Being an international student at The London Institute of Banking & Finance is about more than simply getting a degree. They offer the opportunity for students to undertake their studies in a business-like environment, gain exposure to the financial services industry and become part of an international professional community with over 24,000 members.
The London Institute of Banking & Finance gives students the experience of living in one of the world's most vibrant and diverse cities enabling them to develop a global perspective and an understanding of different cultures that will be valuable in their future career.
There is a wealth of support available through their Student Centre located on campus. You can get help with pastoral matters, academic issues, career guidance and student engagement activities. The academics are available for personal tutor meetings and can provide further support and advice on any aspect of your studies.
The London Institute of Banking & Finance offer all their students access to their e-Mentoring platform. Future Self Mentors are individuals who can support you with study skills, motivation and time management. All mentors are already working in the financial services industry.
Situated near Monument in the heart of London’s financial district, Lovat Lane is surrounded by many of the world’s leading financial institutions. The London Institute of Banking & Finance’s city location and the professional environment it provides give students the opportunity to develop essential life and professional skills whilst also enjoying access to a wealth of enriching culture and entertainment.
They have dedicated conference facilities in a separate building where students can attend industry events and lectures and network with existing professionals.
SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities and, through my consultants' advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favoured universities.
Carla Termini King's College London, Accounting and Finance