Global University Systems (GUS) owns and operates Europe’s largest networks of higher education institutions, with circa 60,000 students in six countries and global presence online.
The group features an international network of universities and specialised higher education colleges and on-line providers, as well as language, business and professional schools. It includes leading institutions such as GISMA Business school (Hannover & Berlin), The University of Europe located across three German cities, The University of Law, London School of Business and Finance, Arden University, Interactive Pro and Berlin School of Business and Innovation.
The group operates institutions and has business interests in Canada, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Singapore the UK and USA. GUS will soon be opening a brand new school of management in Toronto, Canada and has recently acquired the London College of Creative Media in the UK.
The London School of Business and Finance in Singapore (@LSBFSingapore) and The University of Law (@UniversityofLaw) announced today their partnership and the launch of three new postgraduate programmes in law.
The Language Gallery (@TheLanguageGall) has launched a range of new university pathway programmes designed to equip EU and international students with the English language and study skills required by UK university partners for their degree programmes.
London College of Creative Media (@lccmlondon) has again ranked top by overall student satisfaction amongst contemporary music institutions teaching music performance and music business in the National Student Survey (@nss_ipsos) 2021.
IBAT College Dublin, Ireland’s leading enterprise-focused third level institution, has successfully secured government funding to provide its Cyber Security for Managers course for free to people who are not working and looking for a different career path in Ireland. Potential students who are employed will have access to a 90% subsidy on the course.
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