Tuesday, 28 June 2011

LCA Business School, London

How would you like the opportunity to graduate debt free?

At LCA Business School in London we offer quality Higher Education leading to degree qualifications in Applied Accounting, International Business Management, Accounting and Finance, Business Studies and Business and Law, accredited by the University of Wales and Anglia Ruskin University.

Our specially designed flexible learning programmes mean that students have the opportunity to undertake meaningful part time employment whilst completing full study days. This means that students are able to pursue significant daytime employment whilst they are working towards their degrees, enabling them to contribute towards the cost of studying whilst still at college.

In addition our accelerated degree programmes in Applied Accounting and International Business Management mean that students can graduate and enter the world of work after just two years. Our Applied Accounting programme also offers the opportunity to work towards the maximum possible number of ACCA exam exemptions – 9.

Our fees for 2011 entry are highly competitive; at £3,375 per year, and for 2012 entrants our fees will be just £4,500 per year at a time when many universities will be increasing their fees to around £9,000 per year.

LCA Business School is potentially the debt free alternative to traditional universities, offering students professional qualifications delivered by faculty with real-world practitioner experience.

Study in the exciting and vibrant heart of the City of London, with easy commuting or with assistance in finding student accommodation if required.

At LCA Business School our priority is high quality, affordable and professional education leading to qualifications that allow our graduates to strive in the world of business. For more information please contact our Undergraduate Admissions team on 0808 178 1722 or find us at www.lcabusinessschool.com

Monday, 20 June 2011


We would be grateful if you could inform students wishing to apply to study Medicine or Dentistry for entry in 2012 (or deferred entry in 2013) of the requirement to take the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) this summer.

The 26 University Medical and Dental schools that require candidates to take this test as part of the admissions process are as follows:

University of Aberdeen; Brighton and Sussex Medical School; Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry; Cardiff University; University of Dundee; University of Durham; University of East Anglia; University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow; Hull York Medical School; Keele University; King’s College London; Imperial College London Graduate Entry; University of Leeds; University of Leicester; University of Manchester; University of Newcastle; University of Nottingham; University of Oxford Graduate Entry; Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry; Queen’s University Belfast; University of Sheffield; University of Southampton; University of St Andrews; St George’s, University of London; Warwick University Graduate Entry.

The test is offered at a choice of over 150 UK high street test centres and over 300 testing centres worldwide. The closing date for registering to take this test is 23 September 2011. However, due to high demand, students should register to take this test immediately to ensure they get a test slot at their chosen test centre.

Registration opens: 3 May 2011

Bursary applications processed from: 3 May 2011

Testing begins: 5 July 2011

Registration deadline: 23 September 2011

Bursary application deadline: 23 September 2011

Exemption application deadline: 23 September 2011

Last testing date: 7 October 2011

UCAS application deadline: 15 October 2011

To enable candidates to register and book a test, please direct your students to the UKCAT website at http://www.ukcat.ac.uk/