London School of Commerce and IT Limited
London School of Commerce has become one of the widest independent higher education suppliers in the UK, with a well-respected global reputation. Our students are able to immerse themselves into the inspiring historical and cultural legacy that London has to offer from LSC’s location at London Bridge, whilst acquiring advanced information and abilities in modern business management in the world’s financial center. LSC delivers a range of well-founded business and management programs with its University partners, including undergraduate programs and postgraduate programs leading to Masters and Doctoral degrees. Since LSC’s foundation in 1998, it has enlarged on a global scale, which is underpinned with campuses in Valetta in Malta, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Dhaka in Bangladesh. LSC has achieved national, international, and global success through the delivery of life-long learning, widening participation in education for innovation and entrepreneurship, and seeking to develop a global mindset in its learners.
At LSC, we are committed to ensuring a conducive and enriching learning environment for all stakeholders and that the educational provision within the school contributes directly to the educational, economic, and cultural development of the host country in which programs are delivered and in the home countries from which students originate.
Equality and diversity
LSC entirely complies with the Equality Act of 2010 in the recruitment of students and is committed to inclusive learning and teaching. Students are requested to notify the School of any specific wants during the application process and they are encouraged to inform their academic and personal tutors of any specific needs which may arise during their program of study. The School, in conjunction with its University partners, has systems in place for:
- Individual reasonable adjustments
- Arrangement of tailored support including Non-Medical Help (NMH) e.g. Note-taking, Study Assistance and/or Mentoring
- Diagnostic assessment for Specific Learning Differences
- One-to-one study abilities tuition
- Recommendation on equipment and access
- Exam concessions, for example, extra time, adapted exam papers, or special exam room arrangements
- Liaison with academic and other university staff and external agencies
- Referral to professional counseling services