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Hundreds of students enrolled at London School of Business & Finance in Singapore within weeks of opening

London School of Business & Finance officially opened its first Asia-Pacific campus in Singapore last week to great success. With more than 1,200 students enrolling within the first few weeks, the numbers show how enthusiastic students are in joining the latest campus, based in the heart of Singapore's financial centre, Raffles Place.

Now boasting five state-of-the art campuses in Europe, North America and Asia, London School of Business & Finance is a truly global business school.

Founder and CEO of London School of Business & Finance, Arkady Etingen, said of the move: "The new campus in Singapore is London School of Business & Finance first in the Asia-Pacific region and builds on its commitment to deliver education on a global scale."

He added: "Singapore is world renowned as a centre of excellence. With the opening of the Singapore campus, we wish to not only extend our offerings to potential students in Singapore, but also leverage its strategic importance as an educational hub."

Students on the Preparatory Course for ACCA at London School of Business & Finance, Singapore campus will benefit from the same high quality tuition on offer at the other campuses in London, Birmingham, Manchester.

They will also enjoy One Paper One Payment* scheme, that entitles them to revision courses at no extra cost, should a re-sit be required. Furthermore, they can receive up to four free Practical Skills Certificates*, giving them the hands-on skills that will help make them even more attractive to employers.

London School of Business & Finance's aim is to guide ambitious, driven students onto successful careers in business, all over the world; opening its Singapore campus was just the next step in this on-going mission.

*Subject to availability. Terms and Conditions apply. For more information, please visit http://www.lsbf.edu.sg/programmes/professional-programmes/support-resources/

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