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Find out what your Student Officers have been up to this term...

Things we learnt at NUS International Leaders Conference
The students we met at International Student Leaders Conference

Visas, snacks and friends. We left campus for a day to find out what NUS is doing for International Student's in the U.K.

We're launching CitySucceeds

Kristina your SU President and Liberation officers has launched City Succeeds, here's why and how to get involved!

RAG Week is nearly here...

We're supporting the work of two amazing charities

Autumn By-Election 2018: The Results

The following candidates have been elected...

Launching Liberation Lunches

We've launched our liberation lunches, that include FREE Pizza.

Islamophobia Awareness Month

Join us for our Islamophobia Awareness Month events

Autumn By-Elections: Notice of Poll

The candidates standing for election are as follows..

Autumn Elections 2.0

Worried you missed your chance to stand in our elections? It’s not too late!

Notice of By-Election

Nomination for the remaining Student Leader positions go live on Monday..

Autumn Election 2018: The Results

The results are in and your newly elected Student Leaders are as follows..

Autumn Elections 2018: Notice of Poll

Nominations are closed and the following candidates are seeking election..

World Mental Health Day: Accessing Support at City

World Mental Health Day, a day observed internationally every 10th October with the aim of ‘raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health’

Autumn 2018 Leadership Elections are here!

Nominate yourself for a position now!

Society Autumn By-Election 2018 Results

The City Students' Union Autumn 2018 By-Elections have now closed.

Starting at City? Check out our top tips

Our advice for starting at City...

Five Reasons to Buy a Welcome Wristband

Save money, make friends, avoid FOMO.

We've created a society for every subject!

In the start of my term, one of my main priority was to achieve 100% academic societies because of its importance of creating communities for the cohorts. I knew the importance of having an Academic Society available for the students.
Academic Societies create and develop communities at City in which every student feels they belong, feel supported and feels respected.

Academic Impact Awards 2018: The Results
Academic Impact Awards agenda award flyer

It’s official – here are your Academic Impact Award winners 2018!

We've secured a new storage space for all student groups!

Good news for all the student groups: We now have a new storage space which is bigger, safer, and more accessible to all!

Exceptionalism at City!

We are fast coming toward the end of the academic year and there were a few student this year that we thought we could highlight all their incredible work they’ve done in order to enhance the student experience at City.

Green for Grenfell Day

On 14th June 2018 it will be exactly a year since Grenfell Tragedy, the deadliest fire in the modern British history that has taken lives of at least 72 people including 18 children. They should not and will not be forgotten.

Student Lifestyle Survey

Does your long commute affect your ability to study when you get to campus? Tell us more to win!

Goodbye and Farewell

Olesea, Malek and Zulkaif share their departing message as they leave their roles as City Students' Union sabbatical team.

NUS Black Students' Conference

Malek Arab (VP Education) and Zulkaif Riaz (VP Activities and Development) Attended Black students' Conference and speak about their experience of the Conference.

Power Nap Sessions - Recharge Your Batteries!

The Students' Union is running Power Nap Sessions as part of our Study Well campaign. Come , recharge your batteries and prove that there is a real demand for permanent napping facilities on campus!

Academic Impact Awards 2018: The Shortlist
Academic Impact Awards logo

We are excited to announce the shortlist for this year’s Academic Impact Awards!

Ali appointed on Association of Optometrists Council!

A student of Optometry at City, University of London has been appointed a unique position within a national official body for the second year running.

Academic Impact Awards 2018
Academic Impact Awards logo

We are excited to announce that the panel have met and decisions have been made!

The BEACON IS BACK (Est.1958)

The student-led newspaper must talk about real issues affecting the students at this time given the number of significant changes that are happening around them. Students must be educated to be at the forefront of the fight for great mental health resources to help students, to fighting for Free Education and the potential impact that hidden course costs can have on students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

City, University of London has released it's Exam Timetable!

If you don't know already the University Examination timetable has been released!

Academic Impact Awards

The Academic Impact Awards shall take place on the 24th of May with the deadline of nominations very soon!

Islamophobia Awareness Month

This month sees the introduction of Islamophobia Awareness Month!

Islamic Society raised over £15,000 in One Week!

The Islamic Society of City raised a magnificent £15,273.19 in one week for a charitable cause, doubling their figure from their campaign last year! They had 60 students do a sponsored mountain climb to Snowdonia, each raising over £200 in sponsorships.

We have ensured the University’s Exam Timetable has been released on time!

Today sees the release of the University’s Exam Timetable for January 2018. This has been released on time and as planned by the University.

Winners Announced in the SU Carrot Awards 2018

Established 83 years ago, our prestigious awards took place again last night. Here are your complete list of winners.

Crushed the Cougars AGAIN!

