City University London is one of the most popular universities in the UK for international students and staff.
City University London international students, from some 160 different countries, create a cosmopolitan and lively learning environment for you to study in a range of subjects including engineering, mathematics, informatics, arts, social sciences, law, health and business
More than 25% of City University London staff are international through the place of their birth. City University London academics and research staff come from over 50 countries including the UK, America, Australia, India, Greece, Germany, Brazil, China, Maurits, Spain, Italy and Serbia.
City University London location in the centre of one of the world’s most exciting cities, their commitment to teaching quality and the success of our graduates in the work place together make City an ideal choice for students. City University London As the University for business and the professions they have close links with industry making City graduates amongst the most employable in the UK and beyond.
City University London has consistently ranked within the top 10 for employability and in the recent THE global rankings City University was amongst the top 5% institutions in the world.
City University London is London’s premier internationalist University for professional policy, practice and applied research, dedicated to preparing students for global careers, and working with global practitioners, research and educational partners. At the heart of City’s internationalisation strategy is the establishment and co-ordination of the World Cities World Class (WC2) University network which has been developed with the goal of bringing together top universities located in the heart of major world cities in order to address cultural, environmental and political issues of common interest to world cities and their universities. By promoting closer interaction between universities, local government and business communities, WC2 will help to create a forum where universities can be more responsive to the needs of their stakeholders in the context of world cities.