New research from Cass Business School has revealed insights about President-Elect Trump’s potential leadership style, based on his physiological traits. The research confirms that physical height, facial structure and gender can affect a person’s chance of becoming a leader – as confirmed by President-Elect Trump’s election.
A journalism graduate has secured funding from Google to help expand the company he launched while at City.
Jeremy Evans has received backing from the Google Digital News Initiative for his business Explaain, which was previously awarded funds through the university’s entrepreneurship support programme CityVentures.
The library is now open 24/7 until Friday 20th January. If you are studying for exams, please remember that City is located in a residential area. When leaving late at night, respect our neighbours and keep noise to a minimum
Journalism at City began as a postgraduate department in 1976 and has developed some of the most respected Journalism courses in the country. City, University of London is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. To mark this incredible milestone in our department's history we are delighted to in...
The end of the year can be a time for reflection and making plans for the future. Take a look at some of the quotes from this year’s student speakers and Honorary Graduates – They may provide the inspiration for a few New Year’s Resolutions.
2016: A Look Back
At the end of each year we look at back at the big events on campus and the popular stories on our Facebook page.
This year City was ranked 18th (and fourth in London) in the Guardian University Guide 2017. The leap from 37th place last year makes City the largest climber in this year’s top 20 and positions the University for the first time as a 'top 20’ UK university.
EVA Park celebrated as one of the world’s 100 most inspiring examples of tech for good
EVA Park, a virtual world developed at City for people with aphasia to help them improve their communication, has been named by the Nominet Trust in the 2016 NT100 – a global celebration of this year’s 100 most inspiring social innovations using digital technology to drive social change around the world.
Snow may not be guaranteed over the Christmas period in London, but bright lights, celebrations and festive fun are definitely on the cards. In this post, we share nine of our favourite things to do in the city during the festive season.
City, University of London has joined up with Google in a new global network aimed at increasing digital literacy and data journalism skills in the media.
City, will work with Google on training initiatives including data journalism; digital tools for storytelling; trust and verification projects and immersive journalism projects for journalism students, professionals and other media schools.
City students and graduates are very impressive. Over the years, they’ve written dozens of books, invented loads of stuff and set up lots of businesses. In fact, we’re sure City Students and alumni could provide the answer to all of your Christmas shopping needs.
Eighteen teams of student and graduate entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to over 60 judges at the CitySpark Marketplace to win a share of the £5,000 prize fund.
The event attracted over 200 attendees and over 60 esteemed judges including business founders, alumni entrepreneurs and staff from across the University, whom the teams pitched to in the hope of getting their vote.