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Frequently Asked Questions

You will have approx. 10-12 hours of teaching time per week in your first year. In addition to this you will be doing group and self study.

You will be assessed in a variety of ways, including: group assignments and presentations, blog posts, written assignments, exams and in class tests.

Further information

70% male, 30% female

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.

Our graduates end up working in varied careers within the financial services sector. Many secure positions on graduate trainee schemes ranging from corporate, commercial, investment and retail, with some joining the ‘BIG 4’ professional services firms. Other sectors include wealth and asset management.

Visit UNISTATS to find out more about our employment statistics.

Yes. We have a dedicated Careers and Employability Services for students at our Lovat Lane campus which is committed to helping you succeed with your career goals. From career coaching and career management to CV and job interview tips; our one-to-one support can help you get ahead.

Yes. Information for International applicants can be found here or contact the Full-time Programmes Team for further information.

London offers an extensive metropolitan life-style that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. Our campus, located in the heart of the financial district, is surrounded by a plethora of history, culture and entertainment opportunities.

We continually look to enhance the student experience by working with our Student Representatives to identify areas for improvement and making the best possible experience for you. We have Student Societies that we provide funding and support for and social events from last year included pub quizzes, bowling outings, wine tasting, Winter Wonderland and the annual End of Year Student Party.

And due to our prominence within the financial services sector, you also have access to an extensive professional mentoring scheme to assist in the development of a strong network of connections.

Find out more about life at The London Institute of Banking & Finance.

We do not own any of our own accommodation but for the time you are studying with us we can help you find accommodation that perfectly meets your needs.

We have links with organisations who offer high quality, affordable student accommodation who will be only too pleased to help you with your search.

Find out more about accommodation and life at The London Institute of Banking & Finance.

Our tuition fees are £9,250.00 per year for UK/EU students. UK students can apply for a maintenance loan and tuition fee loan with Student Finance England. EU students may also be able to obtain support. EU/International student fees to £13,000.00. 

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