City University London

About City University London

City, University of London (City) or CUL as it is commonly called is a public research university and an independent member institution of the University of London that was established by the Royal Charter in 1836. The CUL was established in 1894 as the Northampton Institute and gradually metamorphosed into a university when The City University was created by royal charter in 1966. 

Types of programs offered at the university are short courses, bachelor, graduate, foundation, continuing professional development, and research degrees. More so, popular facilities at the university are interaction laboratory, City Sight, wind tunnels, performance and recording studios, etc.

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Number of Campuses – 2

Committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals


75.7% of City research rated as world leading 4* (23.3%) and internationally excellent 3* (52.4%) quality


Endowment – Pound 5 million 

Source: www.city.ac.uk

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