Kensington College of Business
KCB has the distinction of being one of the earliest independent sector Colleges to be recognised by the UK Government as a degree teaching institution. Today KCB students are able to obtain funding for their courses from the Government for their degree and HNC/HND courses if they fulfil the qualifying criteria.
Listed Bodies Act by Act of Parliament in 1998 by what was then called the Department for Education & Science with approval continuing for over 14 years shown by the current listing on the DBIS website.
The College has been approved with the highest ranking possible by the UK Government’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. The QAA review system focuses on the student experience, which obviously includes the quality of teaching. The College is fortunate to have highly qualified teaching staff, most of whom have also had significant experience as professional practitioners. This is a key strength highlighted by the approval process of our university partners. Several of the staff are also, or have been, examiners at other universities.
KCB’s Campus in the UK is located in Oxford Circus, which is in the heart of London’s famous shopping and entertainment district (the West End), and in close proximity to the financial district of the City of London. KCB is within a short distance of key legal institutions, notably the Royal Courts of Justice, the Supreme Court, Inns of Court, leading law firms and barrister chambers.
Due to the central location of KCB’s campus, it is possible for our students to travel from all parts of London and its suburbs. This is a very important advantage for our students, giving the possible requirement of finding suitable accommodation in a particular area of London or one of its suburbs due to personal issues such as work, living with relatives and/ or friends, etc.
The transport network in London is good and affordable
The average fees to study in the United Kingdom is of £9,250 (per annum)
international tuition fees /International Fees can be up to £13,240.
International bursaries/scholarship can range from £980-£5000, and all non-UK or non-EEA students will be eligible to receive this. The help you receive and the amount will vary depending on the course you are studying.
The minimum entry requirements are English requirements of 72-96 UCAS points (or above), likewise the English language requirements GSCE English (previous grade C or above, or IELTS 6.0 with no components less than 5.5 in each band or equivalent.
There are numerous amounts of intakes throughout the year depending on university or course. The main intakes include September/October, December/January/February.
- Business Economics and Business Finance MSc
- Business Economics and International Relations MSc
- Business Economics and Marketing MSc
- Business Economics and Risk Management MSc
- Business Intelligence Systems and Data Mining MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
- Business Management in Sport MSc
- Business Management in the Creative Industries MSc
- Business of Motorsport MA (Distance Leaning)
- Global MBA
- Business Analytics and Consultancy MSc – Postgraduate
- Business and Organisational Strategy MSc – Postgraduate
- Management MSc – Postgraduate
- Manufacturing Management MSc – Postgraduate
- Marketing MSc – Postgraduate
- Master of Business Administration Postgraduate
- International Business Management with Project Management MSc
- International Finance and Investment MSc
- MSc Forensic Audit and Accounting
- MSc Professional Accounting (with ACCA tuition)
- MSc Finance and Investment
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
- Finance and Investment Banking with Placement Year MSc – Postgraduate
- MSc Accounting and Finance
- MSc Accounting and Financial Management
- MSc Financial Economics and Accounting
- MSc International Accounting and Banking