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  • City's strategy to improve its academic standing includes raising entry qualifications and focusing on the university’s strongest subjects at the expense of weakest.

    Courses have a practical edge, and many of the staff hold professional, as well as academic, qualifications. A number of interdisciplinary centres have been launched to increase collaborative teaching and research, as well as to build stronger links between industry and academia.

    There are about 18,000 students, and because around a third of them are from outside the EU and nearly half are postgraduates (both commanding higher fees), City is less dependent on Government funding than many other universities.

    The City Law School, which incorporated the Inns of Court School of Law in 2001 was the first in London to offer a “one-stop shop” for legal training, from undergraduate to professional courses.

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    Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB


    020 7040 5060
    ugadmissions@city.ac.uk
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