LSBF to deliver ACCA programmes in Australia

LSBF to deliver ACCA programmes in Australia

We are pleased to announce that LSBF in Singapore officiated its partnership with Sydney’s Bridge Business College on 25 September in Singapore.

Students who join an LSBF-Bridge programme will be able to pursue their studies in both Sydney and Singapore under the Transnational Education (TNE) model. This allows student movement from other LSBF destinations to LSBF-Bridge Sydney to further their studies.

Kiaran Green, Principal of Bridge Business College, said: “I am very excited about this partnership. Singapore is fast becoming the financial hub of Asia. This makes LSBF in Singapore an exciting place for any student to be learning.”

Rathakrishnan Govind, LSBF Global CEO, said: “Sydney is a popular education destination. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in the LSBF TNE model.”

The partnership will welcome the first intake of ACCA students in Sydney in January 2018, and the diploma programmes are expected to launch in July 2018.

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