City was established in 1894 and is the newest member institute of the University of London, having joined in 2016. City is composed of five Schools: City's Business School, the City Law School, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering and the School of Arts & Social Sciences.
City offers over 61 undergraduate and 150 taught postgraduate courses attracting students from over 150 countries while our academic staff span more than 75 nationalities. Almost all undergraduate courses offer the opportunity to undertake a work or clinical placement or a period studying abroad, allowing students to broaden their horizons and professional network while gaining critical skills.
'Mahatma' Gandhi, Clement Attlee, Jawaharlal Nehru, Margaret Thatcher, and Tony Blair, have been taught at what is now The City Law School.