Access to "Financial Times" 

Free access for all KU students to the "Financial Times" databases! 

The "Financial Times" daily is a reliable and proven source of information about global business, international finance, political and economic events. It is created by more than 600 journalists from 50 countries around the world.

"The Financial Times" is read daily by more than 2 million readers.

  • 60% of them are managerial staff
  • 49% are board members of multinational corporations
  • 77% make an international business trip
  • 15% are millionaires.

As many as 91% of readers admit that the Financial Times offers content not found in other sources.
(FT Global Survey 2015).

Premium package benefits for students:

  • Access to all content from the archive (search by topic and keyword)
  • Possibility of receiving personalized notifications to your e-mail address (Email Alerts)
  • Possibility to receive summaries of selected topics (Email Briefings)
  • Daily access to the electronic paper edition (editions: Europe, US, UK, Asia, Mid East)
  • Access to market data with the ability to analyze results (Markets Data)
  • Access to FT Special Reports, searchable by subject, region, date of publication
  • Access to a tool supporting business English language learning (FT Lexicon)
  • Access to reporter blogs (FT Blogs)

How to get access to the Financial Times?

  • Visit
  • Click any article
  • Pop-up window with the information on the KU license will appear
  • Click „Join Now” and fill in required fields


  • Sign up using KU e-mail address:
  • You can register via this website:

KU contact person: Marcin Matyja: