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Signing up to Bloomberg’s BMC with a class code
In a previous post we introduced the Bloomberg Market Concepts eLearning package. This is open to all students across both the School of Management and the University who are interested in learning more about the global economy, financial markets and, of course, Bloomberg itself.
Traditionally run on the Bloomberg terminal, BMC is currently available online. To register, head to the BMC sign-up page where you can create an account. Please ensure that you use your Cranfield email address for this. BMC access is only available to subscriber institutions and your email identifies you as a Cranfield student.
While creating your account, you will be asked for your Class Code. Students on the MSc Finance & Management, MSc Investment Management and the Cranfield MBA should already have received Codes from their Information Specialists. Please contact MIRC if you have mislaid this email or if you are a Cranfield student from a different course. Without a Class Code, a fee will be payable to register on the course.
At the end of the Registration process, Bloomberg will ask you to checkout.
Following this, they will send you a validation email to your Cranfield account. You will need to click on the link within this to finalise your registration – and that’s it. You’re signed up!
If you have any questions about Bloomberg or the BMC, please contact MIRC.
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