Bloomberg Lab | Financial Software for Students

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Bloomberg Professional Terminals are not available for use on campus. Bloomberg Disaster Recovery has been set up which enables remote access to Bloomberg Terminals for faculty or students who require access for teaching or research purposes. For more information please refer to the Library’s Bloomberg guide:

The Goodman School of Business is pleased to offer our students access to Bloomberg financial software tools that allow for analytics and equity trading as well as data and news services and are considered the best-known interactive financial information network in the world.

This resource is invaluable for students studying finance or accounting. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands on knowledge and real world experience through day to day use and by completing official training on Bloomberg Professional – essential skills demanded by today’s employers.

Goodman houses eight of the terminals in a dedicated research suite accessible by faculty and students. Goodman graduate students also have access to a terminal in their dedicated computer lab. The James A. Gibson Library houses two of the terminals to allow for use during regular library hours to Goodman students and the general Brock population.

The exclusive Goodman graduate student only terminal is located in the brand new Goodman School of Business Atrium computer lab and is accessible 24/7.

The Research Suite that houses the Bloomberg Terminals is located in the Goodman School of Business Atrium.

Goodman School of Business pin on Bloomberg laptop