City student startup Twipes has won first prize at the 2017 Mayor’s Entrepreneur competition. The competition challenged London students to think of ways to improve the city, make it more sustainable and reduce carbon emissions.

Elle and Alborz invented Twipes to tackle the environmental issues surrounding wet wipes. Twipes are hygienic, water-dispersible wet wipes on a roll designed to fit...
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Student startup win £20,000 in Mayor’s Entrepreneur competition
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03/21/2017 at 12:26. Facebook
Take a short tour of the Project Technical Centre.

City Racing is City, University of London’s team which takes part in the Class 1 Formula Student. The annual competition is the world’s largest student motorsport event. It is organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

The team’s aim is to design and build a single-seat racing car whose speed, acceleration, handling and...
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03/20/2017 at 11:46. Facebook
Take your student survey before the end of term. Only 3 weeks to go!

Listening to your views and opinions is vital to how we enhance student life and student satisfaction here at City.

You can find a link to your student survey and information on the changes we’ve made so far on this page. [ Link ]
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03/17/2017 at 15:25. Facebook
Do you have a business idea but few business skills? The New Venture Creation programme may be right for you!

Designed to equip budding entrepreneurs with the skills necessary to start a scalable business and highly experiential in nature, the programme is normally offered as part of an MBA course at Cass Business School.

On the course you can:
• Evaluate the viability of a high-potential...
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New Venture Creation
Optometry researchers at City have been invited to contribute to a parliamentary reception on dementia and visual impairment hosted by Debbie Abrahams MP.

Taking place at Portcullis House, and involving the College of Optometrists, the reception aims to provide a better understanding of the barriers faced by people with dementia and how their eye care can be improved.

City optometry researchers invited to parliamentary reception at Portcullis House
*SPECIAL OFFER* Two places on Mobile Journalism Masterclass this Saturday - £50 each! Email

Mobile Journalism Short Course | City, University of London
Finding the perfect job can be difficult and sometimes a bit confusing.

Take a look at our hints on how to get into the arts and cultural sector.

How to get a job in the arts and cultural sector – The City Scoop
Voting in the Students' Union elections closes tomorrow!

You can check out each candidate’s manifesto and vote here. [ Link ]
It’s International Women's Day!

We are celebrating the City women that have been achieving the extraordinary since 1894. These women inspire us because they’ve been ready to try, to challenge and to lead.

You can find out more about them and #IWD2017 at City on our microsite. [ Link ]

City's Extraordinary Women
In A Nutshell is a new series aiming to explain some of the excellent, ground-breaking research that happens at City in a simple, bite-sized way.

Read on to find out about people who hear noise when they see silent flashes.

In A Nutshell: The mysterious sound of flashing lights – The City Scoop
Voting is now open in the Students' Union Elections!

35 candidates want your votes - You can check out each candidate’s manifesto and vote here.

City Students' Union
It can seem hard to get a job in the industry of your dreams.

Take a look at our hints on how to break into advertising and hear from alumna Rheana who now works for an ad agency.

How to break into advertising – The City Scoop
Event Update!

Nicola Thorp has been added to the panel of our International Women’s Day event.

Nicola was recently subjected to gender discrimination in a temporary role as a receptionist, when she was sent home for not wearing high heels. The incident has resulted in a parliamentary debate to review the law around discriminatory dress codes.

Sign up for our event "Women in the workplace:...
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Don’t forget to complete your student survey.

Listening to your views and opinions is vital to how we enhance student life and student satisfaction here at City.

You can find a link to your student survey and information on the changes we’ve made so far on this page. [ Link ]
When you're a student kickstarting your career or even just getting a temporary job can feel like a monumental task. Here are 6 tips to make it just that little bit easier.

6 things you can do to kickstart your career this Spring – The City Scoop
The Daily Mail and the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have teamed up with the Department of Journalism at City to launch a new scholarship to help students from under-represented groups break into journalism in the coming years.

The scholarship will support two students annually to make a career in journalism.

New City scholarship to help students break into journalism
Fairtrade Fortnight starts next week and we will be celebrating with a series of events and activities across the University.

As an accredited Fairtrade University, we are committed to supporting the Fairtrade movement and to educating every one about the value it brings to farmers and workers in developing countries.

Fairtrade Fortnight
Why is what a woman wears to work still an issue in the 21st century?

Join leading experts on International Women’s Day (March 8th) to discuss the current issues surrounding women's appearance in the workplace.

Head to our site to find out more about this event and the other events taking place at City on #IWD2017.

Events celebrating IWD
Writing a cover letter can be hard. What counts as too much information and what should you leave out altogether?

City, University of London - Careers Service have put together a blog with 8 mistakes to avoid on your graduate cover letter.

Guest Blog: 8 Mistakes to Avoid on Your Graduate Cover Letter – Careers
It's Valentine's Day and over the years City has seen its fair share of romantic tales, from on-campus proposals to alumni celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.

Take a look at some couples who found true love while studying at City.

City of Love: How they met – The City Scoop