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Enrolment Form | ACCA Part-time Courses 2011/12
Please make sure that you complete all sections of this application form clearly in black or blue ink and block capitals and return by Post/ Fax/ Email to: LSBF, Admissions, 9 Holborn, London, EC1N 2LL, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 207 823 2303, Fax: +44 (0) 207 8232302, Email: admissions@lsbf.org.uk Please note that an English translation should accompany all non-English documents. For further up-to-date information about the application process please refer to www.lsbf.org.uk/students/apply.html Student Details Title: * Mr  Ms  Mrs  Miss  Other  (please specify)...................................................................................................................... Surname: *....................................................................................................... First Name:*....................................................................... Home address:*............................................................................................................……........................................................................ City:* …………………...........................................Country: *.................................................................... Postcode: ................................ Correspondence Address:* (if different from home address)…....................................................................................................................... City:* …………………...........................................Country:*..................................................................... Postcode: ................................ Date of Birth* (day/month/year).............../…….........../…….......... Nationality:* ………................................................................................. Telephone: Home*...................................................Work*............................................................Mobile*.................................................. Email address:* (Please complete in block capitals) *mandatory fields

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You must register with the ACCA. For the paper-based exam sessions, the deadlines are: 31st Dec (June Exam) & 15th Aug (December Exam).

If you are a NEW student and have studied in the UK before, please state your previous course of study and the name of institution:

ACCA registration number: .............................................................. Exam sitting: (tick as appropriate):
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June 12 

IMPORTANT: It is your responsibility to complete your ACCA registration requirements and enter yourself for the ACCA examinations.

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We authorise London School of Business & Finance to invoice us for the fees due in respect of the courses applied for by the student named above. We accept responsibility for the fees due in all circumstances including termination of employment and cancellation of enrolment.

Company Name: .......................................................................................................................................................................................... Manager’s Name: .........................................................................................Authorised Signature: ………………………………………... Position Held in Company: …………….…………………………………… Tel: ………….……………………Fax: …..……………………… Work address:…………………………………………………………............................................................................................................... City:* …………………...........................................Country:*..................................................................... Postcode: ................................ Email address:…………………………..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Address for Invoicing (if different to the employer‟s address above) Contact Name................................................................................................................................................................................................. Address:…………………………………………………………......................................................................................................................... City: …………………............................................Country: ......................................................................Postcode: ................................. Data Protection Act:  We reserve the right to inform your sponsor of your progress, if requested. Do you have any medical conditions (including pregnancy) which may affect your attendance on the course and the taking of examinations? □Yes □No page 1 of 5

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Please specify which papers you are taking.
COURSE TAKEN Exam Date (Course Commencement Date)

CBEs are available for papers F1, F2 & F3 only PART TIME TUITION COURSE June-12 (Feb-12) Evening Weekend Blended Learning Course* Evening + Online N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Standard REVISION COURSE June-12 (May-12) Weekend QB Mock June-12 (May-12) Evening N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90  £90

Study option FOUNDATION IN ACCOUNTANCY (FIA) FAB (Accountant in Business) FMA (Management Accounting) FFA (Financial Accounting) KNOWLEDGE F1 Accountant in Business F2 Management Accounting F3 Financial Accounting (INT) SKILLS F4 Corporate and Business Law (Eng) F5 Performance Management F6 Taxation F7 Financial Reporting (INT) F8 Audit & Assurance F9 Financial Management ESSENTIALS P1 Governance, Risk & Ethics P2 Corporate Reporting P3 Business Analysis OPTIONS P4 Advanced Financial Management P5 Advanced Performance Management P6 Advanced Taxation P7 Advanced Audit & Assurance

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N/A N/A N/A Subjects (tick as appropriate) N/A N/A

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Compete 1st Class* Packages
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

No of subjects 6

Total Fee £3,100 £4,600 £6,100 £7,100 Feb-12    

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Deposit £2,780 £2,160 £2,740 £3,075 Aug-12    

