Your offer: what next?
Now you've applied to study at City what do you need to do next? Use the timeline below to remind you of the key dates and things you need to do before you join us.
A decision to study at City is a good decision. We are a top 20 UK university (Guardian University Guide) where you will learn from outstanding academic staff whose research and professional practice are transforming the world in which we live. Your course will equip you with the academic and professional skills that employers demand, as you would expect from a university dedicated to business and the professions. And you will benefit socially and culturally from City's location in the heart of London, one of the most exciting cities in the world.
11 March 2017
Register to attend an applicant day where you can speak to academics and students studying your course to get insight into what studying at City is like. All applicants will be invited to attend an Applicant Day, except those who have applied to study Journalism who will be invited to a separate selection day.
19 April 2017
This is your last chance to come along to an Applicant Day, so if you miss out on the event in March be sure to visit the Applicant Day webpages to book your place in April.
Again, all applicants will be invited to attend an Applicant Day except those who have applied to study Journalism, who will be invited to a separate selection day.
4 May 2017
'Reply by' deadline
If you received all of your decisions by 31st March 2017 then you must reply to your offers on UCAS by 4th May or they will be declined.
Start to prepare for university
You will have started your summer break, so think about doing a little reading to prepare for university study. We will send you an email with the reading list for your course, or you can find it on the applicant webpages for a head start.
17 August 2017
'A' Level Results Day
'A' Level results are released on 17th August 2017 so if you received a conditional offer from City we will be able to confirm your place if you met our conditions (fingers crossed!).