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About The London Institute of Banking and Finance
• The London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) is a regulated awarding body and university, providing under-graduate and post-graduate degree courses for students aiming to pursue a career in banking and finance at our university campus in central London.
• We are also the only specialist awarding body for dedicated personal finance qualifications for children and young people under the national curriculum. We work with over 700 schools and colleges and around 40,000 young people every year.
• LIBF is a registered charity, incorporated by Royal Charter. Founded in 1879 as the Institute of Bankers, it evolved in line with the financial services and banking industries. Since gaining Taught Degree - Awarding Powers (TDAP) in 2010, it established full-time degree programmes at its City of London campus, as well as enhancing its professional qualifications and financial capability awards.
• LIBF also provides a professional qualifications framework for the finance sector, providing firms and individuals with the skills and capability needed in today’s industry. We provide industry-leading qualifications covering a wide range of subjects, including banking, regulation, conduct, ethics, investment, mortgage advice, financial advice and complaints handling. https://www.libf.ac.uk/study/professional-qualifications
Students are susceptible to stress, anxiety and other psychological difficulties, and the Covid-19 pandemic is exacerbating the problem. To mark #WorldMentalHealthDay, Mutahara Gofur from The London Institute of Banking & Finance offers five tips on looking after mental wellbeing while studying at university:
The London Institute of Banking & Finance (@StudyLIBF) has become the latest university to be welcomed into the @CFAinstitute University Affiliation Program
Students of the BSc Banking and Finance and the BSc Finance, Investment and Risk are taking steps to career success through preparation for the CFA Program.
One of the key decisions for anyone considering university is whether to opt for an academic or vocational degree. This is easier if you know what you want to do with your life – say, heart surgery or investment banking – or if you have a passion for a specialist subject like Anglo-Saxon poetry. However, vocational degrees offer another distinct advantage – one that needs to be factored into any decision: they prepare students for the world of work.
Covid-19 is having a huge impact on every aspect of higher education and university life. It has put a strain on our resources, is testing the creativity of staff, has made the future a good deal less certain and threatens the health and wellbeing of both staff and students.
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