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The School of Arts & Social Sciences at City University London provides a rigorous and challenging educational environment where the student is placed squarely at the heart of all that we do. We combine first-class teaching with an exciting range of postgraduate courses to ensure that what you learn with us equips you for your career ahead and our links with industry and the City of London serve to underline this goal.
We focus on a range of subject areas including:
- International Politics
- Culture & Creative Industries (including Creative Writing, Cultural Policy & Management, Publishing and Translation)
We are proud of the high employability of our graduates. As the University for business and the professions, we have strong links with industry and help to build links between our students and their careers. Our programmes provide applicable skills and a knowledge base which will enable you to operate effectively as a professional from day one of your chosen career. Our staff are highly regarded in their fields, with many contributing to the academic and public discussions through articles, conferences, media commentary and research. The School also advises the UK Government, the EU and international organisations through collaborations and consultancy work.
The School of Arts & Social Sciences at City University London is committed to providing financial support to high-calibre students through its generous scholarship scheme. Applicants who meet our entry requirements will be automatically considered for a non-means tested scholarship as part of the application process.
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The Audiovisual Translation and Popular Culture postgraduate course is for you, if you. are interested in popular culture, films, TV, literature, comics or graphic novels. Read more
The course is suitable for recent graduates in economics, psychology and related social science or quantitative disciplines who are looking to develop a career in the fast-paced world of behavioural economics, either in the public or private sector. Read more
This course is suitable for students with a first degree, looking to become well-rounded broadcast journalists. You will have a keen interest in TV and radio news and current affairs plus sport, lifestyle and national and international politics. Read more
The MSc Business Economics / International Business Economics is for students who want to apply economics to real-world issues. Read more
This Masters is ideal for those who have an undergraduate degree in Psychology or a related discipline and would like to build more knowledge and skills highly valued both in academic research and the clinical professions. Read more
The Graduate Certificate in Counselling Psychology is for students who are planning to go on and do further graduate work, whether through a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology or a related profession. Read more
This master’s programme is designed for those with an ambition to write within the range of non-fiction genres. Running over two years, it attracts students from a wide variety of backgrounds and ages, all of whom work closely within workshop and tutorial settings to produce a publishable work. Read more
Our Creative Writing programme is suitable for writers who want to develop their practice and complete a full length piece of work, or for experienced playwrights who wish to gain a familiarity with writing for the screen, or experienced screenwriters who wish to gain a grounding in theatre writing. Read more
This course will appeal to both experienced and new writers who wish to gain the knowledge and skills relevant to professional practice in commercial settings which produce creative content for print and across digital formats. Read more