While our programmes at London School of Marketing tend to be comparatively affordable given our low-overhead partnership with associated schools and universities, we are able to keep costs down even lower due to our investment in LAPs.
COO/CFO of the London School of Marketing
Anton Dominique is the COO/CFO of the London School of Marketing. Drawing upon ten years of experience within the marketing industry, he has taken the business from a small start-up, to a dominant player within the UK market, alongside the CEO. Following on from this initial success, in the past three years he has worked to develop new revenue channels and significantly improved the overall performance of the business.
30/01/2014 12:41 GMT
Not long after educational providers and students alike clocked on to the fast-rising and game-changing trend of free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) programmes, it quickly expanded to factor in the option of paid MOOCs, otherwise known as MOOC+.
24/12/2013 10:27 GMT
Though it is a comparatively new trend in the world of e-learning, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have fast become the subject of heated discussion. While some view this new means of learning as a way to offer education affordably to the masses, others claim that MOOCs are largely used by well educated students with means and, even among those students, are rarely completed.
28/11/2013 12:58 GMT
In an ever-changing technological age, acroynms and buzzwords abound. It seems every day there is a new trend to follow and new technology designed to change the world we live in. Among the latest is MOOC, otherwise known as Massive Open Online Courses.
29/10/2013 12:45 GMT
Recent reports that GCSEs and A-levels will be taken online within the next ten years have sparked an industry wide debate. David Hancock, chief executive of the Independent Association of Prep Schools, argued that an online model could replace the 'deeply flawed' system the UK has in place today.
30/09/2013 12:10 BST
Last month, England's university access watchdog reported on the drastic decline in the number of students enrolled in part-time education. Since then, national newspapers, popular blogs and student associations have all been buzzing about the potential impact this decline will have.
30/08/2013 12:29 BST