Research
  1. About our research
  2. Spotlight on research
  3. Research in our departments and centres
  4. Research publications
  5. Research and Enterprise
  6. City's Research Excellence Framework 2014
  7. Research Degrees
Research

Research in our departments and centres

We are committed to academic excellence. Through research our academic staff seek to advance knowledge in our areas of specialism and to bring value to society.

Research Departments

Cass Business School

Research at Cass Business School is comprised of 15 research centres, two centres of excellence and one research and special interest group. Discover more about research centres at Cass Business School.

Learn more about Research at Cass Business School.

School of Arts and Social Sciences

The School of Arts and Social Sciences is comprised of 28 research centres across seven departments, including:

Learn more about research centres at the School of Arts and Social Sciences.

School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Science's research is organised into six Research Centres, each of which has a general focus. Within each centre are a varying number of Research Groups that have a more specific focus to their research.

Research centres

The City Law School

The City Law School's internationally recognised experts lead research across a diverse range of areas, including criminal law, human rights, intellectual property & information technology and public law. The primary purpose of this research is creating value for society, both locally (in London and the UK) and globally.

Specialist Research Centres

Cass Business School

School of Arts and Social Sciences

School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

School of Health Sciences

The City Law School

Interdisciplinary City

Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice

The Centre intends to become the UK leader in the teaching, research and transfer of creativity in professional practice, ranging from informatics and engineering to business and the arts.

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City Collaborative Transport Hub

The City Collaborative Transport Hub is a network of interdisciplinary activity at City, University of London centred on transport challenges.

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Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism

The Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism is the first major interdisciplinary centre in the UK to develop a broad yet focused interface between law, justice and journalism in society.

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Research and Enterprise support for staff.

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