Below you will find answers to the questions we get asked the most about applying for admissions...
There's no requirement to share the CV to enrol to a course. However, if you are seeking for credit towards your previous regulated or unregulated qualifications, we will ask you to submit the CV.
If your last qualification (high school, bachelors or masters) is in English medium and you are in a fluency level to study the diploma programmes at the London Institute of Business and Technology, there is no need for additional English qualifications. However, certain university top-up programmes may ask you to submit English proficiency certificates. Please check with a student counselor if this applies to you.
Payments are usually made online via Stripe payment gateway. If you are enroled to a monthly payment plan via the Standard Route or the Fast-Track mode, payment will be automatically deducted during the agreed time. If you have any issuing making payments online using a credit or a debit card, manual invoicing with wire transfers can be arranged.
It is advisable to hold a first degree in the area you are interested in or other equivalent international degree qualifications in order to follow a masters programme. If you don't hold a bachelor's qualification, you can till enrol to postgraduate programmes if you have a minimum of 5 years of managerial experience.
Filling out the application form will only take a few minutes. Once you are subscribed to the payment plan of your choice, "Confirmation of Enrolment" will be emailed to you within 24 to 48 hours along with the login details to the Learning Management System.
Each qualification has its own entry requirements. You can see the details under "Entry Requirements" of each course. Generally, most undergraduate level courses, you can enol with a high school or equivalent qualification. Most masters and postgraduate courses require you to have either a bachelor's qualification or a minimum of 5 years of managerial experience.
There are three payment terms for diploma courses. Standard route enables you to complete Level 4&5 both levels in 12 months and Level 7 in 8 months. You will be paying the fees in monthly instalments. Fast-Track option enables you to complete the courses faster. Please see the payment options for each course page.
The short answer is NO. IELTS is not a must. In fact, if you have studied in English medium, you probably may not need any additional language requirements. However, some universities may require you to complete IELTS for the top-up course. Please check with a student counselor if this applies to you.
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