta will add to the diversity of educational opportunities available on the island.

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