Please note: We are not currently taking
enrolments for this unit, as we have reached current capacity.
Entry onto the London market dissertation is limited to
approximately 20 candidates per year. This is because of the amount
of work involved in assessing and accepting proposals and in
marking and moderating completed dissertations, all of which are
undertaken by experienced London market practitioners.
Enrolments will reopen when capacity becomes available.
your interest via our online form to be contacted when enrolments
reopen. Candidates that have registered will be
contacted on a first come first served basis.
Developed in partnership with the Lloyd's Market
Association (LMA), this is an advanced level qualification,
specifically designed for those working in the London
The Certificate is achieved by passing one unit - (991) London
market insurance specialisation - which is assessed by
Candidates submit a 10,000-11,000 word dissertation, on a topic
of their choosing that is relevant to the London market, with 18
months to complete this from the time of enrolment.
The Certificate in London Market Insurance Specialisation will
allow you to:
- create learning matched precisely to your job role,
responsibilities and aspirations
- develop your knowledge of issues particularly relevant to
London market practitioners
- gain real understanding of a key chosen topic through in-depth
research and analysis, with potential to add business benefits for
- indicate to your employer, clients and peer group your
commitment to professional development, helping you achieve your
Upon completion you will also be awarded 50 Advanced Diploma
level credits which can be used to count towards completion of
other CII insurance qualifications, such as the Diploma and
Advanced Diploma in Insurance. The credits awarded are placed at
level 7 in the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
Full details on what the dissertation involves and more about
the QCF can be found in the 'This qualification in detail' links on
Please be aware that entry onto the London market dissertation
will be limited to approximately 20 candidates per year. This is
because of the amount of work involved in assessing and accepting
proposals and in marking and moderating completed dissertations,
all of which will be undertaken by educational experts and
experienced London market practitioners. Entry will be accepted on
a first-come, first-served basis.
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