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Courses & Qualifications

Postgraduate

A Masters programme for future leaders delivered online or on campus, helping to prepare you for a competitive and uncertain environment.

Masters student

Designed in collaboration with the industry, our Masters programme provides real insight into today’s fast-moving financial services arena. You can tailor the programme to focus on topics that are most relevant to your career.



Frequently Asked Questions

All students can become an associate member of International Students House (ISH).Their bar, The Thirsty Scholar London, is located on 1 Park Crescent – a stone’s throw from Oxford Street and a short tube journey away from our campus. Membership gives you access to all the events run by ISH and to the Travel Club, who offer discounted trips to fantastic destinations around the UK, Europe and worldwide for groups of fellow independent travellers.

Yes. We have a dedicated Careers & Employability Service at our Lovat Lane campus who offer one-to-one support to students.


We will help you with everything – from putting your CV together and writing a cover letter writing, to help finding an internship or graduate position. We also host a series of face-to-face, online and campus events. 

We fund and support our Student Societies to organise social events, trips and the End of Year Student Party. And we work with student representatives to make sure you have the best possible time while you’re studying with us.

What’s more, London is one of the world’s most historic and vibrant cities, and an excellent place to live as a student. From our City campus you can easily reach:


  • the West End – well known for its shops and theatres
  • the Southbank, a cultural centre and home to Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Theatre, British Film Institute and the Tate Modern
  • Brick Lane – famous for its markets, bagels and curry houses
  • the Olympic Park – site of the 2012 Olympics, and great for walking, shopping and eating out.

And there’s so much more!

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