Student Contract Terms and Conditions


These conditions set the contractual relationship between London School of Management Education and students on our programmes of study. Once we have confirmed your acceptance of an offer of a place on a course at LSME, a contract is formed between you and the College on the basis of the information set out in your offer letter and the terms and conditions set out here and in your offer letter. Hence, you need to read this carefully prior to accepting an offer to ensure that you understand all the content and what it entails. Read More…


LSME has a Student Protection Plan which aims to address how continuation and quality of the educational provision will be maintained for our current and prospective students should there be a risk to their continued study. Although such risks are rare, the plan is intended to assure our students that we have suitable measures in place to protect their continuation on their respective programmes.

Some of the risks assessed include the loss of key personnel either permanently or temporarily which this could be planned or unplanned, not being able to deliver some of the intended programmes,if all or part of our campus is permanently closed, a loss or suspension of other regulatory approval and accreditation from regulatory bodies such as DfE, OfS, QAA if there are issues with partner organisations and if there is loss of key equipment or facility. For all these risks, we have formulated detailed mitigating actions that would be implemented in the rare or unlikely event that any of these risks develop.

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