The University of Northampton

 We work in partnership with the University of Northampton to deliver undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Business, Accounting and Finance, and Law.

About the University of Northampton (UoN)

The University of Northampton has a long and distinguished history and today is a vibrant institution with over 14,000 students, from over 100 countries. Northampton is only an hour away from London via train. The area boasts some of the most beautiful countryside in England on your doorstep, so it is well worth paying a visit to the university while studying at the London School of Business and Management.

Top 50 UK University

The University of Northampton was ranked by the Guardian as a top 50 university in the UK for its Business, Management and Marketing courses in 2016, with over 90% of students being satisfied with their course (even surpassing Oxford, which was the number one ranked University for Management courses, on that particular measure). In 2014, the university performed well in the national university league tables, achieving Highest Climber in the Complete University Guide, climbing into the Top 50 of the Guardian University Guide and to 59th position in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014.  These achievements together with being shortlisted for The University of the Year Award and for Outstanding Business School of the Year Award in 2013 puts The University of Northampton as a leader in the sector in the UK.

Teaching, learning and assessment styles

Whilst studying at the London School of Business and Management on a University of Northampton course, students will experience a variety of teaching styles and methodologies. Our main focus is to develop students to think and work independently. Students learn how to research and source information, analyse and question ideas, think creatively, and construct logical arguments based on evidence to support conclusions.

Above all, we ensure that students learn how to apply their knowledge and solve problems in the real world. Students will have the opportunity to work in groups, deliver presentations, conduct research, write reports, use case studies, develop communication skills and exchange ideas and experiences with students from a variety of backgrounds and countries.


The University of Northampton was the UK's first AshokaU Changemaker Campus, and is currently the only one in England. Changemaker promotes social entrepreneurship, linking social needs to creative business ideas. It gives students the opportunity to work on social entrepreneurship projects here in the United Kingdom and further afield.

As such, students pursuing University of Northampton degree courses at the London School of Business and Management can benefit from participating in the University’s Changemaker programme.

You will learn to see how theories you are learning in the classroom can work in practice, and you will forge your own links in your chosen field of work. Participation in Changemaker also gives you that sense of commercial awareness which employers value so much and will help your employability.

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  • London School of Business and Management
  • 1 Malet Street, London, WC1E 7JN.