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Signing up for Bloomberg Market Concepts

How to sign up for Bloomberg Market Concepts from any computer or from a Bloomberg Terminal.

Bloomberg Market Concepts

Signing up for Bloomberg Market Concepts from any computer

  1. Go to the Bloomberg for Education Sign Up page.
  2. Select the Learner button.
  3. Enter your City email address. The institution will automatically update to City University London (Bayes Business School).
  4. Create a password.
  5. Enter your first and last name as you want them to appear on your BMC certificate.
  6. Don't forget to check the I'm not a robot box.
  7. Press the Sign Up button.
    The Bloomberg Sign Up page webform. Details are in preceding steps.
  8. On the Purchase Access to Bloomberg for Education Content page, the option you need will be pre-selected. Check that the price given is $0.00.
  9. If you have to complete the BMC for your module, please ensure you have used the class code which your lecturer will have provided, otherwise leave it empty.
  10. Ensure you read the Terms of Service and check the box to agree before selecting the Complete button.Bloomberg Purchase Access screen. Details are in preceding steps.
  11. You will be emailed an account activation link to your City email address. Ensure you use it to activate your account within 24 hours.

A certificate of completion is awarded when you complete the four modules: Economic Indicators, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities. You can add the certificate to your CV.

The BMC page showing the list of courses required for Certificate.

There are four other modules you can complete: Terminal Basics, Commodities, Equity Options, and Portfolio Management to learn more about market concepts and financial markets.