Blog

UK Government poised to break international law

As the UK government looks intent on breaking international law, it is down to those of us interested in politics to try and understand what’s happening. To do this, we need to confront questions around what makes up the study of politics, and how different analytical approaches can shed lights on the actions we see every day.

Tips on hosting accessible online meetings with deaf and hard of hearing people

Tips for including deaf and hard of hearing people in an online meeting from our lipreading department at City Lit.

Top 10 best languages to learn in 2020

Being able to speak another language is an invaluable skill. What language should you choose to study? Read about our top 10 recommended languages to learn in 2020.

'Legends Calling' a new installation by Louisa Smurthwaite

 ‘Legends Calling’, one of 14 installations that make up Wembley Park’s new Art Trail is created by renowned artist, lighting designer and Foundation Art & Design student Louisa Smurthwaite.

City Lit and WDP partner for a third time to provide learning opportunities to those in recovery

We're delighted to announce that we have renewed our partnership with leading drug and alcohol charity WDP, for a third successive year

America: the most warlike nation in the history of the world?

America has been embroiled in military conflicts for almost its entire history. What lessons can we take from America’s Wars? How do they reflect the changing role and status of America in the world, and in itself?

How to get published - a comprehensive guide

City Lit tutor, published author and poet, Helen Cox, on how to write a book and get it published

Meet the Head of School: Claudio Guasti

Meet our Head of School for Languages and Cultures, Claudio Guasti. We recently had a chat with Claudio to find out what he loves most about his role at City Lit and what students should expect from studying a language.

Counselling skills for work and for ‘a better you’

Whether you are interested in studying counselling as a way to begin a rich and rewarding career or to develop your personal and human capacities, we have highlighted five ways our Counselling: an introduction course can help you to become ‘a better you’.

Adapting to change to support the deaf community

There is no doubting that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new challenges to the deaf community. As a very social community, people who communicate through British Sign Language depend on face-to-face interaction. COVID-19 has made us completely re-think how to continue delivering our various courses to give deaf students the best possible learning experience.

1 - 10 of 665
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9