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Data and reports on quality and standards at GSM London Ltd (operating as GSM London), from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
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GSM London Ltd (operating as GSM London)


Latest review

Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers): GSM London Ltd, September 2017
Judgements about standards and quality

The maintenance of the academic standards of awards offered on behalf of degree-awarding bodies and/or other awarding organisations meets UK expectations

The quality of student learning opportunities meets UK expectations

The quality of the information about learning opportunities meets UK expectations

The enhancement of student learning opportunities is commended

Report published March 2018
Important note

​In response to the findings highlighted in the Higher Education Review report, the provider published an action plan.

Previous review report


Greenwich School of Management changed its name to GSM London Ltd (operating as GSM London) in July 2015.

Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers) involves a full QAA review every four years, and an annual return and short monitoring visits between reviews.

We train staff and students from other providers to carry out the review and monitoring visits. They also make judgements on the provider's management of quality and standards, its commitment to the process of improving its systems, and the reliability of the information produced about its provision.

We are independent of government, universities and colleges and our findings and judgements are published here.

Status:  QAA subscriber, not publicly funded, without degree awarding powers