Study in the UK
London College of Accountancy (LCA)
The London College of Accountancy is a professional training college offering a full range of accountancy and management courses, run by an experienced team of lecturers. We are the only accountancy college ever to win the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2006, we provide over 5,000 students from over 100 countries with a unique study experience: quality tuition at an affordable price, with flexible course options.
LCA specialize in the following courses:
Undergraduate courses from Anglia Ruskin University:
- BA(Hons) Applied Accounting
- BA(Hons) International Business Management
Postgraduate courses from Anglia Ruskin University:
- MBA International
- Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration
- MSc International Accounting
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF)
The London School of Business & Finance is a world-class business school. Have two campuses in London; well positioned and easily accessible locations in Holbon and Marble Arch, as well as a new LSBF campus in Manchester. LSBF also has a training partner based in the heart of Birmingham; Financial Business Training (FBT) and one campus in Toronto.
LSBF international locations will be launching very soon, with campuses in Singapore, Hong Kong, Geneva, Grenoble, Mumbai, Moscow, Almaty, Mexico City, Bogota City, Dublin and the list is growing!
As the destination of choice for a world-class education in business, finance and marketing, we specialize in delivering innovative, industry-focused degree programmes that reflect the modern global economy.
LSBF specialize in the following courses:
Undergraduate courses from University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
- Bachelor in International Business (BIB)
- BA (Hons) International Business
Postgraduate courses from the University of Wales, UK
- MSC in Marketing and Finance
- LLM in International Business Law
West George College in Glasgow
West George College, an independent college where its size, coupled with its friendly and caring approach means that no student gets lost in the crowd. Our courses are organized around a tutorial system with smaller groups and a student-centred approach, enabling tutors to engage directly with each individual.
West George College is a Centre approved by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and is also accredited by
- The Accreditation Service for International College (ASIC)
- The Institute of Administrative Management (IAM)
- The British Computer Society (BCS)
- Education Development International (EDI)
- The Confederation of Tourism & Hospitality (CTH)
- HND in Accounting
- HND in Business
- HND in Computing
- Diploma in Tourism Management
- Graduate Diploma in Management
- PGD in Management (ICM)
- PGD in Information Technology (BCS)
Study in the Canada:
London College of business and Finance (LSBF)
The London School of Business and Finance offers a 1st class opportunity to start or continue your professional studies.
LSBF is introducing the following program in Toronto, with more to come by the end of 2011:
Immigration to Canada
Canada, one of the largest and most beautiful countries in the world, it is the ideal place to live and work because of its quality of living, education, income levels, health care system and a relatively safe and clean environment. Canada has a highly developed economy and is the largest trading partner of the United States…read more Its unending coasts, vast forests, mountain ranges, lakes and expanses of prairies, have bestowed upon Canada an abundance of natural resources which is a major factor contributing to its prosperity.
The Canadian government welcomes immigrants from all parts of the world on a fair basis and without any discrimination whatsoever. Canada also allows its citizen to have a dual nationality thereby letting a person hold a Canadian passport as well as one issued by his country of origin. An underlying thread of multiculturism gives the Canadian society a unique flavor of its own.
All Canadian citizens have the right to universal health care, social services and free primary and secondary school education A 1997 survey of people in 20 countries found that the majority placed Canada on top of a list of the ten countries where they would like to live. Most consider Canada a generous, peaceful and compassionate nation, while they see Canadians as honest, friendly and polite.
Economic prosperity, ethnic diversity, affordable housing, world-class transportation and Communication at reasonable costs, high educational and health care standards, added to economic stability and democratic elected regime makes Canada the perfect country to set up a business, to settle a family and to plan a future. Canada has a long tradition of welcoming immigrants. (It has received over 200 000 immigrants per year).
At Allison's we help you not only in applying for immigration but also in resettlement so that your transition process is smooth. All Allison's clients are familiarized with Canada's laws, social structure, climate, geography, living and working standards as well as other aspects of Canadian life before they depart for Canada.
Canada is a peaceful Country with a politically stable democracy. Canada with its official policy of multiculturalism encourages immigrants to preserve their cultural values, language and religion. Canada is the 7th largest economic powerhouse in the world... read more
- Canada is a world leader in technology.
