United Kingdom, England

Located in London, the London Institute of Banking and Finance was established in 1879 as the Institute of Bankers. The institution provided professional qualifications in retail and commercial banking, financial and mortgage advice, trade finance and transaction banking; undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. It was also the first provider of the CeMAP qualification with almost 100,000 qualified mortgage advisers walking out with their degrees. Additionally, LIBF is an active member of the International Chamber of commerce. It also holds the record to become the only banking institute in the world with degree-awarding powers and its university college.   

Campus Life

Students have plenty of activity groups, clubs and societies to get involved with literally everything socially. The Lovat Lane Campus centered in the Square Mile with a professional environment offers a unique atmosphere that connects the students with future employers. The campus is also surrounded by many of the worlds leading financial institutions. With five floors, the campus is equipped with the latest technology, computers, and work and breakout areas. The new Student center and the Henry Grunfeld Library provide flexible spaces for studying  To add to the list, it also has a separate campus which is a two-minute walk away from where all kinds of events and lectures are held.   

Noted Alumni

The list of alumni of the university college is very exclusive including the former UK PRIME MINISTER, John Major, Jeremy Morse, and the first woman to lead a major UK lending bank, the CEO of RBS, Alison Rose.