The launch of the British School of Commerce (BSC), a division of the London School of Commerce Group of Colleges, UK will take place at 5 p.m. on 1 February at the BSC campus, 19 McLeod Road, Colombo 4, under the distinguished patronage of Mark Field, Member of Parliament for cities of London and Westminster.
Other guests gracing the occasion include: Timothy Ashanta Andradi, CEO of the London School of Commerce, UK Group of Colleges; Jacqueline Hare, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff; and senior officials from the British High Commission and the British Council in Colombo.
The London School of Commerce (LSC) UK, is the Associate College of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, providing globally recognised British degree courses to over 6,000 students from 130 countries. Having the Head Office and the main campus in London with campuses in Belgrade, Nairobi, Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur, LSC now embarks on opening its fifth division in Colombo.
In keeping with the vision of its parent institution, BSC aims to enable all Sri Lankans to pursue cost effective education with its MBA programme priced at a very competitive Rs. 465,000. Students also have the option to transfer to London or any of its campuses worldwide at no additional fee. During the course of study, students have access to over 70,000 online materials and learn from the experience of the highly qualified local and European faculty.
BSC offers a variety of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Degrees in business, management, tourism, hospitality and information technology, all awarded by the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.