Category: City Alumni Stories

International Women’s Day: Celebrating Female Cass Alumnae

Our Cass alumni stories are a great way to find out where your Cass degree can take you. We’ve got alumni doing amazing, innovative things across the world – and this International Women’s Day we’re celebrating the female alumni we’ve featured recently. Claire Hall (left) studied MSc Charity Marketing and Fundraising (2014) but has lately…Continue Reading International Women’s Day: Celebrating Female Cass Alumnae

Good For Nothing?

Sean Anderson (BSc Business Studies, 2014) started working with his clothing company, Good For Nothing, while still at Cass – and launched his next collection just days after his final exam. With suppliers including JD Sports, a showcase on MTV and celebrity endorsements, it turns out that Sean is definitely good at this! He popped…Continue Reading Good For Nothing?

Meditating On Success

Stuart Ross (BSc Business studies, 1987) is all about growth, whether that’s in business where High Growth offers entrepreneurs a unique approach to scale their businesses rapidly, or with Business Mindfulness where the focus is on meditation, discipline and ‘enjoying the journey’. We sat down for a chat: Tell me about your time at Cass!…Continue Reading Meditating On Success

Why give later when you can Giv-Now?

Kaitlin Dunning (Transnational Media and Globalisation, 2015) is one of our newest additions to the Alumni Ambassador family and the mastermind behind Giv-Now; a platform that makes volunteering easier than popping a penny in a collection box. Read all about our newest recruit and her new app. Can you tell me about your time at…Continue Reading Why give later when you can Giv-Now?

Stonehenge Heritage & History

Alumnus Neil L. Thomas (Engineering, 1951) has written a number of books about the prehistoric landmark Stonehenge. The second in the series, Stonehenge Heritage & History concerns the history of the ancient monument in southern England and the people who built it. This book explains how arithmetic, geometry, linear measurements, geometric principles were well established…Continue Reading Stonehenge Heritage & History

A Phoenix Rising

 A firefighter from the age of 18, Clifford Thomspon (MA Narrative Non-Fiction Writing, 2012) has dealt with his fair share of disasters, now he writes about them. Here Clifford talks about his debut memoir Falling Through Fire.  Can you tell me about your time at City? I was at City from 2010 to 2012. I…Continue Reading A Phoenix Rising

365 days of Greece

Not only is Maria Repouskou (Global Migration, 2012) one of our amazing Alumni Ambassadors, she has also jointly set up a business venture that is going to transform Greece from a summer holiday hotspot to a destination for all seasons.    Can you tell me about your time at City? Being a student at City…Continue Reading 365 days of Greece

Court is in Recess

Katy Martley (Criminal Litigation, 2012) crossed continents to attain the qualification that would lead to her career as a Crown Prosecutor, and now she’s taking a break! Read Katy’s story to find out why she adjourned her legal career. So you moved from New Zealand to study at City, what was that like? I was…Continue Reading Court is in Recess