London School of Business and Finance Collaborates with Bridge Business College to offer professional accounting qualifications
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) and Bridge Business College have collaborated to offer Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes in Sydney.
The partnership has established LSBF-Bridge in Sydney as an ACCA Silver Approved Learning Partner (ALP) — the first ALP to be introduced in Australia. The ALP status is awarded by ACCA Global to learning providers for the quality tuition and support that they offer to ACCA students.
The ACCA programmes at LSBF-Bridge will incorporate online and classroom learning to give students a blended learning experience. Students can have access to recorded video lessons by qualified local tutors, as well as quizzes, mock exams, eBooks and an E-Revision Kit — all geared to helping students to understand and pass the exams.
In Singapore, LSBF is an ACCA Platinum Approved Learning Partner and has successfully produced ACCA Prize Winners every year, bringing the total number to 188 within 17 exam sittings. LSBF ACCA students have come in first, second or third place in Singapore and are placed in the top 30 worldwide for the foundation and professional level papers.
LSBF-Bridge will also offer students the option to pursue diplomas in both Australia and Singapore as part of the LSBF Global Learning Experience. The LSBF Global Learning Experience allows student movement from other LSBF destinations to LSBF-Bridge in Sydney to further their studies.
With LSBF-Bridge dual qualifications, students can choose to study* with any of LSBF’s university partners and any Australian university.
*Dependent on students’ GPA and upon meeting the requirements of chosen university
Kiaran Green, CEO 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 Global Learning Experience.”
About LSBF in Singapore
Since its inception in 2011, LSBF in Singapore has provided education to more than 10,000 students from over 20 countries, equipping them with the skills they need for a successful career. With the support of LSBF in the UK and its royal patron, His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent GCVO, the School has partnered with several globally ranked universities and colleges across Asia. It has two campuses in the heart of Singapore’s business district, ensuring that students can benefit from the city’s dynamic environment. The school has won several awards, including:
– Best Private School in Accountancy 2016
– Best Private School in Hospitality & Tourism 2016
– Asia Enterprise Brand Award 2016
LSBF in Singapore is committed to delivering the best educational experience possible for students.
About Bridge Business College
Bridge Business College was established in 1991 and is one of Australia’s longest established and most successful providers of professional business training. We were a pioneer in offering an affordable international education experience in Australia. Located above Wynyard train station in the heart of Sydney – Australia’s most dynamic city – Bridge Business College has convenient access to transport, entertainment, shopping and cultural activities.
Bridge offers course programmes in business (management, human resources, and accounting), marketing communications and tourism management as well as a range of General English, IELTS and Cambridge English preparation programs (ELICOS). Bridge is a fully accredited provider of Australian Vocational and Education Training (VET) courses, ranging from Certificate II to Advanced Diploma and following the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Bridge students come from more than 60 countries and skilful, qualified trainers bring to the classroom years of real world business experience coupled with a passion for sharing knowledge.
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