London School of Marketing explores new opportunities in Zimbabwe with True Corporate Business Solutions

London School of Marketing explores new opportunities in Zimbabwe with True Corporate Business Solutions
Published: 19 May 2017 (168 Views)
True Corporate Business Solutions (TCBS) is a premier training and consulting organisation dedicated to maximising human potential while building relationships that foster growth and value added professional services to all stakeholders.  The company aims to provide student development and organisational effectiveness by providing high quality training programmes.  It is dedicated to maximising human potential at all levels ensuring that training conveys relevant and useful information that inform participants and develop skills and behaviours that can be transferred back to the work place.

TCBS builds strategic alliances with like-minded and dedicated organisations with the ultimate goal of helping clients reach their inherent, yet untapped potential.

True to its aims in aiding student development, TCBS recently formed a partnership with London School of Marketing (LSM), to become the School's Recognised Business Partner (RBP) in Zimbabwe. In partnership with LSM, True Corporate Business Solutions offers accredited undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Top Up, Pathway and Full Degree formats via blended learning.

BA (Hons) in Business Management, BSc (Hons) International Accounting, MA in Human Resource Management, MSc in Accounting and Finance, Master of Business Administration, LLM International Commercial Law and MA in Education, are a few choices available to students who enrol through TCBS.

Students will be awarded an accredited UK degree certificate from the University of Northampton and the University of Bedfordshire, depending on the chosen course, once they have successfully completed and passed all modules. So, students residing in Zimbabwe can easily secure a well-recognised British degree at the comfort of their own home, and in turn receive the valuable opportunity to attend their graduation ceremony in the UK, alongside fellow university colleagues.

As a Recognised Business Partner of LSM, TCBS provides students with the infrastructure and resources necessary to support the teaching and learning by means of a well-equipped a computer lab with the fast internet facilities. In addition, they provide academic advice to help them choose the course that best suit their needs, as well as offering social and financial advice to help them succeed.

Chief Marketing Officer at London School of Marketing, Anton Dominique, shares his views about the new partnership; "We have already educated over 3000 students residing in Africa, so we have no doubt that our new partnership with True Corporate Business Solutions will be a massive success in Zimbabwe. We offer flexibility, convenience and affordability to international students who wish to secure a British degree without having to travel to the UK, and we always deliver as promised."

Commenting on the partnership, Rumbidzai Mastara, Director at True Corporate Business Solutions said, "This collaboration is in line with our mission to advance and promote talent development for our economies. With this collaboration, more individuals will have the opportunity to fulfil their aspirations and contribute their skills and talents to the economy."

To find out more about the courses offered by True Corporate Business Solutions, please contact (designation to be included) Cuthbert Munhupedzi on +263 78 270 6996 or +263 04 332523.

- Agencies

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