London is the world's leading commercial and financial centre. It is also one of the world's most exciting, diverse, and creative cities.

Study at Bayes Business School and you will be at the heart of it all - just minutes from the City of London but within easy reach of the countless cultural, entertainment and sporting opportunities that London offers.

You'll soon feel at home, wherever you come from and whoever you are.

Study in the heart of London

Bayes is located in the heart of London and is one of the most centrally located universities in the city.  Due to our close proximity to the City of London, we have unparalleled connections with international businesses and global organisations that are also based here such as KPMG, Allen & Overy, Goldman Sachs, the BBC and Sky.

As a master's student also regularly hold networking events to allow you to gain the most out of these connections.

You will join a global network of alumni who work across all industries and who also attend networking events.

Student life in London

Bayes is not only committed to the professional development of all of our students (through our Careers team) but also through a whole range of societies, clubs and sports teams.

There is a wide choice of societies to choose from covering several different interests and open to everyone.

The campus is just a short journey away from London's leading sights, main shopping districts and an abundance of cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars.

Student societies

Bayes Business School offers more than 30 different clubs and societies, covering a huge range of interests. Many are professional and Career based, others focus on cultural pursuits or sporting activities. Our Clubs and Societies offer students the chance to meet and network informally with each other and with professionals from across the financial world. A full list of clubs are available on the campus groups website.

Sports activities

Students have full access to the range of recreational facilities provided by City. City's playing fields in North London cater for field sports, while the nearby CitySport facility provides a comprehensive programme of indoor sports. There is a rowing club based in West London, while the sailing club uses the facilities of the Queen Mary's Sailing Club.