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London Met partnership will offer more employment opportunities than ever before.
Sports Science student Elena Luca and Biochemistry student Jorge Moreira represented London Met in Parliament research event.
Two Law students have reached the quarterfinals of prestigious national mooting competition.
Unprecedented numbers of students attend Placement and Jobs Fair
Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs will be presenting her research at Durham University and at Cardiff to raise awareness of financial abuse.
George Vulkan, a Holocaust survivor, spoke to International Relations students about “humanity’s darkest hour.”
Students Emanuela Trovato, Shivani Mehta and Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed, have reached the finals of a public speaking competition.
MBA graduate Gaurav Gajjar says his MBA helped prepare him for working with intercultural teams at the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi.
Two London Metropolitan University student teams took part in the University Business Challenge and finished in 13th and 18th place.
Stacey Anderson was awarded the President's Trophy of Excellence by Springfield Youth Club in recognition of her dedication to the work she undertook while on placement.
The University has launched a new MBA online course to be delivered in partnership with Magna Carta College.
Two former members of Congress visited London Met to provide a rare, and personal, insight into the world of US politics.
Review by London Met examines effectiveness of low carbohydrate diet on diabetes management.
Anne Karpf was invited to discuss the week’s events and news on the BBC World Service’s Weekend programme.
A new exhibition featuring work from award-winning architects who teach at The Cass explores the relationship between teaching and practice.
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