You’ll study three modules per term in your first year with LIBF. Each module has a virtual learning environment (VLE) and will consist of weekly introductory material.
The material could be a mix of pre-recorded videos, quizzes, articles to read, or a reading from your core text. These should be completed before you attend the lecture.
Your lectures will take place on campus, covering the week’s topic as well as offering a question and answer session to promote discussion. You’ll then attend a seminar to consolidate your learning through activities and group work.
When you’re not in class, you can use our facilities to socialise, catch up with some independent studying or speak with staff and academics.
Our students run several societies – covering everything from football to politics. If you don’t find one that suits you, we’ll support you to create your own!
We also host social events for our students, and give you membership to International Student House (ISH) so you can meet students from universities across London. ISH is a great place to socialise and they regularly
organise fun trips, days out and more.
You’ll be supported by your academic tutor, the Library team, Student Support and our onsite counsellor who is available two days a week during term time. Our Careers and Employability team offer drop-in sessions and host events where you can hear
from established members of the financial community.Watch our student webinar
Find out more about our drop-in sessions