Study in the City to Build a Career; Advertising FeatureWant to Get Ahead in Banking, Finance, Investment or Accounting? A Professional Qualification or Degree from Ifs University College Can Open Doors

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Study in the City to Build a Career; Advertising FeatureWant to Get Ahead in Banking, Finance, Investment or Accounting? A Professional Qualification or Degree from Ifs University College Can Open Doors


Byline: Niki Chesworth

THE financial and related professional services industry is continuing its strong recovery, with total employment in London hitting a record high of 709,500 at the end of last year, according to the latest edition of THECITYUK's London Employment Survey.

Graduate recruitment is also surging ahead, with the Association of Graduate Recruiters forecasting a 11.9 per cent rise in graduate vacancies this year -- and once again it is the financial sector that is attracting a significant number of recruits, with accountancy and professional services hiring more than one in five graduates last year.

Anyone wanting to get into -- or ahead -- in this dynamic financial services sector can enhance their career prospects with a professional qualification or specialist degree with Chartered status at ifs University College.

As the only professional body in the UK with the right to award its own degrees, ifs University College offers students specialist degrees and professional qualifications that are recognised and valued by financial services employers the world over.

London-based, ifs University College is a not-for-profit professional and degree-awarding body that is incorporated by Royal Charter.

It was originally founded as the Institute of Bankers in 1879 and has remained at the forefront of professional education in the sector ever since, becoming the "University College for financial education".

Martin Day, vice principal at ifs University College, says: "We put employability at the heart of all of our professional programmes and higher education degrees. Our qualifications are designed to provide students with the best possible understanding of, and links to, the global financial services industry. Our whole approach is dedicated towards providing our students with the necessary tools needed to succeed in a career in the fast-paced world of financial services."

With part-time and full-time courses available to be studied either face-toface or online, during the day and in the evening, ifs University College offers a range of learning options to suit those already in work and looking to progress as well as school leavers embarking on their first degree.

The programmes include BSc (Hons) degrees in a range of subjects directly related to the financial professions, including business, economics, politics, enterprise, banking and accountancy. …

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