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London Met triumphs in first ever Varsity competition

London Met defeats SOAS 14-7 in epic 24 hours of sport.

Sustaining London Met’s green success

London Met’s annual Green Week will be held in March to raise environmental awareness and encourage staff and students to do their bit for the environment.

From Congress to Campus

Two former US Congressmen will visit London Metropolitan University on 6 March to discuss Obama’s legacy and Trump’s first 100 days in Office.

Celebrating the Olympic legacy with ‘Conversation Pieces’

Students from The Cass’s Unit 5 launch book to highlight design pieces from the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

London Met students give back to the community

Four London Met students currently volunteer for Family Mosaic, a housing association providing affordable homes throughout London.

London Met to host 24 hours of sport

The North London Varsity 2017 will see London Met compete with SOAS in 24 events

London Met law students reach third round of prestigious legal contest

Two London Met Law students have progressed to the third round of a prestigious mooting competition.

Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit joins ground-breaking Centre of Expertise consortium

London Met’s Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit has been announced as part of a consortium to bring about significant change in how child sexual abuse is responded to.

Homeless research inspires Family Day at London Met

Inspired by London Met research, a Valentine’s Day themed event allowed students to bring their children into the University for one day.

The truth about reusing plastic water bottles

Dr Paul Matewele appeared on BBC One to discuss the bacteria found in reused plastic water bottles.

Sowing the seeds in the Radio Garden

To coincide with World Radio Day 2017 Dr Peter Lewis, collaborator on the online radio platform Radio.Garden, reflects on its viral success.

Student Led Module Feedback Scheme provides enrichment to module leaders

Module leaders receive some insightful feedback from the Student Led Module Feedback Scheme

How can an MBA help further your career?

London Met MBA graduate, Natalya Chizhov, now works for Astoria Bank in New York.

Helping to make 5G a reality

London Met Professor organises conference to support the development of 5G mobile technology.

Trump’s New World Order

Professor Stephen Haseler analyses how the Trump Presidency will impact America and the rest of the world in a new pamphlet due to launch on 16 February.

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