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City University London announces tuition fees for 2012/13

City University London's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Curran announced last evening that the University has set its tuition fees for Home and EU undergraduate students for 2012 entry at 9,000gbp per year.
by Sarah Birdsall

The announcement took place at a dinner at The Mansion House hosted by City's Chancellor, The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of London, Alderman Michael Bear.

Professor Curran also announced plans to invest in a range of widening participation and student retention initiatives, subject to the agreement of the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). They will include matched funding for the new National Student Scholarship scheme and outreach activities such as maths tutoring, master-classes, summer schools and a host of subject-specific programmes.

City University London is a global university committed to academic excellence, focused on business and the professions with particularly close and longstanding links with The City of London.

Among the top 5% of universities in the world (according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2010/11), City's graduates are highly sought after by employers as demonstrated by its ranking as 10th in the UK for both employability (The Times Good University Guide 2011) and graduate starting salaries (The Sunday Times University Guide 2011).

Founded in 1894, City will celebrate its first half century since gaining University title in 2016.

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