City University London Business
About the Undergraduate Programme
A Sir John Cass Business School undergraduate degree earns you the credibility with employers to achieve success in your chosen career. The unique combination of our central London location, academic programmes and professional contacts offer you a great head start in business.
City of London links
Our undergraduate programmes are constantly evolving to meet the needs of an ever-changing business world. They are delivered within the context of a vibrant, diverse and multi-national environment which is part of the City of London. Not only in terms of its location, but also in terms of the role we play as an intellectual hub for the City.
As an institution specialising in undergraduate business degrees, many of our academics and lecturers have worked in industry and continue to consult for corporate organisations, so you benefit from their first-hand knowledge and business experience. There is every chance that you will have the opportunity to meet and learn from high-level practitioners from leading City firms.
Gain practical real-world experience
Our degrees prepare you to hit the ground running when you graduate, with highly practical modules that focus on real-world issues. You also have the chance to take a paid year-long placement with companies such as the Bank of England, Goldman Sachs and Microsoft.
A global perspective
You have the option to study abroad, giving your degree an international dimension and preparing you for the global employment market. In a competitive global economy, we see this as extremely important for giving our undergraduate students the perfect start to their future professional careers.
Enjoy a great world city
Study at Cass and you can experience living in the centre of London – one of the most dynamic, exciting and culturally diverse cities in the world.
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