Fees and Funding

Tuition Fees for 2024/2025 Academic Year

Courses Course Duration Tuition Fees Term Start Dates
Introductory and advanced courses in the following areas:



Business Psychology

Business Law

Tax Law

IT in Finance

Business Analytics

Financial Journalism

Professional English


Professional Development

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2 weeks (16 hours)

1 month (32 hours)

2 months (64 hours)

4 months (128 hours)

6 months (192 hours)

12 months (576 hours)

18 months (864 hours)








20 Sep 2024

20 Jan 2025

20 May 2025

Professional qualifications:

Bookkeeping and Payroll

Accounting, Auditing and Taxation

Business Administration, Finance and Law

Business and Financial Journalism

Real Estate Economics, Finance and Investment

4 months (192 hours)

12 months (576 hours)



20 Sep 2024

20 Jan 2025

20 May 2025

International professional qualifications:






Total qualification length

5 years (13 terms)

3 years (9 terms)

8 months (2 terms)

2 years (6 terms)

12 months (3 terms)

£1,010 per term 20 Sep 2024

20 Jan 2025

20 May 2025

Dual professional qualifications*:

Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP)

* In partnerships with other Schools

5 months (240 hours) £1,450 20 Sep 2024

20 Jan 2025

20 May 2025

University preparation courses:

Business Management

Accounting and Finance

Law and Legal Studies

6 months (288 hours) £1,320 20 Sep 2024

20 Jan 2025

20 May 2025

* The fees are inclusive of VAT.

** Tuition fees are payable in full during registration; no instalments are available.

*** The above tuition fees relate to new students registering for the 2024/2025 session. The fees are subject to annual increases of up to 5% per annum or in line with inflation.


Funding Opportunities

Studies at London School of Finance and Law (LSFL) are usually self-funded or sponsored by the employer.

Our School recognises that professional education is a valuable investment in the future, contributing enormously both to personal career development and to global economic growth. To help our existing or prospective students start and advance their careers in finance or tax law, the LSFL Financial Education for the Future Foundation, which was established in 2020, offers various grants towards LSFL tuition fees:

    • Merit-based grants
    • Need-based grants
    • LSFL Regional Support Fund grants
    • LSFL Equal Access to Education Fund grants
    • LSFL Youth Mobility Fund grants
    • LSFL Alumni Fund grants
    • Grants for Student Ambassadors

Tuition funding opportunities may be limited to a certain extent each year, and grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis. Therefore, we advise you apply for tuition funding well in advance – ideally, three or four months prior to your enrollment in an LSFL course.

Grant application deadlines:

For Term 1 (September start): 30 June

For Term 2 (January start): 31 October

For Term 3 (May start): 28 February

Late applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.

Learn more about funding opportunities at LSFL

Other Funding

Research Grants

The LSFL Centre for Research in International Finance and Law has an annual scholarship fund of up to £3,000 (awarded competitively) for independent researchers who publish their finance-related research with our School. The submitted work can be in the form of a research report or a journal article. More information on LSFL research and research funding can be found here.

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