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  4. City & the community
  5. Sustainable City
  6. Working at City
  7. Facts about City
  8. International Partnerships
  1. Why Work at City
  2. Facilities for Staff
About City

Facilities for Staff

We have a range of facilities available to our employees, which help to enhance and support the enjoyment of working at City. We want all of our employees to experience an excellent quality of life and believe in providing facilities that help support this aim.

All employees can use the City library where they can access large printed collections covering a range of disciplines, substantial electronic resources and a wide range of flexible services delivered through five site libraries. We also have an onsite bookshop where you can purchase books relating to subjects taught at City and a good selection of books for leisure reading.

For those looking to take advantage of the education environment, City is able to offer will find plenty to choose from such as interesting and thought provoking seminars to our stimulating concert series which comprises of performances by students and professional musicians. You can also take advantage of our programme of evening and weekend courses that are on offer throughout the year, which are open to employees at significantly discounted rates.

The wellbeing of our employees is important to us and has seen the introduction of a healthy campus initiative. This initiative provides support to help our employees make informed choices on how to live their life. Through fostering a more harmonious, positive working environment we aim to help employees to succeed whilst working at City. Employees also have free access to our onsite occupational health service which offers advice on all aspects of work as well as our staff counselling service, which can also be accessed free of charge.

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.