LCA Business School offers undergraduate degrees accredited by the University of Wales and Anglia Ruskin University.
It's just a private college- 95% students will be international who have finished studying but haven't found a job and just want do one more year and well LCA is pretty cheap, so not a bad option in that respects.
The degree is worthless, of course you might learn some stuff but much better going to a proper uni for both career and social prospects.
(Original post by JD1235)
Visited the LCA Business School today, excellent location, fantastic teaching facilities, was very impressed.
The degrees are awarded by the University of Wales and Anglia Ruskin University.
LCA Business School offers value for money. And i much look forward to starting there, with BSc course in accounting and finance.
Apologies for hammering the point a bit but would suggest talking to people who have graduated from LCA about their job prospects. I fail to see what value would this accountancy and finance degree add?
If you are interested in a career in finance- try and get a job and do a professional qualification with it. Many firms offer the AAT/ACA route or the ACCA route.
If you want to study fulltime and do the ACCA, you can submit a research project after the professional stage and get a degree in Accounting from Oxford Brookes University, which in no way is a top university but far better than University of Wales and Anglia Ruskin University. You will be able to make very good progress towards the ACCA and get a degree as well, and will be much better placed than a LCA full time BSC graduate.
Only my two cents worth, obviously if you have done your research this might already be in your knowledge.