Dr Rajan M Welukar
In a multiple choice and channel society of today with complex career challenges, management learning has emerged as the new saviour. The London School of Management Education (LSME) is a well thought out venture to meet the felt needs of the student population. Its Unique Selling Point (USP) is that, it has, over the years, emerged as one of the most learner friendly centres in UK offering a variety of curricula to its stakeholders.
The high standards it maintains in compliance with governing bodies’ rules, policies and procedures both in its admissions procedure and the delivery of high-quality teaching and learning with modern facilities are the other factors that motivate, enthuse and enhance learners’ achievement. LSME has an excellent academic reputation and attracts students from different parts of the world. This forward-looking institution of learning has the potential to emerge as one of the best providers of management education services in the 21st century.
Former Senior Adviser, Election Commission of India.
I have been watching the innovative educational strategies and approaches of the London School of Management Education with keen interest. Management education in a globalised world of the 21st century is facing multiple challenges as old outdated classical methods are falling apart with new focus on developing multitask, multi-skilled, composite and participatory learning.
I am happy that LSME has moved away from the past mindset by treating learners not as customers or consumers but partners while respecting their cognitive and competency needs.
Professor Mahim Mendis
When I worked closely with Dr Ravi Kumar as a member of the international team that steered the Commonwealth Youth Programme (CYP) administered by the Commonwealth Secretariat in London, what impressed me most was his passion and zeal to give leadership to empower young people around the world.
The more I knew Ravi, the more I was also hopeful in his capacity to provide scholarly leadership to evolve a set of core principles that enabled youth to shine in all their pursuits. With his rich cross cultural experience in working with academics and management practitioners from different countries, he was instrumental in establishing the London School of Management Education (LSME) stressing on concepts that help people to be locally relevant with a global imagination. I am not surprised in any way that LSME has within a short period of time captured the imagination of a heterogeneous community of management students and practitioners whose aspiration is to reach excellence in their chosen professions.
Professor Margaret Solomon
Professor Margaret Solomon, Professor, Educational Leadership, La Sierra University, California, USA.
The 21st Century academic world is speeding up its globalization efforts through various educational avenues. At such a time as this, London School of Management Education has taken up an innovative approach to providing academic knowledge, skills and processes in the fields of education, business, health and social care. This institution demonstrates high goals for quality education and provides a highly esteemed instructional program. It engages students at the local and international levels with local and global issues in their fields.
Students are challenged to develop innovative and creative solutions to problems and issues faced and apply them in their practice. I was greatly impressed by the spirit of inquiry and collaboration the leadership and the staff at this institution displayed. Wishes for its continued success and growth in empowering the millennial generation!
Former RQM, Pearson, UK.
Having worked with the LSME Senior Management Team to gain approval to deliver BTEC programmes their commitment to quality delivery and student welfare is unquestioned. The BTEC programmes offered by the School provide focused and specialist training, linked to professional body requirements and are particularly suitable for more mature learners.
who wish to follow a short programme of study directly related to an aspect of employment that they wish to move into. I am pleased that LSME continue to meet our high expectations through ongoing monitoring visits. Their results and retention of students is a testament to LSME not only in the delivery of the BTEC programmes but also the welfare and support given to students.