ACCA courses, LSBF. Need help

ACCA courses, LSBF. Need help

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#1 Aug 10, 2012
Hi there! Guys, I need your advice. I'd like to take ACCA courses in London in September, but the problem is I can't decide what school to choose. I've read a lot of good reviews about LSBF (London School of Business & Finance) and its great tutors, besides they offer pass first time guarantee for ACCA exams ( http://www.lsbf.org.uk/programmes/professiona... ) But I'd like to hear from people who have already finished the courses in LSBF. How is it? Is it really that great and helpful? Did u pass the exams after the courses? Please share your experience.
Alex

Prague, Czech Republic

#2 Nov 21, 2012
I have recently finished F1, F2 and F3 from LSBF in London but things are not that good here in UK as it used to be.

I am non-EU national and it is really difficult for non-EU students to survive here in UK. Students are not allowed to work part-time and chances of staying in UK after completing ACCA are very slim.
It is virtually impossible to survive here unless your family is quite well-off who can send you 500 every month for your living expenses.
I took admission last month at an institute in Prague, Czech Republic that offers ACCA and CIMA. I visited Prague this summer and its a beautiful and economical place to live. I visited the institute's campus and explained the whole situation why I was interested in studying in Prague.

The good thing about Prague, Czech Republic is that it is part of EU and Schengen Zone, part-time work is allowed, students can get permanent residency after 5 years of legal stay or visa can be switched to work visa after 1 year and living cost is much than UK.

Some of my friends are also applying in January. You can have a look at their website and decide if it suits you.
University College Europe
www.uceu.cz
Auditor for Bish and Co

Chicago, IL

#3 Dec 29, 2012
Ramesh Seebarran's accounting firm BISHESWAR, SEEBARRAN & Co. is offering micro loans of up to $3,900 Euros.

Kindly contact:

Ramesh Seebarran,FCCA
Bish and co. Chartered Accountants
www.bishandco.com
[email protected]

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