Fixth School of Business London (FSBL) strives to meet the demand for professionals in the increasingly complex business world. To satisfy this demand, we seek to prepare students for effective and profitable management roles in their choice of careers and offer a cultural experience that will aid them in being productive members of society.
The school is located in the heart of East London, less than 5 minutes walk from the Gants Hill tube station.


FSBL strives to position itself as a leading institution of higher education in delivering high-quality business online education that serves the evolving needs of diverse learners worldwide.

We are committed to preparing students from all over the world, especially from developing countries, so that they can have the UK qualification, accessible and affordable due to online provision, for a bright future in the business world as managers and entrepreneurs.


The mission of FSBL is to advance knowledge and educate students in business areas of scholarship that will best serve the world in the twenty-first century. In addition, we seek to develop in each learner of the School the ability and passion for working smartly and effectively to improve their lives with business education.

In order to achieve our vision and mission, we have set the following strategic goals.  

Strategic Goals

  • To ensure FSBL’s vision and mission are reflected and integrated into our online education to demonstrate our commitment to advancing knowledge and educating students in business studies.
  • To ensures quality and rigour in online academic programmes by adhering to UK Quality Code for higher education.
  • To appoint highly qualified and experienced faculty for online effective teaching and learning by the best practices.
  • To secure, develop and maintains strategic alliances and partnerships with awarding bodies and other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the UK and worldwide.
  • To endeavour to increase the highly demanded online courses to address the needs in the 21st century.