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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the Frequently Asked Questions compiled by us to answer your queries.

Are Courses at London School of Business and Research Self Paced?

Yes, online courses at LSBR are self paced. While you can access your course material anytime, you are expected to complete the course requirements as outlined by your teacher in the critical path. You can access your login area on the website anytime after the start date, provided you register before the course starts.

I have never taken an Online Course before, What should I expect?

An Online Course runs similar to an In-Class course, except that your Classroom is a website on the internet. You have a Teacher, Classmates, Assignments, Tests and deadlines.

Do I have to buy a Book for my Online Course?

Majority of the Course Material would be provided by LSBR. However, some courses might require a text book to be bought by the student. It is also advisable to go through the recommended Online links and journals to add to your knowledge.

Do I get access to E-Library resources?

Yes, upon enrolment, you would get an access to our E-Library which has a collection of over 80,000 Books and over 200,000 International Journals

Could you share some Tips for Success that one should follow while studying Online?
Below are some of the Tips for Success while pursuing an Online Course:
Participate:

Stay in contact with your teacher and your classmates through the discussion board and other activities. Participation often contributes to your final grade.

Know your deadlines:

Look for table of deadlines when you first login to your course site. If you feel you can’t meet a deadline, let your teacher know as soon as possible, don’t wait until the last minute as it is often harder to accommodate your request then.

Be patient:

You have access to the course site 24×7, but remember your teacher and classmates are not sitting at the other end waiting for your email or discussion posting. Give them time to reply. Usually, you can expect a response within 48 hours or sooner.

Be Organised:

Manage your time appropriately. As a guideline, you should give yourself about 2-3 hours per week to work through the course content and another 3-4 hours per week to complete assignments and participate in discussions and online activities.

Read:

It is very easy to skim information on the web, but it is important that you read through the material in your course site to ensure a positive learning experience.

What should I do after getting my Qualification?
You have many options to choose from once you have attained your Qualification. Some of the opportunities are listed below:
Apply for further studies with Universities:

You can go for a Bachelors or Masters Degree after completion of the programmes. All our qualifications come with progression agreements with over 80 Universities Worldwide.

Please speak with your Student Success Manager for the current list of Universities that offer Progression after your attain your qualification, or you may click on the below link for going through the list of Universities that offer Progression to their Bachelors or Masters courses

University Progression Articulations
Other Exam Boards:

We have Agreements with a number of professional bodies who offer exemptions to holders of our qualifications.

Employment:

Our qualifications can help you to get a better position, increase your confidence in your current role, gain a promotion, set up your own Business or to change careers.

For more details on what you could do with your qualification, please speak to your Student Success Manager.
How to contact my Professor

The programme is self paced and has been developed in such a manner that you will not require any Academic Support. However, if you feel that you need some support from the professors, you can at any point of time request for live one to one chat session with the professors. You can get in touch with your Student Success Manager / Administrator for such sessions.

How are the Assessments / Examinations conducted?

Assessment is conducted via On-Line Quizzes, Assignment Submission and Dissertation Project. You can speak to our Admission Officer to know if your course involves Assessments via Quiz or written assignments.

What if I need help during the course of my studies?

For the benefit of all students there is an Advisor and a Tutor Chat line, enabling real time contact.

Who awards the Degree?

Degrees are awarded by a University. London School of Business and Research (LSBR) does not award / confers degrees.

What are the Fee Payment methods?

You can pay your fee dues by either of the following modes:

  1. Online using your Debit / Credit Card OR,
  2. Bank Transfer

Please click on the Link below for making Payments Online

 

What is the URL / Website link for making the Payment?
Please click on the Link below for making Payments Online

 

If the above button does not work, you may Copy and Paste the below link in your browser and click Enter:

 

https://www.lsbr.co.ukonline-payment/

What is the Course Fee for the programme?

Please visit the respective Course Page to know the fee.  Or Click on the link below to view Available Courses:

 

Do I have to pay the Full Fee for the Programme in Advance?

We generally take payments in Monthly, Quarterly or Half Yearly instalments.  The Fee Payment Options are listed under Frequently Asked Questions/FAQs section on the respective Course pages.

Or you may speak to the Admissions Officer for any customised payment plans.

Can I customise the Fee Payment?

Yes, you can customise the Fee Payment. You can select the payment plan that suits your budget.

Please speak to Admissions Officer for the payment plans.

How do I pay my Course Fee?

You can pay your Fees by either of the following modes:

  1. Online using your Debit / Credit Card OR,
  2. Bank Transfer

Please click on the Link below for making Payments Online

 

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