City University London was awarded university status in 1966 and many of its schools have a longer heritage, dating back to the mid-Victorian period. Today, the University has six schools covering a wide range of subjects, including: business, law, health sciences, engineering, mathematical sciences, informatics, social sciences and the arts, including journalism and music. Many of the courses at City University London are accredited by relevant professional bodies, demonstrating that they meet the professions’ high standards. These courses provide excellent preparation for work and may also offer exemption from further study, giving an accelerated route to professional status.
City University London is committed to delivering education of the highest quality. This is underpinned by the world-class research of its academic staff and the University’s extensive links with business and the professions. The lecturers and professors will play a significant role in your experience as a student and City academics are dedicated to making learning exciting, relevant and rewarding, backed by the support and facilities that are second to none. City University London has been involved in pioneering research for more than 100 years and continues to break new ground in academic thought and study. The University has more than 60 research centres, groups and units, bringing together expertise from its different schools and departments.