LCIBS Application Form
We look for passionate and committed students and encourage applications from students with a variety of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Every application to LCIBS is considered very carefully on its individual merits.
UNDERGRADUATE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
We have two routes of entry:
1. UCAS tariff points:
|Level||UCAS Tariff Points|
|BSc (Hons)||60 UCAS points and an Admissions Workshop|
|DipHE||48 UCAS points and an Admissions Workshop|
|CertHE||5 GCSE’s A*-C and an Admissions Workshop|
We also welcome applications from students who have studied (or are studying) the International Baccalaureate, Access to Higher Education diplomas, Higher National qualifications, BTECs, Scottish Highers, Cambridge Pre-U, Welsh Baccalaureate and equivalent non-UK qualification. You can calculate your UCAS points by visiting: www.ucas.com/tarriff-calculator
2. Work experience:
We welcome applications from students who have relevant work experience. Work experience can be used to partly or fully meet our entry criteria. Our Admissions Team are happy to advise you on required criteria: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please refer to our Admissions Policy.
We do things a little differently and part of this is how we assess your application. The crucial thing for us is that you have the potential to succeed and thrive on your chosen course, which is why we meet all our students as part of the application process. It helps us to identify your potential in different ways and find out more about you - beyond your predicted grades and personal statement.
HOW TO APPLY
We invite direct applications. Simply download our application form here.
In addition to completing the LCIBS application form you will also need to provide the following documents:
- Copy of valid passport/National ID
- Visa documentation (if applicable)
- Academic transcripts/mark sheets (translated to English if applicable)
- Evidence of English Language Qualification (if applicable)
- Personal Statement
- Copy of your National Insurance Number (NIN)
- Your CV
- Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)
- Proof of address (documentation should not be older than 3 months)
- Bank Statement/Funding Confirmation/Sponsorship Letter
Guidance can be found on our Admissions Checklist here.
Once you have completed your application form, please email it along with all accompanying documents directly to us: email@example.com
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
If your first language is not English you may need to complete an English language test, such as International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test or a Pearson English language test (PTE Academic), to demonstrate you have the language skills needed to complete your degree. All our courses are taught in English.
|Language Qualification||Score Required|
|IELTS||6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in any component|
|PTE Academic||A minimum of 56|
|LCIBS ELP Test||6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in any component|
English language requirement changes are subject to approval.
Applicants should contact the College directly regarding English language requirements when considering making an application.
If a student requires support achieving the required standard of English language skills, a range of English for University courses is offered free of charge. Find out more.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept students from outside of the EU to study on our undergraduate degrees in London. This is because we are not a Tier 4 visa sponsor. This may change in the future, so do keep up-to-date via our website: www.lcibs.co.uk
APPEALS AND COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
If on the rare occasion an applicant experiences a problem with the admissions process they should normally first raise the matter with the Admissions Manager by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. If an informal discussion does not resolve the situation satisfactorily, they should complete our Admissions Appeal Form.
For any queries please do email us on email@example.com