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Professor Keith Pilbeam is a Professor of International Economics and Finance at City University London. He obtained his PhD from the European University Institute in Florence. He has worked for NatWest Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland and has do...
An ongoing series of talks and lectures given by academic staff at City University. Find out what really goes on inside your head with City's department of Psychology. (iPod/iPhone version)
City's music students not only perform, but benefit from expert tuition in our series of masterclasses hosted by famous musicians. Watch the students' performances and take advantage of the support they get from our distinguished guests.
Lectures and presentations given by members of staff at City University's department of Sociology.
This seminar was hosted at City University London on 14 September 2011. It was part of a series organised by the Open University and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council with additional funding from BISA.
This second-year Cognitive Psychology course provides a broad introduction (in three lectures) to some key topics in the Psychology of visual attention; there is also one lecture providing a brief introduction to models of reading and acquired dyslexia...
At this event, organised by the Career and Skills Development Service, professionals from five leading companies spoke about routes into their industries, particularly for sociology graduates. City University is ranked 10th in the UK for employability.
London's cultural scene is famous. City's place in the heart of London gives us a unique take on the cultural and creative industries. This podcast explores the themes and issues involved in making London's culture happen, and brings together talks, le...
On September 13-14, 2012, the MMIIDA network (Migration, Multiculturalism, Integration & Identity – Dialogical Approaches) held its 2nd international meeting at City University London. The event was organised by Dr Sarah Scuzzarello, City Univers...
Library Services City University London. Print, digital & professional training resources. Practical, innovative study spaces for independent & group learning.
Lectures and research seminars given by leading academics in politics and international relations. This series, including City University London’s own staff and guest speakers, invites you to explore the education and research activity happening in ...
This one-day conference organised by the City Political Economy Research Centre (CITYPERC) brought together researchers and academics from the UK and Europe to discuss different perspectives on poverty. The conference was held at City University London...
Highlights from the panel discussion jointly hosted by City University London and the Carnegie Trust UK, convened to discuss the findings and recommendations from "Better Journalism in the Digital Age". This report is the Carnegie UK Trus...
Dr Stian Reimers is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Psychology at City University London. In this podcast series, he guides us through the fascinating world of the psychology of time.
A conference on SLCN in older children and young people in June 2011. Co-hosted by the Department of Language and Communication Science, City University London, and the two main charities who support children and young people with SLCN: I Can and Afasic.
Learning resources for School of Community and Health Sciences aimed primarily at nursing, midwifery, radiography, optometry and speech and language therapy students
Sharpen up your study skills and personal organisation with these lectures and seminars given by leading academics and professionals at City University London, as well as interviews with some of the University's students.
Aseptic dressing technique,Opening sterile pack, Arranging sterile pack content, Putting on sterile gloves.
City University London presents a half day seminar exploring the public value of the BBC. The seminar offers a range of perspectives on the BBC's role in public life, discussing the BBC Trust, science reporting, research with the BBC and public service...
The Student Centre at Northampton Square brings together a comprehensive range of support activities, making them easily accessible to our students.
A series of episodes explaining what audio podcasts are and how to produce and publish them.
The 4th annual Learning @ City Conference, where education comes to life.
City University London is a leading global University committed to academic excellence, focused on business and the professions and located in the heart of London. These videos provide an insight into what makes City a special place.
Building on previous modules on the MA Cultural Policy and Management, this elective explores key issues within contemporary UK cultural policy. The module is structured around a central narrative of public policy, culture and identity in modernity. Th...
Concerts, lectures and recitals from the Performance Space at City University London. Join us for performances from some exceptionally talented musicians.
Link and staff exchange programme between the East London Foundation Trust, and the Butabika hospital in Uganda.In September 2008 mental health service users and providers from the East London Foundation Trust visited a mental health service in Uganda.
Following the news that the Greek government decided to close down the public broadcaster ERT and make its employees redundant as part of the latest public spending cuts imposed to meet the terms of the country's bailout deal, this free one day confere...
In this series, leading academic researchers in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at City University discuss some of the main issues surrounding Barack Obama in the race to the White House 2012.
Public Lectures from City University London
In this lunchtime panel discussion, four distinguished speakers from the Department of Economics and the Journalism School at City University, London were invited to present their ideas on the causes and consequences of the financial crisis.
Barcamp is a free-to-attend weekend unconference for designers, developers and geeks of all types. BCL9 was held at City University London on the 29th–30th October 2011. Here you can watch some of the sessions from the weekend. This podcast series ha...