Training the next generation of high skilled talent

Define your future and accelerate your career with higher-level technical learning and training at London City Institute of Technology.

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London City Institute of Technology
5 Hope Street
Leamouth Peninsula
London E14 0JU

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Fuel your ambition

The London City Institute of Technology is a proud collaboration between Queen Mary University of London and Newham College, working in partnership with a wide range of employers.

Based in London City Island, the institute offers you the opportunity to gain skills to grow your career opportunities.

Apply now and join the STEM skills revolution.



From software development to AI, learn the foundations to have a real-world impact.



From aeronautics to rail, find solutions to some of the world’s most complex challenges.



We’ll teach you the foundations; you’ll create the schools, stadiums and skyscrapers of the future.



Boost your opportunities with new skills or re-training.

Why study at London City IoT?

  • London City IoT is based in new, state-of-the-art, purpose-built training facilities at London City Island.
  • Career focussed pathways to equip young people to excel in rewarding, valuable and sought-after technical roles.
  • We work in partnership with employers who champion innovation in digital, engineering and construction to equip a high skilled, high wage workforce.
  • Industry-standard qualifications in key STEM sectors so you can progress directly into employment.
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In partnership with industry

London City Institute of Technology is designed to help employers get the skilled workforce they need in much sought-after higher technical areas.

By partnering with employers, we can respond to the needs of industry and the London region by helping to plug local skills gaps, raise productivity and transform opportunities for local people.

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