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City Lit creative writing student and tutor co-author picture book together

A City Lit creative writing student has co-authored a new book alongside one of the Creative Writing tutors at the college - although they were brought together by chance.

Submit your bold business ideas for the Mayor of London Entrepreneur Prize

Entries are now open for the Mayor of London's Entrepreneur PrizeThe Mayor of London runs an annual competition where students from colleges and universities all over London are challen

Penny Joelson selected for World Book Day 2018 recognition

City Lit creative writing tutor Penny Joelson’s latest novel for young adults has been recognised as one of the recommended reads for World Book Day 2018.

Student Centre nominated for TES FE Professional Services Team of the Year award

Congratulations to our Student Centre team, whose work has been recognised with a nomination for the ‘Professional Services Team of the Year’ award at the 2018 TES FE Awards.

Former City Lit student Joe Butler gets award from OCN London

Former City Lit student Joe Butler has been awarded a bursary for outstanding academic achievement from not-for-profit charity OCN London.

Make your voice heard - join the City Lit student panel

Keen to make sure your voice is heard at City Lit? We're looking for volunteers to join our student panel and help us improve the student experience at City Lit.

City Lit call for lifelong learning to be central to education policy in The House magazine

City Lit has recently had an article published in The House magazine from CEO and Principal Mark Malcomson, calling for lifelong learning to be considered more clos

City Lit writing student's play to start run at Waterloo East Theatre

City Lit student Matilda Velevitch has won two theatre accolades for her play 'Three Mothers', which will be opening at the Waterloo East Theatre on October 31st.

City Lit’s Stephen Bush wins Patron’s Award at Festival of Learning

City Lit student Stephen Bush has been announced as the Festival of Learning Patron’s Award winner for his exceptional achievement in adult learning. This award was presented to Stephen by HRH, the Princess Royal, as the Learning and Work Institute's Patron, and celebrates individuals who have transformed their own lives through learning.

City Lit Awards celebrate student and staff across the college

The City Lit Awards took place on Thursday night, celebrating the outstanding work and achievements of various students and staff from across the college, as well as the transformation adult learning can bring.

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