London School of Finance and Law offers online specialist courses for an annual subscription fee.
LSFL annual membership covers:
- a wide range of online courses with specialisations in Business Management, Finance, Tax Law, Financial Journalism, Professional English or Teaching Methodology
- access to study materials, tests and exams via a dedicated virtual learning environment (VLE)
- a balanced mix of online practice tests and tutor-marked assignments for each course
- online end-of-course assessments or exams
- electronic text books for selected courses
- electronic guides and practice books for exam revision
- access to online library databases to find specific resources for assignments
- biannual LSFL Magazine for educators in business management, finance and law
- access to My Taxes Plus – a smart tax calculator for more informed financial planning, scheduled for launch in autumn 2020
- an interactive course planner specifically designed to assist students in their learning journey and career progression
- career advice for those who are seeking to move into employment for the first time or to change to a new career area
- continuing professional development (CPD) courses for tax, accounting and finance practitioners as well as for business administrators managing professional service firms
- certificates of completion for successfully completed courses
LSFL annual membership fee for 2020 is £540.
Annual membership starts on the 1st date of the month when you register as an LSFL member and pay your membership fee.
It is up to you how many courses you will study while enjoying the benefits of LSFL annual membership. But please note that our members are allowed to study only one course at a time. Our policy is to help everyone successfully master new material and develop necessary professional skills in a chosen area, which requires exceptional focus and hard work. Therefore, we advise you to create a feasible annual study plan so that you can complete selected courses in due time to meet your career goals and employer’s expectations more effectively.