In the recent times, the educational market has advanced significantly, where technological platforms and hybrid teaching support with flexible study mode has become the key to success. Regional Access Points are built around the concept of blended learning, a structured study option that uses a combination of support elements from the academic team of School of Business London and its partners. School of Business London has built Regional Access Points (RAP) network globally which removes boundaries to the education and enables us to provide our qualifications across the world. We are an IT-driven education establishment, and we rely on a comprehensive quality control process which is managed by our qualified and experienced academic and admin team at SBL.
Regional Access Points (RAP) are authorised to promote and recruit learners for the courses delivered by School of Business London except for CMI courses. Regional Access Points are not authorised to promote CMI programs offered by School of Business London. RAP act as a representative of SBL for initial face-to-face contact and document collection from prospective students, and to provide all required information to all potential students, staff members and other stakeholders accurately and transparently. Every Reginal Access Points (RAP) goes through a rigorous quality check and undergoes a probation period of six months.