At City Lit, we purpose to help you succeed in your aims. As the capital’s ultimate destination for the evening, weekend, and daytime courses, we inspire 60,000 Londoners with over 5,000 courses every year. We pride ourselves on offering an array of courses across a massive diversity of topics fields involving art and design, history, writing, computing, massage, languages, and much more. Catering to the busy Londoner, our courses manage during the daytime, evenings, and weekends to help you find something that fits in with your busy schedule. Many of our courses take place in our Keeley Street site situated in London’s buzzing Covent Garden. This site hosts a range of goal-built facilities involving our Student Centre and Library, Digital and Design Lab, and Lunch Room to help you get the most out of your studies and time at City Lit. Studying at one of our other sites? Don’t worry, you can still benefit from the facilities and resources at Keeley Street. Our courses are taught by specialists tutors, many of whom are industry professionals looking to pass on their information and wisdom.
93% of learners give their course a 4 or 5-star rating
Students complete a course evaluation at the end of their course. In 2018/19 69% of students gave their course 5 stars and 24% gave their course 4 stars. Student feedback is significant to us as it helps us keep improving our courses. In September 2018 we launched a new online course evaluation system.
Why choose City Lit
Reasons to select City Lit:
- An unrivaled choice of short courses
- Great worth for money
- Learn in the centre of London- in Covent Garden
- Ways to reinvent your weekend
Join over 50,000 other Londoners
More Londoners choose a short course at City Lit than anywhere else. From art, astronomy, and languages to health, music and web design plus many, many more – we offer an unrivaled range of courses at times to suit everyone – daytime, evening, and weekends.
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