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City, University of London

City, University of London


City, University of London is a leading global university based in the heart of London and attracts approximately 20,000 students from over 160 countries and academic staff from over 75 countries.
Established in 1894, City is a member of the prestigious University of London. The University is committed to academic excellence and focused on business and the professions.

For over 125 years, City has been using education, research, and enterprise to transform the lives of its students, community and the world. At City you will learn from outstanding academics, receive comprehensive student support and benefit from work experience opportunities with tailored careers guidance.

Courses range from business, law, mathematics, computer science, engineering, social sciences and health sciences. Many are designed to meet sector standards with a significant number accredited by professional bodies.

The University is amongst the top 10 highest ranked institutions in London (QS World University Rankings 2022). Our Business School is 3rd best in London, 6th in the UK, 25th in Europe (Financial Times European Business School ranking 2020). City has been ranked 25th globally in the top universities for a digital education ranking (Emerging 2021)

Scholarships and grants

President's International Scholarship - (UG students) The value of the Scholarships in 2021/22 will be £9,000 across all programmes. (

Bayes Business School - (UG students) Bayes Business School (Formerly Cass) is offering a 25% scholarship of £4,875 to EU students paying overseas fees and starting a Business School undergraduate course from Year 1 in September 2022. The scholarship will be awarded as a discount in the fee amount due in the first year of their study.(

We offer a range of other scholarships for UG and PG students across our degree programmes. Please see here:

Applying for your UK student visa is very quick and simple. Learn when and how to apply successfully - university advisors, a British Council immigration expert and a student who has just done it all will be able to give you the details. Also, you will hear what the Graduate Route visa offers during and after your degree. Did you know you can work as a student? And that you can stay and work after your degree?
Emma Thomas, Senior International Recruitment Officer at City, University of London
Emma Thomas, Senior International Recruitment Officer at City, University of London
Emma loves to travel and after university decided to live and work abroad in various countries for 3 years, which included working in admissions at a University in New Zealand. After returning to the UK in 2013 she worked in university admissions before moving to international student recruitment in 2015. Emma is extremely passionate about the benefits of studying in the UK, especially London, and is now in charge of student recruitment for Europe at City, University of London.
Luis Sierra, International Student Adviser
Luis Sierra, International Student Adviser
Luis Sierra has been working in the education industry for the last 14 years mainly within student services and immigration compliance. He has been helping students and institution navigate the Home Office’s rules and requirements successfully for most of his career. Currently Luis works for City, University of London as International Student Adviser helping international students with their immigration issues.
Ivar Moller
Ivar Moller
Deputy Director Admissions, University of St Andrews


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