Whether you want a corporate career, to be an entrepreneur, or to get into the creative industries, London has the environment and connections you need to thrive. Study business in a city with ore headquarters of international companies than any other European city, the biggest startup cluster on the continent, and a long-standing reputation as a global trendsetter.
London is officially the world’s most international city – over 300 languages are spoken here. The business landscape is just as international with more global companies headquartered here than anywhere else in Europe. London is a long-established leader in the financial and creative industries and has the most vibrant startup scene in Europe. London’s cultural diversity, proximity to Europe, and status as a global finical center makes it attractive to students seeking career opportunities across a wide range of industries and sectors.
Breakout areas for student collaboration and project work.
Bike parking spaces for students cycling to school.
Floors of a beautiful modern building in Georgian style.
Corporate guests welcomed on campus last year.
If you choose to rotate to London, you will be based in the heart of Europe's commercial capital, home to more multinational company headquarters than any other European city.
Of Europe’s top 500 companies are based in London.
Foreign banks have branches in London.
I took electives in London which suited my career plans. The city has given me so many opportunities to broaden my network, socially and professionally.
Italy, Class of 2013
Our London campus reflects the diversity of its host city and all that London and Europe have to offer are within easy reach.
During your Master of Finance in London, we aim to give you every opportunity to interact with people at the top of their professions. Legal & General, Barclays, and Lloyds Banking Group are just some of the 120 companies that have shared valuable business insights with our students on campus.
Studying at our London campus places you at the heart of the global economy. Your academic learning is underpinned throughout by a range of student societies focused on various areas of the sector. The Finance Club recently hosted Jim O’Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, at the campus and company visits have included the live trading floor of a global investment bank in Canary Wharf.
London has endless entertainment, cultural, and historical options to offer. Every cuisine under the sun can be found here, and the nightlife is internationally renowned. It is also home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks – Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, and Buckingham Palace. London has plenty of alternative options too, from the vintage shops of Portobello Road to the stalls of Camden Market and the bars of Shoreditch.
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