Top quality ACCA study materials and exam kits LSBF lecture notes Mock exams and marking Free online resources – recorded lectures, lecture notes, questions with feedback Pass First Time Guarantee ™ Free Additional certificates (see below)

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Packages (Compete 1st Class) Terms and Conditions:
1. 2. 3. When choosing a package, please specify which subjects you are taking during the 1st semester. No other offer may be used in conjunction with a Programme Package. Students enrolling on a Compete Package can take advantage of special pricing and added-value services. No partial refunds or transfers of unutilised package elements are permitted. A Compete Package does not include revision sessions. For the avoidance of doubt, students will only be eligible to benefit from general tuition at the School. London School of Business & Finance is a trading name of Interactive Pro Ltd. Tuition is provided by Interactive Pro Ltd. Materials are supplied by Interactive World Wide Limited and are included in our prices. Interactive Pro Limited acts as an agent in collecting such amounts. The materials will be made available to you during your course. Standard course materials include study text, revision kit, revision card, study notes, solutions to exercises and revision tests. Re-sit materials include revision kit, revision card, study notes and one test. All amounts quoted are inclusive of VAT where applicable.

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Terms and Conditions*
Students‟ attention is particularly drawn to this section, as registration on the course constitutes full and irrevocable acceptance of the terms and conditions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. To book a place on a course, the full fee or a minimum deposit of 50% of the total course cost is required. All deposits received are for the sole purpose of reserving a course place and are nonrefundable, save as provided otherwise in these Terms and Conditions. All applications for a refund must be made at least 15 days before the commencement date of the course (as detailed on the Letter of Acceptance). A charge of £50 will be made to students for all dishonoured payments. The School reserves the right to report offenders to ACCA. The School reserves the right to dismiss any student at any time for non-payment of fees. No fees will be refunded for any student dismissed under this section. Fees are published separately for each semester and are payable by all students studying at the time unless they have paid full fees prior to the publication of the new fees. Paying a deposit does not prevent any fee increase being applied. Promotions and offers may have restricted eligibility requirements and may change from time to time. All fees exclude amounts payable to the professional body for student registration, exemptions and examination entries. Availability of the online resources cannot be guaranteed due to reasons beyond the School‟s control, including technical faults and limitations. London School of Business & Finance is a trading name of Interactive Pro Ltd. Tuition is provided by Interactive Pro Ltd. Materials are supplied by Interactive World Wide Limited and are included in our prices. Interactive Pro Limited acts as an agent in collecting such amounts. The materials will be made available to you during your course. Standard course materials include study text, revision kit, revision card, study notes, solutions to exercises and revision tests. Re-sit materials include revision kit, revision card, study notes and one test. All amounts quoted are inclusive of VAT where applicable. iPad2 is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Offer while stocks last, call for details. Students wishing to benefit from the iPad2 offer may use their credit for courses in subsequent semesters (maximum validity period: 36 months). Tuition and revision course need not correlate with each other. Students eligible for a free iPad under this offer can collect it free of charge at any LSBF campus in the UK (London, Birmingham, Manchester) by prior appointment or alternatively have it shipped to them for a P&P charge of £25 (UK) / £35 (EU) / £50 (Rest of the world). Any duties, customs charges and taxes associated with receiving the iPad shall be the sole responsibility of the student. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping. There is no cash alternative and students not able to pick up in person and not interested to P&P charge will waive their eligibility under this offer. iPad is a trademark.

