During Postgraduate Open Evenings you will learn more about our postgraduate courses and discover all the benefits of studying at City, University of London.
Our spring Open Evening is taking place today Wednesday 2nd June 2021. In light of the current situation, the event is hosted virtually.
Please note: online bookings are now closed. If you haven’t registered your place but would like to attend our event, you can still do so by using the following links to access the six chat rooms available throughout the event.
Please take a look at our Open Evening guide where you will find further details about the event, including the full list of represented courses, a range of pre-recorded presentations, the links to the six main chat rooms (as per above) and a selection of course live sessions that you can join at the scheduled time.
If you are interested in a postgraduate degree offered at the Business School (formerly Cass), please visit the MSc events or MBA events pages to read more about any additional events.
What can you expect at City's Virtual Postgraduate Open Evening?
Our Virtual Postgraduate Open Evening is a perfect opportunity to find out if City is the right choice for you. You will be able to:
- Learn about the postgraduate taught courses we offer
- Chat with academics, admissions and current students
- View a range of pre-recorded presentations from academics, support services and students (accessible for event guide)
- Take part in course live sessions (certain courses only as outlined in the guide)
- Get answers to your questions about course structure, application process, entry criteria, fees and scholarships available
- Obtain information and guidance on student life at City.
Studying at City
At City, we have a comprehensive choice of postgraduate courses, degrees and programmes for any career choice. See our full range of postgraduate courses.
You can also learn more about what it's like to study at City as a postgraduate student here:
Attendance at City events is subject to our terms and conditions.
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