Bloomberg is a global provider of financial news and information, including real-time and historical price data, financial data, trading news, and analyst coverage. Its services, which span its platform, television, radio, and print, offer professional analysis tools for financial professionals.
Bloomberg L.P. provides financial software tools and enterprise applications such as analytics and equity trading platform, data services, and news to financial companies and organizations through the Bloomberg Terminal (via its Bloomberg Professional Service), its core revenue-generating product.
Bloomberg Finance Lab helps your students build the skills needed for a career in finance, enhances your curriculum and better positions your university as a leader in the academic space.
As a student of business or finance entering a rapidly changing economy and geo-political climate, you need every edge you can get. Knowledge of and experience using the Bloomberg Terminal is that edge.
The Bloomberg Terminal is used by financial institutions and corporations all over the world to make critical decisions about risk, investments and markets.
Bloomberg has developed ways to help you gain the all-important experience of the Bloomberg Terminal that will help set you apart for potential employers.
Boost your skill set — and super-charge your marketability — with a Bloomberg Certification. The quickest way to do this is with our eight-hour self-directed e-learning course, Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC). With modules on Economics, Fixed Income, Equities, Currencies and using the Bloomberg Terminal, BMC will help you emerge with an edge.
Bloomberg work’s directly with universities all over the world, providing Bloomberg Financial Market Labs: spaces packed with Bloomberg Terminals, free for students to use. With syllabus-integration, you will learn how to use important analytical functions in the Terminal, conduct economic research and analysis, benefit from a wide-range of pre-built analytical models and more.
ADNOC-Bloomberg Economic Research Challenge
Students have the opportunity to mimic economists across the world, compete against other students across the Emirates and compile their own macroeconomic paper using the latest economic indicators and research tools on the Bloomberg Terminal.
Bloomberg Coding Program
Learn how to program in Python, use the Bloomberg Query Language (BQL), and perform research within BQuant.
Bloomberg Islamic Finance Module
Understand the fundamentals of Islamic Finance, the types of Shariah Finance and the Bloomberg tools you can use for relevant analysis.
Bloomberg Trading Challenge
Use the skills you’ve developed and your knowledge of the Terminal to create a winning portfolio.
Understand the fundamentals of the Fixed Income market, including bond basics, yield curves, credit default swaps and interest rate derivatives.