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Terms and Conditions of LSBF Pass 1st Time Guarantee™
1. LSBF Pass 1st Time Guarantee ensures that in the event of failure in the paper, you will be able to attend a „FREE revision course‟ at the next sitting at no extra cost. Part time students will be eligible for a revision class for the next semester; and, where applicable, a free QB class. For full time students to be eligible for the Pass 1st Time Guarantee (i.e. an entitlement to a free re-sit course for the next semester), students must: a) Attend 90% of the tuition classes; b) Attend 100% of the revision classes; c) Pass the mock test conducted by LSBF; d) Pay all course fees in full prior to sitting the first examination; e) Attempt the real exam; f) In the event of failure provide proof of that failure on the application for the retake course; g) Claim the re-sit course under the Guarantee within one month of the results being published; and h) Attend the re-sit course/class at the next examination sitting. Students must comply with the above requirements. For the avoidance of doubt, students who do not comply with any one of the above requirements will NOT be eligible to take advantage of the Pass 1st Time Guarantee. Students‟ attention is particularly drawn to the following: a) The re-sit course must be attended at the next examination sitting. After that point the Pass Guarantee will lapse. Students will not be able to take advantage of the Pass Guarantee after the next examination sitting. b) The Pass Guarantee is not transferrable. c) The Pass Guarantee only applies to paid courses and once only in respect of each paid course; students cannot claim the Pass Guarantee for a re-sit course. d) The Pass Guarantee offers a free re-sit course. e) The Pass Guarantee offers a free re-sit course, but does not cover Visa renewals, for which a separate fee will be charged. International students who would want to take advantage of the Pass Guarantee and will require a visa renewal will need to pay a separate fee for their visa renewal. The fee will be equivalent to the then current yearly tuition fees for the course of studies they follow (ACCA/CIMA).

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Terms and Conditions of LSBF Pass First Time or Your Money Back Guarantee™
1. The Guarantee entitles qualifying students for a refund of fees actually paid for the qualifying course(s). No other benefits or compensation is provided. To benefit from the Guarantee, students must comply with the procedures set out below. Eligibility: to be eligible for the Pass First Time or Your Money Back Guarantee™, students must: a) Purchase the Ultimate Confidence Booster™ (normally £50 per paper in addition to the regular course fees) at the point of booking their courses or package; b) book tuition and revision courses together or tuition, revision and QBD courses together for the same paper; c) Attempt no more than 3 exam paper per exam sitting; and either Students who book tuition and revision courses, must: a) Attend 100% of the tuition and revision classes; b) Log-in to the InterActive platform and watch the tuition videos; c) Attempt and score at least 75% on all Quick Tests on the InterActive platform; and d) Pass the mock exam conducted by LSBF with at least 55%. Or Students who book tuition, revision and/or QBD courses must: a) Attend 100% of the tuition, revision and QBD classes booked; b) Log-in to the InterActive platform and watch the tuition videos; c) Attempt and score at least 75% on all Quick Tests on the InterActive platform; and d) Pass the mock exam conducted by LSBF with a at least 55%. All course fees (including the Ultimate Confidence Booster™ fee) must be paid in full before the examinations. Students must attempt the real exam. In the event of failure students must provide proof of that failure on their application for refund. Applications for refund under the Guarantee must be made on the application form that can be obtained from the LSBF Student Support office. Claims under the Guarantee must be received by LSBF within one month after exam results being released. After that point the Guarantee will lapse. Refund payments issued under the Guarantee will be made using the original form of payment and back to the original payee only. Payments will be issued within 28 days of the receipt of a complete application made under the Guarantee.

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Methods of payment and enrolment information Please quote your name and student number as your reference when making a payment via both transfer and/or cheque. If you do not have a student number, please contact your consultant who will be able to provide you with it.
Services provided under the name of London School of Business & Finance are provided by London School of Business & Finance (UK) Ltd and Interactive Pro Ltd. Materials are supplied by Interactive World Wide Limited and are included in our prices. Interactive Pro Ltd acts as an agent in collecting such amounts. The materials will be made available to you on during your course. Standard course materials include study text, kit, passcard, study notes, solutions to exercises, tests and revision notes. Re-sit materials include kit, passcard, revision notes and one test. All amounts quoted are inclusive of VAT where applicable.

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