Anglia Ruskin University London Campus with LCA

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By Admin February 2, 2012 13:38 Updated

Anglia Ruskin University London Campus with LCA

Another new addition of University branch campus in London is Anglia Ruskin University with London College of Accountancy. LCA has been announced themselves as a collaborative business partner of Angalia Rusking University  in London. In past LCA was about to provide ARU’s degree from their institute. After successful agreement between LCA and Anglia Ruskin, now LCA will provide ARU direct course to international students as their London campus.  As a result international students in UK will get direct CAS, courser, lessons, degree from University and students will be able to get part-time work permit while study in UK as Tier 4 policy. London College of Accountancy (LCA) is a Highly Trusted Sponsor in London.

The fees of Anglia Ruskin University London campus should be bit lower than main campus. Fees would be for bachelor degree £5750 (not confirmed yet but trustworthy news). For full fees details stay with us and we will update more about LCA and ARU’s programme and fees for international students.

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By Admin February 2, 2012 13:38 Updated
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  1. soumitra pal July 13, 17:36

    is it true that london college of accountancy is Highly Trusted Sponsor ?

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    • Admin Author July 16, 18:39

      No. LCA is ‘A’ rated.

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      • Derek Mizner July 19, 02:26

        This means if an international student opts for ACCA with LCA, he would neither get 20 hours nor it would be a highly trusted sponsor ? Correct? The CAS for acca is issued by LCA and not Anglia Ruskin ?

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        • Admin Author August 4, 00:23

          No, IF LCA issue CAS you won’t get work permit because they are private college. But Anglia Ruskin is an branch of with LCA. So Anglia Ruskin University will issue CAS for ACCA course. That means you will get CAS if University issue CAS.

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  2. AKHTAR HAYAT September 28, 05:43

    is 20 hours work per week is allowes at LCA ( anglia ruskin universty london campus )

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  3. wintyadanartin December 23, 12:41

    I Live in Myanmar …. I have bands in5 IELTS . I want to Learn undergraduate studying.. first english foundation programme I will start …..

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  4. kushal ghimire January 12, 22:01

    can we bring depended if we join in mba international in lca(angila rusking) thanks

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  5. shawan January 27, 20:54

    is it a government funded university?

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  6. Mohebullah May 6, 23:23

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Greetings from London,
    I am Mohebullah an international student in UK and I have four year bachelor degree in agriculture from Kabul university Afghanistan. indeed I am currently doing my HND and PGD in strategic management and leadership in one of the colleges in London. my above mentioned courses are to be finished in July 2013. As soon as I finish my current courses, I would like to do my MBA in of the Universities in UK and I already heard about Angilia Ruskin University. Herewith if you could please furnish me with all the exigent information and requirements (course starting date, ending date, duration, fee, English language requirement, course procedure, work permission from UKBA while doing the course etc) for MBA course.

    Looking forward to receiving your feedback ASAP in this regard.
    Kind Regards,
    Mohebullah

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  7. Moula August 20, 15:48

    I’m going to admit in LCA (london college of accountancy) in 3year ba(hons) which is now a brunch campus of anglia ruskin.But I’m feeling insecure because if this college will close during my graduation , it will be a great lose for me. would you please let me know how safe it will be for me. I’m asking because i’ve heard that a lot of colleges in london are closing, and students are suffering a lot for them… please help me as much as you can.

    Thanks
    Hack Moula

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