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Salary Scales

The salary scales that are currently in use at City, University of London as well as additional information relating to the setting of starting salaries and salary progression can be viewed using the links above.

The reference salary is derived from the outcome of pay negotiations currently determined through the Universities & Colleges Employers Association .

The 2017/18 new JNCHES pay round has now been concluded and all participating institutions have been informed by UCEA that we may implement the pay uplift with effect from 1st August 2017.

City's pay scales have therefore been updated to incorporate a rise of 1.7% to all scale points (with the exception of points 2 to 16 where the increase is between 1.72% and 2.43%) effective from 1 August 2017.

City, University of London does not show London Allowance separately as this was assimilated into the reference salary scales on 1st August 2004.

Professorial and Grade 9 salaries are not published externally but are a consecutive series of locally determined fixed salary points with no automatic incremental scale. The professorial and equivalent range is adjusted in line with national pay determination.

Please contact Human Resources if you require further clarification on scale points and for further information relating to the salary scales in place at City, University of London.

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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.