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#1 sooorace

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Posted 18 September 2010 - 05:30 PM

Hi alll,,
I am here after quite loong.. Hopefully you are enjoying the Forum and doing your best... Actually, i am looking for a college inside the London with very good degree and education envrnmt., so that i really can learn and understand things. Well, currently i am doing Travel and tourism and is going to end by this Nov.
I am not 100% sure about changing my course but I am thinking on it, may be i'll.. So,, is there anyone who can give me advice to choose college for Bachelors Degree. I mean any of you might have feel like thats the best college to be or kind of.. that one is the gud college i've seen,, somthn like that...I am not sure about the course but i think ACCA or BA, BBA would be fine for me...Hopefully,, I'll be out of this confusion...

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Posted 07 October 2010 - 01:39 PM

Hi alll,,
I am here after quite loong.. Hopefully you are enjoying the Forum and doing your best... Actually, i am looking for a college inside the London with very good degree and education envrnmt., so that i really can learn and understand things. Well, currently i am doing Travel and tourism and is going to end by this Nov.
I am not 100% sure about changing my course but I am thinking on it, may be i'll.. So,, is there anyone who can give me advice to choose college for Bachelors Degree. I mean any of you might have feel like thats the best college to be or kind of.. that one is the gud college i've seen,, somthn like that...I am not sure about the course but i think ACCA or BA, BBA would be fine for me...Hopefully,, I'll be out of this confusion...


Hi Sooorace!!

I am currently doing my MBA from one college in London, and want to share my experience with you. To say frankly, studying in college might be very troublesome because of the UKBA rating policy. Nobody knows when these colleges can get suspended. Even my college recovers out of suspension with difficulty. I think you should better apply for university. University can be 1000-2000 pounds more expensive than the college, but you can expect secured education and high value qualification. If you could do some research, there are many affordable universities in London. It depends on what you want to study. For ACCA, you could apply for London School of Business and Finance. I think they are offering ACCA+MBA combine package, where you pay only for ACCA and after completion, you can do your MBA for free free free. However, I am not sure if it's an academic institution because the website doesn't have ".ac" domain that a good academic institution must have. May be other frens can give suggestions. Give me shout if you have anything else to say. Thanx.
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Posted 10 October 2010 - 07:16 AM


Hi alll,,
I am here after quite loong.. Hopefully you are enjoying the Forum and doing your best... Actually, i am looking for a college inside the London with very good degree and education envrnmt., so that i really can learn and understand things. Well, currently i am doing Travel and tourism and is going to end by this Nov.
I am not 100% sure about changing my course but I am thinking on it, may be i'll.. So,, is there anyone who can give me advice to choose college for Bachelors Degree. I mean any of you might have feel like thats the best college to be or kind of.. that one is the gud college i've seen,, somthn like that...I am not sure about the course but i think ACCA or BA, BBA would be fine for me...Hopefully,, I'll be out of this confusion...


Hi Sooorace!!

I am currently doing my MBA from one college in London, and want to share my experience with you. To say frankly, studying in college might be very troublesome because of the UKBA rating policy. Nobody knows when these colleges can get suspended. Even my college recovers out of suspension with difficulty. I think you should better apply for university. University can be 1000-2000 pounds more expensive than the college, but you can expect secured education and high value qualification. If you could do some research, there are many affordable universities in London. It depends on what you want to study. For ACCA, you could apply for London School of Business and Finance. I think they are offering ACCA+MBA combine package, where you pay only for ACCA and after completion, you can do your MBA for free free free. However, I am not sure if it's an academic institution because the website doesn't have ".ac" domain that a good academic institution must have. May be other frens can give suggestions. Give me shout if you have anything else to say. Thanx.


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#4 sooorace

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Posted 14 October 2010 - 11:06 AM

hi thnx for the information sunil....i really appreciate that..i'll be lookin forward as ur info...n will do more research..cheers..

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 08:00 PM

My advise would be to apply to a UK Government College or a UK University if you are looking for quality education in UK. Specially for Masters, do not spend your valuable money and time at a private college!! The Bachelors courses start from £4000 and Masters courses start from £7,000 at UK Government Colleges and Universities; which is only a very little money more than paying the fees to a "college".

If you will need further information, I would be happy to help.

Edited by Avee, 22 October 2010 - 08:04 PM.

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