What’s on at City – the latest news and events.
Welcome to our mindful community
Online, drop-in mindfulness sessions from the Centre for Excellence in Mindfulness Research (CEMR) at City, University of London,resume for the new term.
Concerns over pension fund collapse following mini-budget is “hyperbole”, according to Bayes pensions expert
Professor Andrew Clare believes most pensions schemes will emerge from the Chancellor’s fiscal statement in a healthy state.
City, University of London businesses earn funding boosts with bright plans for the future
Grants awarded to support Launch Lab businesses at City, University of London.
Food for two, or twenty-two
When Music alumna Meliz Berg released a cookbook focused on comfort food, it shot straight to the top of the Sunday Times’ bestseller list.
Uncertainty on the markets “will lead to forced property sales”
Bayes real estate markets expert says dynamic interest rates will cause a headache for lenders and cost recent borrowers on fixed rates.
Cutting stamp duty tax is a smokescreen during rising mortgage rates and fewer buyers
Business School Professor says the elderly have been left behind in the latest budget announcement by “reckless Government.”
City DS’ Trailblazing Machine Learning Pathways in FinTech
This seminar will look at City DS’ Trailblazing Machine Learning Pathways in FinTech.
, 16:00 – 17:00
In Conversation With Ayisha Malik
We are delighted to welcome author Ayisha Malik to City, University of London.
, 18:00 – 20:00
Location: Northampton Square, B104 and Pavilion
Audience: Academics; Alumni; Public; Staff; Students
Research Seminar in Economics: Ludvig Sinander
This weekly seminar series invites speakers to present their current research across all fields of economics. This week's speaker is Ludvig Sinander.
, 15:00 – 16:30
Location: Rhind Building, Room D427
Audience: Academics; Students
Undergraduate Open Day
Open Days are a great opportunity to visit City, University of London to see if it is the right choice for you.
, 10:00 – 15:30
Location: Northampton Square, On-campus
Audience: Prospective students
Juliet Fraser: Wave Songs
Juliet Fraser performs new works for voice and electronics by Nwando Ebizie and Newton Armstrong, alongside Alvin Lucier's hypnotic Wave Songs.
, 19:00 – 20:00
Location: Performance Space
Pixel Perfect Photos using Deep Learning
An introduction to AI, deep learning and its application to computational photography.
, 16:00 – 17:00