Bloomberg offers self-paced e-learning courses that are designed to boost your knowledge and strengthen your resume. Upon finishing each program, Bloomberg awards you a certificate of completion.
Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC), also known as Bloomberg Certification, is a self-paced e-learning course that provides a visual introduction to financial markets and the core functionality of the Bloomberg terminal. It takes ~8 hours to complete and progress is saved automatically. After finishing BMC, Bloomberg provides a "Certificate of Completion".
Any NYU student can take certificate courses at the Bloomberg terminal or on the Bloomberg for Education website at no cost.
Navigate to the Bloomberg for Education web portal and sign up with your @nyu.edu email address to enroll (if you have not done so already).
Professor Accounts and Class Codes: Instructors who would like to require that their students complete BMC for a class can do so by requesting a professor account on the BMC website. A professor account allows you to set up class codes, invite learners to participate, track learner progress, and receive detailed score reports.
Bloomberg maintains a list of syllabi from major research universities to help you integrate Bloomberg into your class.
Held annually in person at Bloomberg's 731 Lexington Ave HQ, typically in the summer, NYU faculty may attend this free one-day conference to learn about how to teach with Bloomberg and connect in-person with Bloomberg analysts.