City University London
City’s tradition of providing high quality education relevant to business and the professions dates back 160 years. For many of our graduates, time spent at City laid the groundwork for leadership, innovation and excellence that have changed the world we live in.
City University London: A leading global University committed to academic excellence, focused on business and the professions and located in the heart of London. We are proud of the quality of our education, research and enterprise and are ranked within the top 2% of universities in the world.
For over 30 years Study Abroad students have come from across the globe to study at City.
Designed for students coming to City for just a semester or a full academic year, the Study Abroad Programme is designed to offer you the maximum flexibility of course choice allowing you to make the most of your time with us.
Most undergraduate modules are available for Study Abroad students to take, and students are able to select modules from across the City subject areas. This will allow you to meet the academic requirements of your home institution or to take courses for general interest.
Outside classes, London offers you a wide range of cultural, historic, artistic and sporting activities, together with unrivalled travel opportunities across Europe.
We look forward to meeting you at City University London.
Study Abroad Manager
International students must meet both the English language requirement AND the Academic entry requirements listed below:
To be eligible for our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, international students must satisfy English Language Requirements. The level of English required depends on the course you wish to apply for and there are a few exemptions available also.
City University London’s Pre-sessional English language courses are delivered though the University’s joint venture INTO City University London. They are intended to ensure that a student’s English language is of the required level to cope with the learning demands of a degree at City University London.
The INTO City University London centre is based in a brand new building close to Liverpool Street Station (a short bus ride from City University London) and provides high quality teaching programmes, underpinned by excellent student support services.
Start dates and fees for 2014
|June 2014 (12 weeks)||£3,995|
|July 2014 (8 weeks)||£2,700|
|August 2014 (4 weeks)||£1,390|
|Cass Business School Undergraduate Pre-sessional:|
|June 2014 (8 weeks)||£2,700|
|July 2014 (6 weeks)||£2,085|
City prides itself on its innovative approach to education. Our commitment to, and passion for, academic excellence ranks us 8th out of London universities (The Sunday Times University Guide 2011). Our courses are enriched by the research of our academic staff. Fifteen areas of academic activity were assessed as being of a quality comparable with the very best in the world in the national 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.
Our concurrent focus on business and the professions provides our students with opportunities for direct interaction with future employers and makes our courses relevant, exciting and topical. Many have innovative modes of study involving placement opportunities and engagement with high-profile visiting lecturers from the professions. This complements the academic expertise offered within the University.
This unique focus on both academic excellence and business and the professions contributes to City being positioned in the top 10 in the UK for graduate employability (The Times University Guide 2011) and for starting salaries (The Sunday Times University Guide 2011).
Our approach aims to support students in becoming professional, analytical and enquiring graduates who can play a substantial role in the C21st professional environment. In 2009, we initiated a review of undergraduate education and this is bringing on-going change to the way in which we conceptualise and deliver our courses.
To support learning at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, we have recently established an integrated learning environment that combines physical and virtual learning spaces. This is used to support students in their studies, supplementing lectures and seminars with high quality online material. The Learning Development Centre supports our staff in creating new and responsive learning opportunities to lead our courses into the future.
As the highest academic body, Senate is responsible for the University’s academic policies and regulations. This framework aims to support high quality learning and the maintenance of academic standards that underpins our degree-awarding powers. This function is supported by the Academic Development Unit.
The success of our courses is dependent on effective engagement and communication between students and staff. We are proud that 88% of our Year 3 undergraduate students who participated in the National Student Survey 2010 thought that our lecturers were “good at explaining things”. In conjunction with the Students’ Union, a key priority for the University is listening to the views of our students, discussing what we do well and understanding where we could make improvements. This interaction is a highly visible part of University life and feedback from students is a core part of how we determine the direction of our education.