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LDS Business College

LDSBC President's Report

When students embrace and experience subject matter immersion, they don’t want to learn any other way.

LDSBC has graduates from many countries around the world.

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Exciting changes are happening at LDS Business College in the way scholarships are blessing and changing student’s lives.

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LDS Business College

Learning the Global Industry

Asher was able to take what he learned in the Global Supply Chain program and go straight to work in his family’s import/export business in England.

Winston as a missionary poses in front of a painted wall.


Hope Restored

Continue his education or accept a mission call was the decision Winston had to make.

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Finishing Her Degree

BYU-Pathway has given Liz the opportunity to get her degree living in various countries around the world.

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Following His Leaders

Wanting to overcome difficulties in his life like the general authorities he read about, Batholomew found BYU-Pathway was the key.

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Returned Missionaries

Returned missionaries in Brazil and the Caribbean areas have taken advantage of reduced tution at BYU-Pathway.

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School News

Returning missionaries are preapproved to participate in PathwayConnect, and tuition has been reduced for online degree programs.

Seven BYU Engineering students in a Mongolian ger or tent house.


Warming Hearts and Gers

Mongolia has a massive air quality problem that poses a serious health risk, especially to children. Some engineering students tackled the life-and-death problem as part of their engineering Capstone project.