Boredom is not an option
Cass students have full access to all the recreational and sports facilities of City, University of London.
Cass Business School offers more than 40 different clubs and societies, covering a huge range of interests. Some of these are professional, such as the finance and entrepreneurial clubs. Some, like the chess and football clubs, focus on sports or culture. Clubs differ from year to year and are based on the interests of each entering class.
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.
"At the start of my MSc I was elected president of the M&A Society. The society pools together students that have a strong interest in deal-making, and it is a platform for us to bring in guest speakers and create insightful events. As president of the M&A Society, I have worked closely with the Mergers & Acquisitions Research Centre (MARC) at Cass; the leading research centre/think-tank in M&A intelligence.
This year the M&A Society is hosting the M&A Conference 2011, the first of what we hope to become an annual series. The conference has secured leading deal-makers as participants, and it will help showcase Cass and our research centre as the leading faculty for M&A."
Nicolas Greilsamer from France/USA
MSc in International Accounting & Finance