Sep 2011

LSBF expands Singapore Institute


Reflecting its fast growth, the London School of Business & Finance in Singapore has recently expanded to a second Institute, to ensure its students’ have the best academic environment and to accommodate the increasing student body.

LSBF’s first Singapore Institute was officially opened in June 2011 by LSBF’s Royal Patron HRH Prince Michael of Kent and has received overwhelming student enrolment since its July 2011 ACCA Preparatory Course intake.  The expansion to a second Institute comes only three months after the inauguration. Classes at the new facilities in the GB Building, at 143 Cecil Street, started on 7 September 2011.

Elisabetta Ceragioli, Managing Director of LSBF South East Asia said: “We are proud to have expanded our Institute, which proves how well LSBF has been welcomed by students in Singapore. The new facilities are fully refurbished and equipped with state-of-the-art fixtures and we expect to accommodate more than 180 students in each one of the two new classrooms. I am confident the students will have a dynamic learning experience.” 


About LSBF in the UK


London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a higher education institution offering postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes; in business, management, marketing, finance, law and accountancy, in the UK. The Institute attracts students from over 150 countries worldwide, and has presence across four major cities in the UK, Canada and now in Singapore.

LSBF operates under the patronage of HRH Prince Michael of Kent, who works closely with the school to offer a number of scholarships; recognising and nurturing the talent of up and coming entrepreneurs from across the world.


About LSBF in Singapore


LSBF in Singapore is currently offering Preparatory Course for ACCA and courses had commenced since July 2011. In three weeks from its official opening, LSBF in Singapore had recruited more than 1200 students with over 1500 papers.


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