Set up initially in 2000 as a business enterprise. London College of Business and Law (LCBL) (formerly known as Middlesex College of Law) registered as a private limited company in February, 2003. During the early years of the College, tuition was provided for LLB Degree students of University of London International Programmes (formerly University of London External).
LCBL as a College has evolved over the years and now offer a range of courses that include Level 3 courses in Business, Law, Nursing as well as Health and Social Care. These courses provide a route for learners aged 19+ to study at LCBL and progress to UK universities after a period of six months to one one year on intensive study. Learners willing to gain admission to UK universities through the access course route are able to do so with funding support from the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA). LCBL also offers Apprenticeship courses in disciplines covering Project Controls, Associate Project Management, Business, Computing, Hospitality and Catering. LCBL is also on ESFA’s Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP). Efforts are on-going to re-activate academic partnerships with UK universities for levels 4 and 5 of degree programmes in Business, Law and Management disciplines. This is in line with LCBL’s 2020 strategic plan and vision, which is to grow the College in new and adaptive educational areas that meets the training needs of UK employers and businesses as well as conventional learners, both within and outside the United Kingdom.