City Lit Blog


Art and illustration commission opportunity

We would like to announce, following a successful Art’s Council bid, that we are able to offer 2 book illustration commission opportunities to our students.

Deaf Education Team feature in political debate

A member of our Deaf Education Team was selected to ask a direct question to a group of politicians at a hustings debate this week organised by Action on Hearing Loss, which focused on providing accessible political services for people with hearin

The Naked Truth: 11 things you never knew about ancient Greek and Roman bodies

We’re counting down to our annual Classics Day at the British Museum this Saturday by celebrating the beauty of those bold and brazen sculptures of old.

Election special: Are we in the hands of the smaller parties?

With under one hundred days until the election, Dale Mineshima, City Lit History and Politics Tutor, tells us why it may now all be down to the success of the smaller parties.

Skills Minister, Nick Boles MP, praises City Lit during visit

Nick Boles MP, Minister of State for Skills and Equalities at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, visited City Lit on 20 January to meet students and staff, and praised the college for “leading by example”.

Deaf Education tutor talks about the involvement of deaf people in World War I on the BBC's See Hear

Deaf Education tutor Peter Brown is interviewed for the BBC TV programme See Hear, which focuses on the experience of deaf people in the First World War.

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