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We Provide Work Experience Placement for our Students and much more!
The London Academy Business School offers students Work Experience opportunities in the field of their choice. This scheme has been developed to help students get the experience they require by working in their specialized field – so they may bridge the gap between theory and practice.
- We provide state-of-the-art Library facilities where data is processed into useful information
- We provide learning environment that brings you total comfort and peace of mind.
- We provide Internet Cafe where the world of information becomes a small place.
- Thousands of Jobs are made available to our students with our Job search facility
- Free CV and Career advice
- Pick up from the Airport on arrival to the UK
- Accommodation arranged for students
- LABS is centrally located for London Transport, British Rail and Dockland Light Railway.
- Shopping Complex, Royal Theatre and Cinema for your comfort.
What are you waiting for? Enrol Today and join us in making the world a better place.
We Work closely with different organizations that require High and Low Level Skills. The London Academy Business School provides advice on:
- Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP)
- Provides advice on how you can get the best job of your life base in the UK.
- Advice & Recommend the right Career that can get you the right jobs in the UK.
- UK Residence Permits – Changes to Immigration Practice
- Sectors Based Scheme
WORKING HOLIDAYMAKERS We also provide relevant advice and help you with guarantee Work Experience Placement
Sectors Based Scheme Work Permits (UK) has introduced a new low skilled work permit scheme, which commenced operation on 30 May 2003.
The Sectors Based Scheme (SBS) operates in the food manufacturing (fish processing, meat processing and mushroom processing) and hospitality (hotel and catering) sectors. In order to ensure that the Entry Clearance process works smoothly, it has been decided that the quota for Sectors Based Scheme from 30 May 2003 to 31 January 2004 will be released as follows:30 May 2003 – 7,500 for EU Accession Countries and 5,000 for Nationals of non EU Accession Countries 30 September 2003 – 3750 for Nationals of countries other than EU Accession Countries 30 November 2003 – 3750 for Nationals of countries other than EU Accession Countries.
The scheme operates in the same way as the existing work permit arrangements.
Permits are available where employers can show that they have been unable to recruit resident workers in certain posts, which are below NVQ level 3, but they are only be issued in respect of individual overseas employees aged 18-30. A full list of posts covered by the schemes is contained in the employer guidance notes.
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