London Business Schools

The city of London is one of the main financial centres of Europe and is an excellent place to study business. There are a large number of business schools to choose from in the city and people travel to London from all over Europe and beyond to qualify in one of the capital's excellent business programmes. What follows is a brief overview of the leading London Business Schools and details of the various courses and programmes that each institution offers.

The London Business School is perhaps the first choice for many students who decide to study business in the city of London. This excellent international business school is commonly known as the LBS and can be found next to the picturesque Regent's Park in central London's north. The London Business School offers students postgraduate programmes in subjects such as management and finance as well as an outstanding Master of Business Administration programme and the Sloan Fellowship Programme, which is specially designed for veteran business executives who want to sharpen and update their existing skills. Students who want to advance their education can also opt to take either the Masters in Finance or Masters in Management course, both of which are accredited by several revered educational institutions.

The Regent's Business School London can be found right in the very heart of Regent's Park and was founded back in 1997. This is one of the most rapidly developing business schools in the whole of the United Kingdom and the programmes that are offered here take a focused approach on connecting the classroom with the international business world. Business students can take their pick from several excellent courses at the Regent's Business School London, including International Business, International Business with Design Management, International Marketing and the Business Foundation programme, which is aimed at preparing students for a degree in business.

Students who choose to study at the London School of Business and Management in WC1 will be able to select from undergraduate and postgraduate courses, while students who have already passed these levels can study for a Master's degree in Business and Management. This central London institution attracts a large number of both British and international students, and efforts are made to keep class sizes to a minimum while focusing on the individual needs of each student.

The London School of Business and Finance is located in the Marble Arch and Holborn areas of central London, although it also has a number of other campuses in both the United Kingdom and other parts of the world. This private business school is perhaps best known for its excellent Master's degree programmes in finance and management. However, the London School of Business and Finance also offers bachelor degrees in business related subjects as well as executive and corporate training.

Established in 1836 and famous for its excellent business programmes, the University of London is an excellent place to study for a degree in business. Comprised of 18 colleges and institutes as diverse as the Courtauld Institute of Art in the Strand, the School of Oriental and African Studies in Russell Square, the London School of Economics and Political Science in Aldwych, and the Royal Academy of Music on Marylebone Road, the University of London is the largest university in the whole of the United Kingdom. It is currently attended by more than 185,000 students, of which around 50,000 take part in special International Programmes.