City keeps the Cup! City Sports Teams have done it again. A Very WellDone and a Massive Congratulations to City’s Sports Teams for winning “Thames River Trophy” Varsity against Kingston for the second time yesterday. City taking 2-0 lead in the series.

This is who you've chosen to represent you!

Thank you to all who took the time to vote - here are the full results!

Students Drop-In Sessions: The Strike Consultation

Join us for a consultation about the impact of the strike on students on 19th & 26th March between 3 and 5 pm in the Student Hub (Students' Union, Level 1, Tait Building)

The Annual Checkmate - Chess Tournament & More

Like chess? Come and join us at the 1st City Chess Tournament in Great Hall on 28th March from 1.30 pm

Nominate an excellent student for a Students' Union Carrot Award!

Until 21st March we're taking nominations for awards including "Student Group of the Year" and the prestigious Students' Union "Carrot" Awards...

The STRIKE - What can you do about it?

We are at the end of the third week of the UCU strike with another 5-days strike week fast approaching at more than 60 Universities in UK including City...

International Culture Show - Celebrating our DiverCity

Diversity is about sharing our similarities and celebrating differences.

See The Amazing Academic Impact We've Achieved

We want to shout about some of the many great things our team have achieved. We're so proud about how much our Programme Reps, Officers, Staff, Societies and students have done

See The Amazing Academic Impact We've Achieved

We want to shout about some of the many great things our team have achieved. We're so proud about how much our Programme Reps, Officers, Staff, Societies and students have done

City Students’ Union Stance on UCU USS Strike

We are glad to announce that last night at the Student Members meeting, City students have voted in support of encouraging the University and UCU to continue discussions to prevent further actions being taken and for a reasonable solution to be found as soon as possible to minimise the negative impact on the student experience.

Your Union, Your Voice, Your Vote!

City Students' Union will be hosting its annual Student Members' Meeting on Thursday 15th February 2018.

Students will be voting on issues that affect you!

All Student Members of the Union can attend, submit motions and participate in debate at Student Council

Notice of Election 2018

City Students' Union announces the Leadership Elections 2018, check out the Notice of Election for more information!

Programme Reps Welcome Receptions
School of Health Sciences Welcome Reception

A Review of our Programme Rep Welcome Receptions that happened throughout October and November.

Food Survey 2017 - The Results!

Between November 2016 and January 2017, the Students’ Union ran a Food Survey Campaign in order to gather student feedback on the catering offer on campus, here we announce the results of that campaign!

City Sports

Friendship, challenge, personal health, enjoyment are only some of the benefits of being a member of sports team. In 2017, twenty-eight teams competed over nine different sports against Kingston across two days in March in a bid to win “Thames river trophy”. After two days of sporting action which also includes a special appearance by City Wolf, City were Victorious.

Highlights from Student Council

Find out what happened at our first Student Council meeting of the year!

Cocktails are back to CityBar!

At the beginning of this academic year it was brought to my attention that cocktails were no longer allowed to be served at CityBar. We received feedback from students that they wanted to be able to purchase cocktails and were surprised they weren’t part of the offering already.

City Community – What would you change?

Do you feel like you belong to a community at City? Let us know what we could do to make the sense of community even stronger.

See the winners of our Autumn Elections

See the full results from The Leadership Elections: Autumn Edition. These students start representing you straight away

Olesea: What I've been up to in the last few months

Happy Thursday! Below you will find a summary of key activities that I undertook since starting my role of the President of City Students' Union...

Zulkaif: Black Attainment Gap?

I recently had the chance to look and research about black attainment gap and to my surprise the difference in figures was astonishing, given a study conducted by...

We just increased societies' funding by £13,000

It’s a huge increase to what our societies are able to access, and I'm really excited about what happens next.

Win: Here's where you can find the new desk spaces

City Students’ Union has been working with City, University of London around the closure of the Graduate Library space that occurred in September 2016.

After you said the Uni made the wrong choice, we stepped in

Zain Ismail, your Vice President, Education, tell us how he managed to reverse some unfair marks that were given out in a couple of modules, and how you can get involved.

Wins: Extended hours for food at CityBar

Sheikh explains our latest bit of good news for our students

We've made our decision on the newspaper policies

Two contrasting policies concerning the media have been passed, so this is what we'll do about it.

Leadership Conference 17

We look back at our workshop-filled day, delivered to students by CityCareers, Learning Enhancement and Development, the National Union of Students, ExperienceCity and CityLibrary.

The Full Results From The Leadership Elections 2017

We've broken down the votes for each of the positions, stage by stage.

What I Discovered By Voting In The Elections

Yes, many of you think nothing will change or you are being told things that are impossible. But, you’re wrong.

City Students’ Union decides to NOT Boycott the NSS

The Union has taken the decision to continue to work with the City, University of London to promote the National Student Survey (NSS)