Bloomberg

Bloomberg/New Technology Lab – It is located on the 3rd floor of Healey Library (#3-008, behind the IT help desk)

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What is the “Bloomberg Professional Service” aka “Bloomberg Terminal”?

The “Bloomberg Professional Service” is commonly referred as the “Bloomberg Terminal." The Bloomberg Professional® Service (BPS) is the most powerful and flexible platform for financial professionals who need real-time data, news and analytics to make smarter, faster, more informed business decisions. It covers Equities, Derivatives, Fixed Income, Foreign Exchange, and Commodities markets. With BPS, you can get access to the 24,000+ companies around the world on 360+ exchanges. There are more than 315,000+ subscribers in 174 countries.

What are the benefits as a student?

Using Bloomberg students can connect to a network of 2.5 million financial professional users. It helps students benefit from integrating theory with real-world practice. Using Bloomberg for Education, students can:

How do I use the Bloomberg Professional Service at the College of Management?

The Bloomberg Lab is located on the 3rd floor of the Healey Library. It has 12 terminals, which are dedicated solely to using Bloomberg. The lab door is password protected. The access to the lab is reserved for College of Management students. Students need to email at HelpWithBloomberg@gmail.com to get the access key, terminal password, and other account setup help.

How do I create my Bloomberg account? View instructions.


How do I become Bloomberg Certified?

What if I do not pass the exam the first time?