Despite having been operating for less than two decades, the London School of Commerce (LSC) has been able to grow its student body to over 6,000 individuals after its beginnings with just 55 students to instruct. Those early years were a joint connection between LSC and Australia’s Charles Sturt University.
Just seven years after opening its doors, LSC became a Cardiff Metropolitan University associate college. Only a year later, a greater focus on accounting and business led to the School of Business and Law that made LSC an associate college under the University of Gloucestershire.
Not content to stand still, LSC then took a large leap by expanding to both Bangladesh and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. By 2011, three more countries were represented with the inclusion of Sri Lanka, Serbia and India.
LSC’s main programs for their undergraduates are Computing along with Business and Management Studies. Master of Science programs focus on the growing tourism and hospitality market, with management and information technology also under this umbrella. Finally, an MBA and doctorate for Business and Management Sciences round out the studies.