Located in London, the Cass Business School first began instructing students in 1966. At the time, it was simply known as the City Business School, and in its formative years, graduates earned a Master of Science in Administrative Sciences. That was something that eventually evolved into the school’s MBA program in 1979.

The students pursuing an MBA in a wide range of different areas can do so on a full-time basis over the course of a year or take classes on a part-time schedule that spans two years.

Beginning in 2007, a campus has been based in Dubai, with three other campuses remaining in London. That trio can be found on Aldersgate Street, Bunhill Row and Northampton Square, with the locations specifically chosen to keep them just a short distance away from many prominent international firms.

Financial education at the school is enhanced through specific sponsorships with companies like Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters. This allows for a more effective understanding of the process of trades on the various stock exchanges, primarily through terminals that offer up-to-the-minute information in these areas.

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