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London School of Business & Finance in Singapore

Singapore
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About London School of Business & Finance in Singapore

LSBF in Singapore was founded by a genuine entrepreneur, LSBF has always been one step ahead when it comes to business education. From day one, the school has adopted a global mindset, offering industry relevant programmes that are tailored to the career goals of students.

Under the royal patronage of Prince Michael of Kent, LSBF has established itself as one of the world’s fastest growing business schools, teaching over 38,000 ambitious students from over 150 countries.

LSBF has seen exponential growth over the last 10 years, establishing campuses in the UK, Singapore and Canada, and regional offices in over 12 cities around the world. Over the years, LSBF has won several industry accolades, including the recent Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its contribution to the international trade.

Campus information

Located in the heart of one of Asia’s leading most important business centres and situated among some of the world’s leading corporations, London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) programmes are delivered at our brand new state-of-the-art institution, situated among some of the world’s leading corporations; thereby making it more accessible for our students.

Our classrooms are located at 3 Anson Road (Springleaf Tower) and 143 Cecil Street (GB Building), just minutes away from Tanjong Pagar MRT stations.

Small class sizes ensure that each and every student receives individual attention from our first-class teachers. We aim to maintain our teacher : student ratio to optimise the learning experience for our students.

Singapore is where East meets West, combining the best of both cultures in a modern, dynamic city. This key financial centre is a major trading hub, one of the world's busiest ports and one of the most politically stable places in the world; all of which makes it an attractive base for a wide variety of multinational corporations. 

Known for its vibrancy and numerous tourist destinations, Singapore also features some of the best schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutes. As a global economic powerhouse, Singapore is home to many top multinational companies and abounds in business and employment opportunities. It is because of this that large number of aspiring students come to Singapore to pursue their higher education.

There is also a long history of educational excellence here, making this the perfect place to study the world of business. Furthermore, English is the most widely spoken language in Singapore, so it's also an ideal location in which to learn English.

Accommodation

The standard of living in Singapore is amongst the highest in Asia. However, compared to countries in western continents, the cost of living here is relatively low, and basic items like food and clothing are considered reasonably-priced.
When planning your budget for living expenses in Singapore, do consider these items:

  • Accommodation
  • Utilities
  • Food
  • Transport
  • Clothing
  • Telecommunications
  • Books & Stationery
  • Medical/Hospitalisation Insurance

Personal Expenses
On average, an international student in Singapore spends about S$750 to S$2,000 a month on living expenses. The amount varies depending on your individual lifestyle and course of study.

TYPES OF ACCOMODATION

Flat-share
A group of students can come together to rent a house or a flat, and share the use of facilities such as living room, kitchen, bathroom and toilet. Residents do their own cleaning and may have to pay their own utility bills.

Room in Owner-occupied Apartments (Mostly in Housing & Development Board Apartments)
The most common type of student accommodation, student will rent a vacant room in a flat currently occupied by the flat’s owner. In this type of unit rental, students will negotiate with owners on the use of washing machine, cooking facilities, telephone, television, internet access, etc.

Private Student Hostels
A number of privately run hostels take in foreigners that hold a Student’s pass card issued by the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA). Students are advised to contact the hostel directly for rental charges.

Private Apartments/Houses
Private apartments and houses are typically pricier than most of the above-mentioned types of accommodation.  You may engage the services of a property agent to help you find an apartment or house. Often, the agent would charge a fee for the service they perform.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 4 Business and Management 4 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 MBA 1

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