Why study bachelor’s degree courses at LSBF
- Range of Programmes: LSBF offers BA (Hons) top-up programmes in Business Studies, Accounting & Finance, Hospitality and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
- Convenient mode of study: full-time or part-time degree as per your convenience.
- Strong Partnerships: LSBF is a member of the Global University Systems, a growing network of 20 institutions and academic partners providing education to over 75,000 students worldwide.
- Central Location Advantage: Our campus is location in the Central Business District of Singapore.
- Awards: LSBF has been rated as the Best Accounting Schools in 2016*
- Faculty: Benefit from highly experienced faculty members.
- Career Support: Get the tools to perfect your CV, prepare for interviews and secure your dream job.
- 4 years of EduTrust Status
*T.E.D. Awards 2016
About University of Greenwich (UoG)
The University of Greenwich is a recognized London-based institution that has been committed to providing students with memorable student experiences since 1890. Not only does the University celebrate diversity with a student cohort representing over 140 countries around the world, but it also champions the employment of expert teaching staff who have industry-relevant knowledge to share with their students. UoG degrees are designed with industry boards to ensure that UoG graduates are equipped with the cutting-edge skills and knowledge they need to secure a position in their chosen profession.
The university has been ranked in the top 8 percent globally by the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR). With its large research community, it focuses on providing new developments in business, healthcare, education, and many other areas. UoG offers courses in the fields of business, arts, sciences, education, and engineering at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
UoG qualifications are recognised and valued by employers around the world. Prominent alumni of the university and its predecessor organisations include Nobel Laureate Charles Kao, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2009 for his work on transmission of light in fibre optics, and Abiy Ahmed, who won the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize.