The London campus covers over 4,000 square metres, with the main part of the building dating back to Victorian times. There are twelve lecture rooms with seating capacities ranging from 20-150 people, and four breakout/seminar rooms. In 2014 we added a dedicated Executive Education Suite to our teaching space, providing four additional lecture rooms. Computers are available for student use in the library, BNP Paribas Trading Room and computer room, with a total of 63 computers and three printers. Wi-fi is also available in most of the building. Amenities include a student lounge, learning resource centre, the campus cafe and a function space, the latter of which features a magnificent fireplace and stained glass window. The Chapel (so called because it was a place of worship back when our building was an ecclesiastical college) has the original vaulted ceiling and stained glass windows. The central courtyard provides an oasis within the School.
|Benjamin Voyer||Associate Professor of Marketing||Individual vs. connected happiness||Moderators of Happiness|
|Minas Kastanakis||Associate Professor of Marketing||Religiosity and consumers’ well-being.||Moderators of Happiness|