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Part of City, University of London, Sir John Cass Business School has been at the forefront of business education for over 50 years.
Our London home is the beating heart of a community spanning 160 countries. Its proximity to the Square Mile and Tech City offers unrivalled access to the best of global business intelligence and innovation. Cass students benefit from our contacts with numerous City firms, moving into positions in those firms every year.
Join Cass and become part of a growing and powerful global community to which you can add your own success story.
Cass Business School is among the global elite of business schools that hold the gold standard of ‘triple-crown’ accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). With over 50 years at the leading edge of research and business education, we attract some of the best academics, students and businesses worldwide into our exclusive Cass community.
Our faculty are knowledgeable in their respective fields and with hands-on industry experience they are at the forefront to deliver that balanced approach to education. With their long-term links to business and thriving research programme you will acquire specialist knowledge and practical skills that you can immediately apply to your professional work.
Over the years Cass has created strong connections with City firms, international business and our community of students, alumni and partners. A strong global network of like-minded people will help to broaden your knowledge and expand your career progression. Cass has over 48,000 alumni worldwide spanning more than 160 countries.
Cass has over 4,000 students coming from over 100 countries in undergraduate, master’s, MBA and doctoral programmes.
We offer over 20 master’s degree programmes including full-time, part-time and online formats in finance, insurance, actuarial science, management, shipping, energy, marketing, entrepreneurship, supply chain and real estate. Our location in the Square Mile provides a decisive advantage for learning and career prospects. We have many fortune 500 companies on our doorstep and many regularly visit the School.
Industry bodies accredit many of our courses, offering you a quick route into professional qualifications. Wider recognition of our teaching excellence helps you stand out in a competitive employment market – for example, our MSc in Management and MSc in Finance are both highly ranked by the Financial Times.
Please visit our website to find the right programme for you.
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Cass’s location is a decisive advantage for your study and career search. No other European business school has as many Fortune 500 companies on its doorstep. These companies visit the School regularly to make presentations about what they do and offer advice and insights invaluable for your job search. They also participate at our specialist careers fairs, offering great opportunities
to gather information and network. Cass’s extensive links with business in London is also a good source of course projects. This not only develops students’ learning, but can also open doors to jobs
even before they are advertised.
full-time and part-time specialist Masters programmes in Europe. Specialist training in finance, real estate, management, actuarial sciences, insurance, shipping, energy and supply chain is backed by world class teaching, research and resources.
In particular, Cass has the largest finance faculty in Europe, offering courses in accounting, banking, valuation, asset management, and expert teaching in other niche financial disciplines.
At Cass, what you learn is directly relevant to your professional career. The European
Foundation for Management Development validates all our teaching and research
and has awarded Cass the prestigious EQUIS accreditation. The MSc in Management
is also accredited by AMBA (Association of MBAs). Many of our courses offer professional
exemptions which fast-track your career. For example, doing our one-year MSc in Actuarial
Science course saves you four years’ training for professional qualifications.
At Cass the teaching approach integrates staff lectures, case studies, group work and, most importantly, student participation.
This integrated approach and the wide mix of student backgrounds makes for challenging classroom discussions, as well as an international perspective that employers increasingly value.
Opened in 2003, the Bunhill Row building is a bright and flexible space designed to encourage a free flow of people and ideas.The Cyril Kleinwort Learning Resource Centre combines library and computing services to support all business and management teaching, learning and research. As well as books and journals, students can access many specialist databases, including sources
for company data and economic information.
There is computer access throughout the Resource Centre and in every lecture room.
Students can also link into the wireless network throughout the building.
A large proportion of our students move into careers in the financial services sector where understanding how to use dealing screens is a key skill. Our Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg trading rooms complement classroom based study by simulating trading in ‘real time’.
Quality at Cass
In the UK’s most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) Cass is ranked in the top 10 business schools for business and management research. 90% of our research is of international significance and 55% is internationally excellent. The RAE Score is backed up by a Teaching
Quality Assessment or QAA score of 23 out of 24. These ratings are your assurance that all teaching at Cass is underpinned by the latest cutting-edge research, with our lecturers creating and imparting the most up-to-date knowledge in their field.