Student Life

Cass Clubs and Societies

Our Clubs and Societies offer students the chance to meet and network informally with each other, with academics and with professionals from across the financial world.

Sports at City

City have a range of sports and leisure clubs plus state of the art gym and sports facilities called City Sport that you can take advantage of.

City SportCity Gym

City Sports Hall and Gym

City Student Centre

You can find additional resources and information available for both current and incoming students at the City Student Centre.

Cass Entrepreneurs

The Peter Cullum Centre for Entrepreneurship was founded in 2010 and provides Cass entrepreneurs with access to specialist teaching programmes, venture capital expertise and a start-up incubator. Students and alumni also have the opportunity to apply for investment from the £10m Cass Entrepreneurship Fund.

City has additional resources and facilities (such as free desk space) for budding entrepreneurs at CityStarters in Brick Lane.

Events at Cass

Cass run regular events which are open to students and prospective students. Recent guest speakers include George Osborne (Chancellor of the Exchequer) and Mark Carney (Chairman of the Bank of England). You can register to attend events here.

If you have not already done so, you may also want to attend one of our MBA information sessions where you can meet the MBA staff, faculty and current students.

Cass in the News and on Social Media

Keep up to date with the latest news at Cass on our website. You can also find us on the following social media:

Cass Alumni Network

Being a Cass MBA will give you invaluable access to a network of over 37,000 alumni from all over the world. You can also attend one specialist MBA elective per year, free of charge. Further information about our dedicated alumni department is on our website.

City, University of London NUS

The National Union of Students is a voluntary membership organisation that represents and protects the interests of students throughout the UK. It also offers a wide range of discounts, many special-interest groups and societies and of course, access to highly subsidised bars at every university in the country.

Student discounts

Being a student will give you access to a wide range of discounts including travel, Microsoft and Apple products, cinema tickets, restaurants, cosmetics and clothing. Most discounts can be obtained via an NUS (National Union of Students) membership card or by joining the Unidays website.

Please note that you will first need to formally register as a student before taking advantage of these discounts.