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London School of Marketing offers MBA to Namibian students

The institution is an associated college of Anglia Ruskin University and is working in partnership with the University of Northampton and other professional bodies to offer UK qualifications to students across the globe.

The school said that part of its success as an international educator is due to its pioneering Local Access Points (LAPs) programme which provides infrastructure, IT software and one to one administrative and marketing support to students in their respective home countries.

“They effectively act as regional study centres for international students, supporting them to gain a British qualification. Courses vary from International Accounting to Masters in Business Administration and students are provided with detailed guidelines, timetables, clear assessments and course content.”

Former MBA student Nisreen Ameen said: “Studying an MBA with LSM was a great experience. The qualification has contributed significantly to my knowledge in conducting academic research, which was truly my biggest challenge.

“The lecturers are professional, highly experienced and extremely helpful. LSM takes care of its students, going a step further by giving guidance on plans after graduation.”

The school is accredited by the British Council for Independent Further and Higher Education, as an online and distanced learning provider.

The Chief Marketing Officer, Anton Dominique, said “Our international programme has been hugely successful, and we are pleased to be the first choice for many international students around the world.”

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