City, University of London
- Published: Friday, 11 October 2013 13:48
The University has come a long way since it was founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute.
Today, City's research covers areas as diverse as compressor technology, climate change, optometry, data visualisation and economic theory.
Few universities are as deeply embedded in business and the professions as City, and organisations can benefit from a comprehensive range of business services: from student placements and internships to collaborative research including Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, consultancy and commercialisation to Continuing Professional Development, Executive Education and short courses. Start-ups and small enterprises can take advantage of City's incubation support programmes or benefit from co-working space in the heart of Tech City. Students and graduates learn vital professional and entrepreneurial skills during their time at the University, ready to join employers large and small.
For more information on how City supports businesses and the services on offer, contact the Enterprise Office (email@example.com).
Supported by EIT Digital, City, University of London’s AI Research Centre and Institute for Cyber Security will lead two new doctoral training programmes.
City scholars embark on a knowledge transfer partnership (KTP) with Beryl with assistance from Innovate UK.
Keltbray Group and City, University of London have been awarded funding for a KTP which will result in advancements in deep foundation design and construction.
The resulting technical solutions will yield unprecedented efficiencies in the construction of foundations.
City’s Social Enterprise Festival was a public platform focused on making an impact through innovative workshops, debates and competitions.
The Global Careers Series has received overwhelmingly positive feedback, particularly on accessing information on educational exchange and securing employment.
This initiative highlights the technological breakthrough made by City University London in collaboration with Brecknell Willis, specialists in railway electrification.
Eatro is an online platform that allows time-poor Londoners to connect with ‘home chefs'
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