Meet other students

City has a diverse, interesting student body and loads of different activities to get involved in. Sometimes it can be difficult to meet people who are on a different course to you. Occasionally, it might be nice to break out of the student bubble for a change.


Whether you want to meet people who share your interests or those who are completely different, we’ve highlighted several ways you can meet fellow students below.

 

How can I meet other students?

Cass Undergraduate Programme - Your route to career success, professional placement programme
A key part of a Cass Business School degree is the opportunity to gain professional work experience.  All undergraduate students can apply to undertake an optional one-year paid work... More
Panel events, run in collaboration with top employers and City alumni, consist of a series of presentations followed by a networking reception. The aim of the events are to help you understand the... More
Volunteer to help benefit the local community through a variety of one-off, weekly or monthly projects. We run one-offs to give you the opportunity to try out volunteering without having to make a... More
City career fairs are formally structured events where 20 to 35 employers are represented, each with their own stand. This is a rare opportunity to meet lots of companies within just a couple of... More
The Santander Placement and Internship Programme is open to final year students and recent graduates from City University London.  The programme works with SMEs (Small & Medium Enterprises)... More
Earn money whilst building employability skills filling temporary roles on and off-campus More
The Sprint Programme is a fantastic opportunity for women undergraduates, from all backgrounds, ages and stages in their lives and study, regardless of their subject, department or career aspirations... More
Programme Reps are at the heart of the Students’ Union. Programme Reps are the first line of contact for the University and the SU in gaining honest and relevant feedback – both good and bad – from... More
Green Dragons is an exciting project that supports City students and staff to bring their sustainability idea with an impact on the University and/or the local community to life! We have... More
City's Enactus team is part of an international non-profit organization that brings together student, academic and business leaders who are committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to... More