College Governance


London School of Skills Development was incorporated as a Private Limited Company on 19 May 2016. The main aim of the School was to provide short courses for personal, professional and academic skills development to the individuals and institutions. After running the short skills courses successfully, the School was renamed London School of Social and Management Sciences on 14 May 2019. Apart from delivering the short skills courses, the School was to provide quality education and progression routes to the learners with diverse backgrounds by cutting the amount of time and money they spent on achieving a university degree.
The governance at London School of Social and Management Sciences (LSMS) facilitates informed decision-making in the overall interests of the institution. Key areas for governance input include strategic direction, resource acquisition and allocation, curricular and programmatic issues, student engagement, employability, and policy and procedures.

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