Established in 1966, Bayes Business School at City, University of London holds triple accreditation from the AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. It is one of the top business schools in the world and offers courses in finance, investment, management, entrepreneurship, insurance, risk management, and more.
City is rated as a top-tier employability school by the QS Global 250 Business Schools list and their international reach is extensive and vital, from operating a dual campus in Dubai to service the Middle East, to delivering modules and study trips around the world and recruiting students and academics from diverse nationalities and backgrounds.
The Business School is also ranked 3rd in London, 6th in the UK and 19th in Europe in the Financial Times European Business School ranking 2019, whilst business and management research is 6th in the UK.
The Career and Professional Development Team at Bayes Business School provide students with training and guidance in employability, enabling students to make the most of your Masters or MBA and equip you to succeed throughout your career.
A range of professional development workshops, personal career guidance and online resources will help you build your individual careers strategy and hone the key skills needed to progress in your career.
All six City, University of London halls of residence are within walking distance of the business school, and come with computer and telephone points in each bedroom.
Bayes Business School is located in the centre of London, close to several tube lines and just a few stops from the bustling London West End. Connections to Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted can also be accessed via the main train stations of Liverpool Street, King’s Cross and London Bridge, all within close distance of the City campuses and halls.
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