Discussion: Case of Non Refund of Tuition Fees by LSBF

London School of Business & Finance offers industry-focused programmes designed to reflect global market trends. LSBF attracts the most talented and ambitious candidates from more than 150 countries worldwide, and works together with its corporate partners to develop programmes structured with an up-to-date and international perspective in mind. Many students facing Problems with LSBF.  Here we are Staring Discussion forum of the students which will surely helpful for students and  LSBF.  LSBF is one of the reputed Institute. here students start your discussion whatever difficulties you are facing with you. that will surely helpful for others. Case of Non Refund of Tuition Fees by LSBF

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  • Aqeel Rehman
    Posted September 22, 2014 8:11 am

    I had gotten admission in lsbf. My student id was A4038153. I could not travel to U.K because medically i was suffered into hepatitis C. I had submitted my medical reports to lsbf but they denied to refund. What i do now. I cannot do any thing because medical i have became very weak. I am also very poor by financially. do you have any solution of my problem.

  • Emili Nikoleta Neman
    Posted September 22, 2014 8:12 am

    HOW TO GET REFUND FROM LSBF (E.G. IF YOU DID NOT GET UK VISA)
    Dear friend,
    LSBF is truly awful institution. I will give you a piece of advice if you want to take it. Send them an official letter, registered and traceable from your home country. Template is as below:
    ……………………………………………………………………………………
    The Student Fees Committee
    London School of Business & Finance
    9 Holborn
    London
    EC1N 2LL
    Mr Deepak J Patel
    Karachi
    PAKISTAN
    Dee_patel@yahoo.com
    +92 2136789344
    Date: 12th January, 2011
    Subject: Refund of Student Fees, Student Number: A3995602
    Dear Sir/ Madame,
    [u](1st Paragraph: Basics, explaining basics, which course you went for, how much you paid, dates, what exactly happened, be short and straight-to-the-point!)[/u]
    I applied for MSc Strategic Marketing course 27th July, 2010. I received Unconditional Offer 30th July, 2010. I paid full student fees of £7,290 and received the Confirmation of Enrolment Letter 14th August, 2010 which allowed me to apply for the UK Student Visa.
    [u](2nd Paragraph: Problem; explain what went wrong, why you are eligible for a refund, what actions you took, dates, Lsbf people names and/or titles should be mentioned!)[/u]
    Unfortunately, for unknown reasons UK Student Visa was not granted to me. According to LSBF terms and conditions, I have a right to get a refund. I phoned LSBF many times, explaining the situation and asking for a full refund, however I got back only £4,290 as your staff members told me that deposit of £3,000 is not refundable. 20th September, 2013 I contacted the Head of Financial Department and told him my situation, he promised me to proceed with the remaining refund which I have been waiting over three months now. I see no reasons for delaying the refund process.
    [u](3rd A Paragraph: Solving the problem; what exactly you want and how you want it to be achieved, be realistic!)[/u]
    To solve this problem, I want my deposit of £3,000 to be refunded by transfer to my bank account, details are as below:
    Account holder: Mr Deepak J Patel
    Bank: National Bank of Pakistan
    SWIFT / BIC: NBPAPKKA XXX
    (IBAN): NBPAPKKA 3842 4852 0904 6789
    [u](3rd B Paragraph: mentioning, what evidence you have, in case you are going to proceed, do not lie)[/u]
    Please bear in mind that I do currently hold all evidence of correspondence and telephone conversations with me.
    [u](4th Paragraph: Further actions; what actions you will take if they do not refund, mention various organisations you will go to, do not show emotion or threat!)[/u]
    I am looking forward to your reply and resolution to this problem. I will wait until 28th January, 2011 before contacting Pakistan Embassy in the UK for further help with proceeding with any legal actions. Also, my sister who is currently residing in the UK might act on my behalf and contact UK Consumer Protection Agency and Office of Fair Trading through her local Ombudsman in Croydon.
    [u]
    (5th Paragraph: Contact details; leave your contact details in order to contact you)[/u]
    If you need to contact me, please do so by the details provided above.
    Kind regards,
    Deepak J Patel
    ……………………………………………………………………………………
    Hope that helps!
    If you want to send me a modified version, I am more than happy to check before you send it off, free of charge (my email is emili.neman@gmail.com). I was in similar situation myself and I think it is unfair that these institutions make money in this way.
    Emili
    P.S. Personal info in the letter is changed for confidentiality and privacy reasons!

  • Aly Zaryan
    Posted September 22, 2014 8:13 am

    This is my story, Refund Accepted But Not Sent! It’s been 1 year now

  • Roopesh Lotlekar
    Posted September 22, 2014 8:13 am

    and all of this is just marketing and all they do is rob money from students

  • LSBF Team
    Posted September 22, 2014 2:29 pm

    Hello everyone,

    As this is a public forum, we would like to remind everyone that, at LSBF, we are always open for questions and willing to address any issues highlighted to us as soon as possible.

    If you have any questions or issues that you would like resolved, please feel free to send us an email on socialmedia@lsbf.org.uk (always quoting your student number) and we will flag it to the relevant team and endeavour to get the matter resolved as soon as possible.

    In case you are unhappy with any aspect of our services, we encourage you to let us know. There are feedback procedures in place for current and prospective students. Both involve informal and formal stages – as well as the option to appeal for current students. All complaints are confidential and will be resolved as quickly as possible.

    To find out more about our complaints procedures, click here: http://www.lsbf.org.uk/students/student-complaints-policies-procedures.html

    Best regards,
    LSBF Social Media Team

    • Study Abroad
      Posted September 22, 2014 5:52 pm

      Thanks LSBF Team,

      Many students facing this problem and its very important for them to get information about education and fees structures.

      STUDY ABROAD LIFE TEAM.

  • aaron galanza
    Posted December 3, 2014 5:21 am

    I need to know how to get a refund, the school rejected my application but I already sent the down payment. they told me to get a refund but the process they told me only directs me to link that is inaccessible to my location. can you tell me how I could work on my refund

    • Study Abroad
      Posted December 3, 2014 5:30 am

      hello aaron galanza, Thanks for your posting on study abroad life.
      we appeal LSBF for your assistance and you will get proper guidance for problems you are facing with LSBF.

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