The London Academy Business School has said it is partnering with the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom, to eliminate the delay experienced by admission seekers.
Announcing this development in a statement, the school said that the transnational education agreement was a significant step forward for LABS as it now offered a range of degree programs accredited by the reputable UK-based University.
The statement said that LABS and the University of Sunderland partnership represented a momentous step forward for both institutions.
The statement read in parts, “LABS is now equipped to deliver an unparalleled educational experience, enriched by the academic excellence and global reputation of the University of Sunderland. Students do not need the Joint Admission Matriculation Board examination result to be a part of all our programs. One major objective of this partnership is to open up access to students to higher education post-high school, hereby eliminating the wait time JAMB requires with its rigid admission requirements,” the statement said.
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