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Life at LIBF

Student Life at The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF)


Our London campus is perfectly positioned in the heart of the Square Mile. Our prime city location and professional environment offers a unique atmosphere that connects you with future employers - situated near Monument in the heart of London's financial district, we are surrounded by many of the world's leading financial institutions.

Covering five floors, the campus includes classrooms equipped with the latest learning technology, computer rooms and student work and breakout areas.

The Henry Grunfeld Library and new Student Centre provide flexible spaces for individual and group study. Here you can catch up on the latest news and industry information and get advice on study and research.

There is also a Bloomberg Terminal that provides instant access to real-time market data, news and analysis.

We also have a second location just a two minute walk away in Monument Street where we hold a variety of events and lectures.


Get involved

At LIBF, there are plenty of activity groups, clubs and societies to get involved with - there's something for everyone. No matter what you are looking for, we are here to make sure you get the most out of your student experience.



Widening participation

Our STEPS (Support To Enhance Performance & Success) Programme has been designed to help students from under-represented backgrounds, to minimise the barriers and boundaries they may face when studying to achieve their career ambitions. The STEPS Programme includes:

  • an invitation to a pre-enrolment day to meet key staff members to specifically help with the transition to higher education,
  • offer of a peer mentor (current student),
  • an allocated programme support officer for regular support meetings,
  • prioritisation for our nano placements in industry,
  • a more flexible timetable for those with a known disability, carer or a mature learner and
  • monitoring of attendance and progress.


London life



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