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The Tab, online newspaper founded by City Alumnus, sponsors new journalism bursary
City University London is delighted to announce a new bursary for prospective MA Newspaper Journalism orMore)
Journalist alumnus Andrew Marshall wins Pulitzer Prize
City University London alumnus Andrew Marshall has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. He becomes the first graduate from City\'s Journalism Department to win the prestigious prize. Andrew was recognised with colleague Jason S (More)
Annual Scholarships, Prizes and Bursaries Evening 2014
One of the most enjoyable events in our academic year, according to the Vice-Chancellor of City University London Professor Paul Curran, i (More)
Annual London Reunion 2014 at City
Every year City University London alumni are invited back to their alma mater for the Annual Reunion in London. The event gives former students and members of staff an opportunity to catch up and network while enjoying refreshing drinks and lovely fo (More)
Congratulations to Class of 2014
Nearly 2000 students have received their degrees at City University London summer graduation ceremonies. The successes of City’s six schools were recognised during the celebrations at the Barbican in the heart of the City of London. City was also del (More)
City alumna\'s play about Muslim female boxers is being performed at this year\'s Edinburgh Festival
No Guts, No Heart, No Glory, a play written by City University London alumna Aisha Zia is being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Aisha, who studied for an MA in Playwriting and Screenwriting at City, now works as a part of Common Wea (More)
Enjoy reading pocket-sized stories? You will love Sixpenny, a literary magazine founded by a couple of City Alumnae.
Once upon a time Elizabeth Leonard and Kate Thomas graduated from the Creative Writing (Novels) programme at City University London. They both had a comm (More)
Arts Management alumnus and also Orchestra Conductor, Timothy Carey, will be at the Singapore Lyric Opera season
Born in London, Timothy Carey studied the cello and the piano from a young age. He then went on to study conducting with Professor Ilya Musin at the St Peter (More)
Sparks of student talent at City
The winners of CitySpark 2011, the University-wide competition for enterprising student ideas, received their prizes at an awards ceremony on Thursday 10 March in College Building. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Curran, congratulated the teams (More)
Postgraduate Open Evening
The next Postgraduate open events for the School of Arts, School of Informatics, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, School of Community and Health Sciences and School of Social Sciences are to be held on Tuesday 28th June 2011 from 17:0 (More)
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