Set up initially in 2000 as a business enterprise and thereafter in 2003 registered as a private limited company, London College of Business and Law (LCBL) was established with the aim at the time of providing tuition for LLB Degree students of University of London International Programmes.
LCBL is currently one of only four colleges in the United Kingdom awarded the Registered Centre status of University of London International Programmes for the LLB Degree.
At LCBL, we offer a range of courses right up to the University of London LLB Degree. For those not willing to pursue a degree course, the Access to HE Diplomas of AIM Awards in Business, Computing, Law, Nursing and Midwifery, as well as Health and Social Care are also routes for learners aged 19+ to study at LCBL and progress to UK universities after six months to one year. Learners willing to gain admission to UK universities through the Access route will be able to do so with funding support from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA). Apprenticeship courses in disciplines that include Business, Computing, Hospitality and Catering will to start in May, 2017 at LCBL. The College was added to SFA’s the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP) in March, 2017.