FAQs


  • 1. What kind of people is the MBA Programme aimed at?

The MBA programme is aimed at people who have gained some high-quality work experience, but who are at a relatively early stage in their career or for people who want to be successful in their future career. Therefore, the programme is suitable for people who want to increase their knowledge of business and management in order to:

  • • enhance their existing career and accelerate their promotion prospects;
  • • change career by changing function or industry;
  • • start their own business.


  • 2. Can I study the MBA part-time?

Yes. The MBA for executives is a part-time programme designed for those in full-time employment. Classes are run fortnightly on Fridays (6pm-21pm), Saturdays and Sundays (9am-5pm) during the MBA programme.

  • 3. How much does the MBA cost?

The fees for the different LSC programmes you will find in section Fees & Financing.

  • 4. How does the payment process work?

The first instalment needs to be paid before the start of the programme. You will be informed about deadlines for others instalments. These payments are non-refundable. All deadlines are subject to change on an annual basis.

  • 5. Can I pay in instalments?

Yes. You can pay your fees in a few easy instalments, depending on your programme.

  • 6. Do I need to have a TOEFL / IELTS / PTE / Gmat certificate?

English course certificate is not required for applying for the programmes, though you will need to possess an English proficiency equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.0.

  • 7. Can I re-apply for the programme?

Yes, anyone can reapply. However, you should take a look at your last application and check if you have made significant changes in your profile before submitting a new application.

  • 8. Who should I give as my referees?

We would like references from people who know you well. Don't just look for a well-known individual or the CEO of your company. We ask for:

  • 1. A reference from your current employer (if you do not want to use your line manager, a colleague or client is acceptable).

  • 2. A reference from someone who knows you in a professional capacity, such as a former employer, client or peer. Only choose someone who taught you at university if you have remained in close contact.


  • 9. Do I have to include my original transcript?

In order to present a complete application you need to submit a copy of your transcript. If you are offered a place to study on the Programme then you will be required to submit a hardcopy of your original transcript, or a copy that has been certified by a lawyer or Notary Public.

  • 10. If my transcript is not in English do I need to get it translated?

Yes. You need to provide a certified or notarised English translation.

  • 11. How do I send paper documents?

Supporting documents can be delivered personally to the LSC Office, by email to office@lsc.edu.rs or your LSC counsellor or sent via courier or registered mail to:

London School of Commerce, Belgrade
Španskih boraca 3
11000 Belgrade, Serbia

  • 12. What are the programme's objectives?

The principal objectives of MBA the London School of Commerce, Belgrade are:

  • • to help participants develop as leaders.
  • • to build participants' global business capabilities.
  • • to help participants, and therefore the organisations that employ them, to extend and enhance their managerial effectiveness.

The programme aims to achieve this by providing you with a strong foundation in the disciplines and functions of management and the opportunity for you to develop a broad range of knowledge and business skills. Through the elective portfolio, the programme provides you with the opportunity to follow areas of interest in depth.

  • 13. Who will be teaching on the programme?

The College is proud to have many distinguished professors from leading universities and educational institutions worldwide. They are eminent researchers and authors of business textbooks used extensively and many have taught at world-renowned Business Schools in Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa. Teaching staff from Serbia also have wide professional management experience which enables them to directly relate the academic material to the world of contemporary business.

  • 14. Does the teaching have a practical orientation?

As well as pursuing research in their own fields of interest, members of faculty also act as consultants and advisers to industry and government, and hold directorships in a range of organisations or in some cases help run their own businesses. These activities help to maintain the practical relevance of the School's teaching and research.

  • 15. Do I need to buy books?

We provide comprehensive course materials which is included in the tuition. Furthermore, you have an access to student portal with all materials needed for the programme. Over 70,000 academic journals are provided by LSC at the student portal. Besides this, you have the opportunity to rent books from the LSC Library.

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