- Canada is world renowned for its peace keeping forces seen around the world.
- Canadian citizens & new comers to Canada enjoy universal free health care.
- Canada offers free primary & secondary school education.
- Social Security & Guaranteed Old Age Security Plan for its entire people.
- Canada boasts some of the best universities in the world.
- Of safe and clean neighborhoods.
- Of market based free enterprise economy.
- Canada is bilingual - English & French
Immigration Regulations at a Glance
Do I qualify for immigration to Canada? Which class should I apply under?
What conditions do I need to satisfy? How long does it take to process a visa?
Essentially, there are three main ways to immigrate to Canada. You can apply under one of three permanent residence classes:
- Federal Skilled Worker
Our services for Canada include:
- Independent Applicants (professional & skilled)
- Family Sponsorships
- Business Class (investors, entrepreneurs, self-employed)
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How many people will be granted the right of permanent residence in Canada this year?
- How do I find out if I am eligible to apply?
- How long does it take to get a permanent residence visa to immigrate to Canada?
- What are the current pass marks for the various different visa classes?
- Once approved, how long before I must move?
- Will the immigration authorities or Embassy help me to prepare my application and make sure that everything is correct before applying?
- Can the immigration authorities refuse my application?
- My Migration Agent has assessed me as being eligible for residence in Canada. If I apply without his or her help, can I be certain of success?
- What is a permanent resident or landed immigrant?
- When I migrate, will I lose my current passport?
How many people will be granted the right of permanent residence in Canada this year?
Citizen and Immigration Canada's commitment is to admit new permanent residents in 2007 within a target range of 240,000 and 265,000 admissions.
How long does it take to get permanent residence in Canada?
As a general rule however, it takes most applicants 6 to 8 months (sometimes upto 12 months - including the time required to prepare the application and qualification recognition before lodgment) to receive a decision on their visa application under Federal Skilled Worker Category.
Once approved, how long before I must move to Canada?
Your arrival must be within one year from the date of your medical tests.
Will the Canadian immigration authorities or Embassy help me to prepare my application and make sure that everything is correct before applying?
No. This type of service is no longer provided by Government. The authorities exist to enforce the immigration law, rule on residence applications and to issue residence visas. Although basic information and applications forms are available, the authorities are unable to provide independent advice and personalized guidance on your specific case.
Can the immigration authorities refuse my application?
Yes. Many applicants are unaware how strictly the immigration regulations are enforced and are unnecessarily refused or delayed due to technical errors on their application or by submitting the wrong supporting documentation. It is therefore suggested to seek the professional guidance and independent advice of a migration consultant before lodging an application for residence. Consultants exist to help you find the best way through the immigration maze and are highly effective at doing so.
My Migration Consultant has assessed me as being eligible for residence in Canada. If I apply without his or her help, can I be sure of success?
No. Although you may fundamentally qualify under Canada's immigration policy, you are by no means guaranteed of success. Your application must be prepared in accordance with the prevailing immigration regulations and submitted together with the appropriate supporting documentation in order to be approved by the Canadian Department of Immigration. The ways in which to do this are not always clearly set out by the immigration authorities and result in many applicants presenting their cases incorrectly, inevitably leading to refusal.
What is a permanent resident or landed immigrant?
Essentially, it is a right affixed into your passport granting you the permanent right to live and work in Canada. You are eligible for government-subsidised medical care immediately (except in Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland), but are not permitted to vote in Provincial or Federal elections. After three years, you can apply for citizenship, entitling you to a Canadian passport. Temporary residents (those on student and work visas) are generally not entitled to medical care or social welfare assistance. These persons are advised to take out private health insurance.
When I migrate to Canada, will I lose my current passport?
No, not necessarily. Firstly, you will enter as a permanent resident or landed immigrant which does not affect your current citizenship status. After three years of residence you can apply for Canadian citizenship (but this is not obligatory). The Canadian Government allows dual nationality (i.e. the holding of two passports), so you can retain your current passport and obtain a Canadian passport as well. Having said this, you must check that your own country of citizenship allows dual-nationality, as this right must be reciprocal. If not, you will need to surrender your other passport.
PAC operates an admission office for LCA-UK