The Global Investor Simulations - Finance Lab, Dealing Room and Trading Floor - transform trading on the financial markets into rewarding collaborative learning experiences and effective tools for teachers and trainers. Visit www.globalinvestorsims.com for more details.
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Spanish versions of Finance Lab and Dealing Room included free. Buy Now
Use it in the classroom to support Maths, Business Studies and Economics. Use it with all students to develop Skills, Financial Capability and Work-related Learning. A...
The three simulations support many aspects of the Business, Accounting and Finance curricula. They are guaranteed to develop Key Skills, Functional Skills and Financial Capability...
Our simulations meet the subject area demands of Business and Finance courses. They also provide a valuable support tool for outreach and recruitment programmes...
Use the simulations for staff development and team-building. Sponsor an inter-schools event in your region or buy the resource for a local school. Facilitates links between...
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"The Investment Challenge just gets better and better each year. The atmosphere in the 'trading room' was electric and the students really got into the spirit of the event. The School of Management is proud to support this project."
David Pritchard, Dean, Cardiff School of Management
"Used across a range of subjects and qualifications and in employability skills development, Global Investor is an invaluable asset for the college. It delivers focused, experiential learning in a stimulating way."
Robert Walford, Curriculum Manager, Deeside College
“It highlights the use of information to make decisions, how information is based on raw numbers, and the ability to use this in making decisions which have a consequence (i.e. losing/making money).”
Ursula O’Hagan, Business Studies Teacher, St. Rose’s Dominican College
"We have just used the Trading Floor simulation for our Enterprise Day. It was amazing. The pupils loved it."
Steve Little, Head of Business Studies, Cockburn College of Arts, Leeds