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Reed Business School is a UK centre of excellence for professional qualification tuition, established in 1972. Specialising in ACCA, CIMA and ICAEW qualification provision, we boast pass rates far above the national average. And here’s why:
The ideal setting for exam preparation
A stunning converted 15th Century Manor house located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Reed Business School is situated in the picturesque village of Little Compton. The unique, relaxed atmosphere allows students to focus solely on preparing for and passing exams, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and usual distractions of a working environment.
Watch these quick videos to get an idea of what The Manor is like.
Personal tuition, focused on student needs
Carefully managed class sizes and excellent access to tutors mean our students receive the personal attention they often miss with larger providers. Experience has shown that through this level of personal attention, we can offer an unrivalled support system for students in their exam preparation.
Home away from home
Our facilities give delegates the option to stay residentially, and really make the most of the setting. Avoiding the demands of day to day domestic chores and the daily commute releases valuable time for additional study or relaxation. Residential courses also allow for social and networking opportunities with learners in the same situation.
At Reed Business School we never stop working – to make sure we give our students the best learning experience possible. We are now able to offer hybrid tuition in keeping with the high standards we’ve been running for over 45 years. It’s been a challenge, but our continuously high exam results show we’ve been doing well so far. We’ve successfully been utilising Microsoft Teams to meet the demands of remote training and business operations.
Reed Business School is the trading name of Reed Educational Trust Limited, a registered charity. The Trust’s objectives are to promote and provide for the advancement of education in accountancy or otherwise for the public benefit. This can take the form of donations to organisations that meet our objectives and bursaries to individuals towards course fees to help them obtain a professional qualification.