The LAT Summer Trading School Programme has been designed for school and university students looking for a more vocational approach to finance and trading. Based online, on the LAT trading floor or via a blended combination, students will learn about different financial markets, how they are traded, and the practicalities of trading from a fundamental or technical perspective. The programme looks at a day in the life of a trader, examining both fundamental and technical analysis and evaluation of macroeconomic data.
We also discuss trading psychology and investigate the huge effects this can have on trading performance. Students will be given a £50,000 demo trading account to practise their new skills under the watchful eyes of our team of experienced traders and mentors.
Analysis of fundamental, political and macroeconomic news
Examining price charts and technical analysis
Learn how to manage trading risk
Accredited by CPD
Accredited by CPD
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Entry requirements for all LAT programmes:
A completed and signed application form
A copy of your passport/proof of ID / Birth Certificate
Entry requirements for all LAT programmes of two weeks or more:
A scanned copy of a recent passport-sized colour photograph
Proof of education qualifications
Proof of English proficiency, if required
Note: All documents are to be provided in English. Where documents are not in English, you will also need to provide a certified translation of any such documents.
Scanned copies of your diplomas and certified translation
Scanned copies of your certified transcripts
Proof of English language proficiency IELTS 5.5 or equivalents
Candidates who studied for an undergraduate degree in the medium of English in a majority English – speaking country can provide a letter from their university confirming this as evidence of their English proficiency.
All other students:
A minimum level 3 qualification or an interview with our Academic Dean, Paddy Osborn
Fully completed LAT application form
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Monday to Friday
Daily academic sessions
Real-time trading sessions
Continuous trade mentoring
Summer Trading School
Course fees – £1,599
No government funding available for this course
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About London Academy of Trading
The London Academy of Trading (LAT) is an award-winning, dual-accredited provider of financial trading education and was the first academy in the UK to offer accredited and regulated qualifications in trading. We pride ourselves on providing practical and vocational trading training courses, developed to help individuals to invest or trade in financial markets, or for those looking to enhance their employment opportunities within financial markets.
We help our learners apply their knowledge in a real-world, real-time environment, understanding the fundamental and practical aspects of trading. Since our creation in 2010, we have focused on four specific pillars of knowledge to help students improve their skills and understanding: fundamental analysis, technical analysis, trading psychology and risk management.
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