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Education

A practical way for educational institutions to incorporate current



affairs and an international perspective into their curriculums.

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Free premium access

Secondary education

Free premium access to the FT


for 16-19 year-old students.

Includes the following features:

  • Unlimited premium access
  • Copy of Road to Riches board game
  • App and epaper access
  • Curated, weekly newsletter for secondary schools
  • Customised news feeds
  • Virtual reading lists
  • FirstFT and weekly quizzes
  • Integration with learning systems

Free for all 16-19 year-old

students and school staff

Higher education

Paid-for premium access to the FT for


universities and business schools.

Includes the following features:

  • Up to 70% discount on standard rates
  • Unlimited premium access
  • App and epaper access
  • Customised news feeds
  • Virtual reading lists
  • FirstFT and weekly quizzes
  • Portfolio management tools

Price based on size of student

population and type of institution

Education pricing model

Our education pricing model is tailored to meet the needs of universities and business schools, and has been refined in recent years in response to feedback from our customers. We offer all academic institutions a 70% discount per reader and there are four scenarios which determine the price.

Business school only

For business schools who want to provide access to postgraduate business school students.

Price based on:
15% of students studying a business related postgraduate course.

Key benefit:
Fixed pricing relative to the size of the business school.

University only

For universities who want to provide access to all undergraduates and faculty excluding their business school.

Price based on:
Total number of students and faculty.

Key benefit:
Fixed pricing relative to the size of the university.

Business school + University

For universities who want to provide access to all undergraduates and faculty including their business school.

Price based on:
25% of students and faculty + 15% of postgraduate business school students.

Key benefit:
Pricing weighted towards students studying postgraduate business related courses.

Small group

For universities or business schools who only want to provide access to a defined number of students and/or faculty.

Price based on:
Number of individuals.

Key benefit:
Fixed pricing based on a defined number of individuals.

1,000+ leading education institutions



value the FT’s global intelligence

Cass Business School Cass Business School
Hosei University Hosei University
Skema Business School Skema Business School
London Metropolitan University London Metropolitan University
Norwegian Business School Norwegian Business School
The George Washington University The George Washington University

Our goal as educators is to make that link between scholarship and the real world for our students, and the Financial Times is our vehicle for doing that.

Liesl Riddle Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, George Washington University

Improve student understanding

Students and educational institutions benefit hugely from a globalised curriculum. Teaching can no longer afford to be localised with the world increasingly connected.

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80% of the world's top 20 universities


have an FT Group Subscription.

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A suite of learning tools

A global perspective can add real value to a faculty member’s classes, as it grounds the class theories in reality. Couple this with the ability to create reading lists through FT.com, and staff can quickly and easily construct a list of extra reading to amplify a student’s understanding of the real world.

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Leverage our award-winning journalism

Stay informed, spot emerging risks and seize opportunities with our global reporting and expert commentary.

With over 125 years as one of the world’s leading news and information organisations, the FT provides businesses, governments and education institutions across the globe, with award-winning journalism and tools to help them achieve their goals faster.

Authoritative news coverage

With the Financial Times, curricula is greatly enhanced with high-quality, unbiased news that complements study with real-life scenarios. Staff can bolster their teachings and improve student understanding with up-to-date examples from a trusted news source.

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Using the FT as part of a Group Subscription on a daily basis during my MSc year at SKEMA has proved to be very powerful. It provides you with everything you need to acquire a good culture of both the financial markets and the key forces which shape the daily news. It gives me more granularity regarding financial assets and market deals, something definitely helpful when coming to an interview.

Rodolphe Louvet Student, SKEMA Business School