Which LCCI international qualification?

Would you like to achieve an international qualification recognized by employers, universities and professional bodies in UK? London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) international qualifications are taken in over 80 countries and over 500,000 are awarded across the globe.

The examinations assess the professional knowledge of the subject and are tested in English. Candidates for whom English is not their first language, the required level of English ability can be found in each syllabus. The qualifications are available as single subjects or diplomas and group certificates and are available at different level across the following subject areas:

English Language

LCCI English Language exams range includes English for Business (EFB), English Language Skills Assessment (ELSA), JETSET and Spoken English for Industry and Commerce (SEFIC) are aligned to the Common European Framework (CEF) and used worldwide by employers and universities as evidence of language proficiency.

Financial and Quantitative - including computerised accounting

The Financial and Quantitative qualifications, which are widely recognised by employers and professional bodies, include Financial Accounting, Book-keeping, Management and Cost Accounting and Business Statistics.

Computerised Accounting skill develops candidates’ ability to manage a computerised accounting system in order to provide management information. This qualification is suitable for candidates who work or intend to work in an advanced accounting role.

Marketing and Customer Service and Business, Administration and IT

Marketing, Public Relations, Contact Centre Skills and Business Administration qualifications offer a broad and interesting range of career opportunities.

Categories of LCCI Diplomas

Diplomas are a combination of subjects in related fields that create a comprehensive demonstration of ability, skills and knowledge in a specific subject area.

Categories of LCCI diplomas are :


Candidates are required to complete a minimum of three subjects at Level 3 within 3 months.


Candidates are required to complete a given number of subjects at any level within 24 months. 

Diploma claims must be made within 12 months of your last exam dates.