City, University of London: A leading global institution committed to academic excellence, focused on business and the professions and located in the heart of London. They are proud of the quality of their education, research and enterprise and are ranked within the top 2% of universities in the world. For over a century they have differentiated themselves successfully on the basis of their focus on business and the professions and the benefits of their central London location. In recent years they have also increased the internationalisation of their students, their staff and their outlook. Their courses are popular, their graduates are highly employable and they are financially sound. However, continuing as they are will not enable them to compete consistently on the basis of quality.
It is a great university which is evidential by the recent REF scores, the fact that it is soon to be a member of the University of London group and the high graduate employment rates. The university is in a central area which is dynamic but at the same time very calm. My University experience has been very good and the university feels like a home away from home.
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Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to visit City, University of London to find out if it is the right choice for you.
Undergraduate Open Days
Friday 23rd June 2017, 10am - 3pm
Saturday 24th June 2017, 10am - 3pm
Saturday 16th September 2017, 10am - 3pm
To find out when the next Open Day is, take a look at the Open Day calendar here.
Student Life in London
London has been named the fifth best city worldwide in which to study by QS Best Student Cities 2016. Alongside London's "world-class" facilities and links with business and the professions, the city was also commended as "one of the planet's great centres of culture and creativity". QS describes London as "a nerve-centre of global academia". City is located in central London. Every week you can find thousands of exciting cultural events across London - and many give student discounts. Try Tate Modern, the Royal Festival Hall, the National Theatre, Sadler's Wells and many more world class cultural venues - some just minutes away from City's campus. London nightlife is also famous the world over. On any night of the week you'll find a huge range of events, many of which are free or discounted for students. London has over 3,000 parks and open spaces, making it one of the greenest capitals in the world. Try the outdoor sports areas and open air theatre at Regent's Park, row a boat on the Serpentine lake in Hyde Park, or enjoy one of the best views of London from Parliament Hill on Hampstead Heath. London is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world and City is no exception. We have international students from all over Europe and every single continent. No matter where you are from you will make fantastic friends and work collaboratively on any course. For more information click here.
Students get a 30% discount on the cost of a weekly travelcard. It's close to several Underground lines so it's easy to travel around. You're just a few stops away from London's flagship shopping area - the West End, including Oxford Street and Covent Garden. London is a hub of transport links; National Rail services can take you all over the country and to nearby airports such as Heathrow and Gatwick, and National Express can take you by coach wherever you needs to go. For more information click here.
Language Exchange Society is not just a fun, friendly and lovely place where you can learn different languages but more importantly, we are Family and Friends who share our cultures and own experiences with each other!
This society, also known fondly by our members as a ‘connect group family’ is the student expression of Hillsong Church on campus. Our main aim is to empower students to make a difference in their worlds, and we make it a priority to give our students the opportunity to serve on campus, get involved in community outreach projects as well as being a part of Sunday church teams.
City Dance Society aims to: Open up the world of dance to the entire school, give confidence to students who thought dance was closed to them, allow trained dancers to affordably continue their training, and transcend barriers of language, culture, and gender to bring the most unlikely of people together!
Poker is one of the most popular card games in the world. Ever since the ‘poker boom’ started back in 2003, the game has become more and more popular. More people than ever are taking up the game. Many consider it to be a game of luck, but there is so much more to poker than pure luck. Whether you’re a beginner or the next Daniel Negreanu, everyone is welcome to join.
Amnesty International student society is a group for anybody interested in supporting the organisation, which works to promote justice and support those denied freedom or equality around the world. The society hopes to hold regular meetings to discuss current issues.
The Crisis of Masculinity: Mass Shootings and Donald Trump 6 Oct 2016: The School of Social Sciences and Department of Sociology welcomes UCLA's Douglas Kellner to City, University of London for a lecture and reception.
The Right to be Forgotten - should it be a right? And does it work? 12 Oct 2016: At this event, George Brock will present key findings from his new book The Right To Be Forgotten – Privacy and the Media in the Digital Age and a panel of experts will discuss the history behind the judgement, the varied motives behind it, and the wider implications for freedom of speech and journalism. Is the judgement a first step in establishing essential new rights in the digital era or a threat to freedom of information and the accuracy of the historical record?
Building Your Professional Network in Technology 9 Nov 2016: City University London would like to invite you to this event for professionals and students in the Technology sector. The event follows from the successful series held in spring 2016 and enable alumni from specific sectors to meet and network with each other, while providing current students a unique opportunity to meet City alumni and develop their networking skills to succeed in the technology sector and related sectors as well as those sectors where technology related degrees are sought after.
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