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London School of Marketing opens up a new office in Dubai

London, England (Real Wire, London) 13 February 2017

London School of Marketing (LSM), a pioneer in redefining global education, is the largest private marketing courses provider in the UK. The school offers British courses from a global perspective, removing boundaries to education throughout the world. LSM presents affordable and flexible programmes that enable students to further their education without compromising their job or family.

Having educated over 28,000 students since its inception, the school has decided to expand its operations and set up sales offices at key international strategic hubs. These offices will be mainly focussed on generating sales by effectively engaging with local partners and students. LSM will open its first sales office in Dubai, on 13th February 2017, to serve the Middle Eastern and North African market.

The school’s Academic Director, Dr David Holliman, will overlook all academic aspects of these offices and its Business Development Director, Mr Joseph Dominique, will manage the strategic operations.

Chief Marketing Officer at London School of Marketing, Mr. Anton Dominique, shares his views about the new office in Dubai. “I’m really pleased about how London School of Marketing has grown throughout the years. Our Middle Eastern market has expanded rapidly, so it was an obvious choice to open up a new office in Dubai to provide an even better service to our students.”

London School of Marketing’s state-of-the-art learning platform gives students the opportunity to study British courses from anywhere in the world, at their own pace, using their own style. However, with the increase in bogus schools and fake universities, the school wishes to provide assurance to its students through a local presence.

When asked why LSM decided to open a new office in Dubai, their Head of Marketing, Communications and Corporate Reputation, Gimhani Gunasinghe said, “We decided to open an office, given our success in the Middle Eastern market. Currently, we have educated over 5000 students from the Middle East and we want to strengthen our presence and build a close relationship with them”.

LSM’s accreditations express their commitment to the continuous enhancement of the quality of their offerings, delivering opportunity and peace of mind to their students.

The accreditations are in the following areas; Professional (Chartered Institute of Marketing, EduQual and Qualifi), Universities (Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Northampton) and Government listings (British Accreditation Council (BAC) and Listed Bodies Order – Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, UK Visas and Immigration). Their accreditations are proof of LSM’s assurance to meet the high standards enforced by the British educational authorities and demanded by the education industry.

For more information on LSM and its courses please visit http://www.londonschoolofmarketing.com or Gimhani Gunasinghe on corporateinfo@lseducationgroup.com