The Food Policy Unit will move from the School of Health Sciences to the School of Social Sciences, with effect from Wednesday 1st August. There will be no changes to programmes or activity as a result of the move.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
This life-changing programme, in which promising Israeli and Palestinian students study together, continues to be one of City’s success stories. If you’d like to find out more, or would like to hear about recent developments, please go to the new website: http://www.city.ac.uk/olive-tree
City’s Nursing and Midwifery education will vacate the Princess Alexandra Building in Whitechapel this month drawing to a close an era lasting more than 20 years.
City retained its position as the 29th most highly rated University in the UK in the THE Table of Tables, which is based on a compilation of rankings published by The Complete University Guide, The Good University Guide and The … Continue reading
Our new open access repository service, City Research Online (CRO), has appeared in the latest global Ranking Web of World Repositories (http://repositories.webometrics.info) CRO was rated 1,141st out of 1,518 repositories. Institutions with comparable rankings include the Universities of Aberdeen and … Continue reading
Jennifer Francis gained her MA in Cultural Leadership in 2011. Prior to her new appointment she served as Head of Press and Marketing at the Royal Academy and has held numerous roles in marketing, media relations, public affairs and communications … Continue reading
Specsavers has entered the healthcare mobile application market with the release of the free-to-download Specsavers Sight Check app. Designed by David Thomson, Professor of Optometry and visual science at City University London, the app features a series of tests that … Continue reading
Do you think companies should be encouraged to make food healthier or should healthy eating be left up to individuals?
Tim Lang, our Professor of Food Policy, has been in the paper recently talking about the Responsibility Deal. Read the article
Guardian article featuring Stephania Xydia (CPM 2011) who ‘has chosen to stay and tough it out in her home country of Greece’
The results from the recent Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey are out now and show where our 2010/2011 grads are working, what jobs they’re doing and how much they’re being paid.
If you graduated in June 2012, you will be contacted this winter to take part in the Destinations Survey. We will ask for two minutes of your time and your contribution will help the university advise current students about the … Continue reading