College Partners with the Financial Times Providing Students With Global Perspectives on World Events
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has partnered with the Financial Times, internationally recognized for its authoritative news, comment, and analysis, to provide students and faculty with full access to the FT’s electronic edition and to FT.com’s Level Two subscription service. This partnership will enable the University to further educate its students on socio-economic and geo-political issues that affect everyone regardless of a student’s major.
“Through the Global Alliance Program with the Financial Times, we at Villanova are providing our students and faculty with FT’s unparalleled international reach – real-time news; unbiased, authoritative, and concise information; and phenomenal teaching tools for faculty to aid them in presenting complex and important ideas to our students,” said Rev. Kail C. Ellis, O.S.A., Ph.D., dean of the College.
While the electronic edition looks exactly like the complete printed edition of the Financial Times, it is, in fact, a convenient digital version that enables users to control the entire viewing experience. Users can interact with the FT as they read, print, or save articles of interest.
With an FT.com Level Two subscription, students will also have access to subscriber-only FT content and tools, including news alerts, FT analysis, its five-year archive, and access to 500 global press sources and financial data on more than 18,000 companies worldwide.