To gain admission to degree courses conducted at the London School of Commerce (LSC), the following documents are required:
- Completed application form duly signed by the applicant. Upon acceptance to a programme of studies at LSC Malta, the signed application form, including the Terms and Conditions therein, will be deemed to constitute an agreement between the student and LSC Malta in conformity with the relevant Maltese legislation governing the rights and obligations of students and education service providers.
- Copies of relevant official educational certificates (translated and attested by an authorised representative or notary public).
- Minimum overall IELTS score of 6.0 with at least 5.5 in all other components or equivalent recognised qualification. IELTS requirements may vary from course to course. Please refer to the individual course guidelines for more information.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) in the case of mature applicants, with details of work experience.
- Details of two referees, of which at least one should be an academic referee.
As part of the application process, the London School of Commerce Malta will conduct interviews with each student.
In the first instance, prospective students will be interviewed by an Admissions Officer. The student will then be interviewed separately by a senior staff member to ensure their suitability for the course. Interviews will be carried out either in person, over the telephone, with Skype or with other verbal communication methods, where necessary.
Please Note: Receipt of application does not automatically guarantee a place on an LSC Malta course. LSC Malta reserves the right to decline the offer of a place if the candidate does not meet specified requirements at the time of application.
Country Specific Bursaries/Scholarships
The School offers bursaries/scholarships for students from certain countries from time to time. Please contact the School for further details.
Recognition of Prior Learning
As part of its commitment to widening participation LSC Malta has a Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (RPL) which is applied where students are:
- seeking entry based on non-standard qualification profiles; and/or
- seeking credit allowing exemption from modules, based on prior learning.
Please note that there is no charge for RPL but that anyone wishing to seek it should apply for RPL two months ahead of their programme start date as RPL is a rigorous process involving mapping and evaluation of prior experience and/or learning.
For a copy of the RPL policy and procedure and the application form to be used, please contact email@example.com
Confirmation of Admission/Fee Instalments
If you have received an offer of admission from London School of Commerce Malta, you are expected to confirm your acceptance by way of paying the tuition fee deposit within 28 days from the date of offer. Admission will not be confirmed if the deposit is not paid.
The balance of fees, after deduction of the deposit, can be paid in instalments as specified in the offer letter. The first instalment will be prior to the end of the first semester examinations/assignments and will continue every semester in the same manner.
Refund of tuition fees
The LSC Malta refund policy is as below:
- Fees will be refunded in full, if the student's application is declined by London School of Commerce Malta.
- In case of overseas students, if the student's visa is refused, there will be an administration charge of €250, deducted when this fee refund is paid.
- In the case of overseas students, once a student has obtained a visa, but does not commence the course, €1,650 of the initial deposit paid will not be refunded. Any deposits paid in excess of € 1,650 may be refunded at the sole discretion of the School.
- Once the student has commenced the course, fees will not be refunded.