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Research degrees

Whether it is blue-sky research, research into policy, or action research linked to professional development programmes, it is happening at City and is at the heart of City activity.

nullCity has been involved in pioneering research for more than 100 years and continues to develop new areas of national and international importance. In the past few years, City has grown substantially in a number of key research areas, demonstrated in the substantial upward shift by 14 places in the national league tables following the publication of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise results.

From high-tech computing applications to evidence-based healthcare research programmes, major funding awards have been allocated, won by City from Research Councils, the European Union, professional bodies, charitable foundations, industry and commerce.

Research plays an integral role in the activities of the institution and one of City's four main strategic goals is to develop research and knowledge transfer for those wishing to understand and influence strategy, policy and practice.

The role of research at City

As a research student at City, you will be part of a culture which encourages discovery and enterprise. You will find a supportive environment in which high-quality research is both expected and encouraged, and which allows you to concentrate on your work.

City Graduate School

The City Graduate School is a new institutional initiative which aims to enhance the research student experience at City by providing a focus for the City's research degrees provision. The Graduate School works in close partnership with the academic Schools of City in order to meet the diverse needs of our research student body.

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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.