The London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) is set to offer hybrid courses for all its postgraduate certificates from its new campus in Moorgate (Central London).

Starting in July, delegates can register on-campus or online and participate in the same courses, engaging with tutors and other delegates through its state-of-the-art learning tools and multimedia classrooms. Additionally, if a campus-based delegate is unable to join their physical class, they will have the option of participating in the live online class remotely.

Lasting 10 weeks of instruction, followed by assessments, the four-module course will be postgraduate certificates in management, finance or marketing. Taking place over an academic semester and taught by up to four industry expert tutors, classes take place from 6-9pm on weekdays.

Students opting for one of the postgraduate degrees can study for two terms and then during the second have the option of studying two further modules and an independent major project to obtain a full postgraduate degree.

“These modules are highly sought after topics including business development techniques, financial modelling, project finance and project management,” says Shane de Fonseka, Academic Director, Executive Education, LSBF. “These programs are hugely popular among UK and overseas students, including those from Brazil, India, Nigeria, UAE, Italy and Ghana.”

LSBF’s postgraduate certificates are designed to help professionals and recent graduates develop an advanced understanding of key areas of finance, management and marketing. Each course has a strong industry focus, helping students advance their careers by using case studies to show how theory can be applied in the workplace


The London School of Business and Finance offers industry-focused programs designed to reflect global market trends. LSBF attracts the most talented and ambitious candidates from around the world and works with its corporate partners to develop structured programs with an up-to-date and international outlook in mind.

You’ll develop new areas of expertise without the commitment of a long-term degree, by studying alongside like-minded people and benefiting from the opportunity to network with your peers around the world.

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