Bayes Business School

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HeadquartersUniversity of London, London, England
Type• Undergraduate
• postgraduate
• executive education
• research
Business school in London

Bayes Business School, formerly known as Cass Business School, is the business school of City, University of London.


The City University Business School was founded in 1966 as part of City University, London. Its MSc in Administrative Sciences began in 1967 and became the MBA in 1979.

Due to John Cass's links to slavery, the school was renamed to Bayes Business School on 6 September 2021, after Thomas Bayes, a nonconformist theologian.[1]


Alumni on Wikispooks

William Castell10 April 1947UKBusinesspersonChairman of the Wellcome Trust 2006-2015
Tobias Ellwood12 August 1966US
Neocon UK MP, Chairs the Defence Select Committee.
Mariana Haseldine23 December 1967UKConcert pianist
Muhtar Kent1952Turkey
BusinesspersonDeep state connected Coca-Cola CEO/Chair
Graeme Maxton26 June 1960UKEconomist
Deep state operative
Club of Rome Secretary General advocating the "temporary" abolishment of democracy, introduction of radical emergency legislation, in combination with expert governments creating an international accord under the pretext of a "climate emergency"
Andrew MillsAugust 1963Businessperson
Ana Pinho1968PortugalBusinesspersonPortuguese businesswoman
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