Professor David Gillborn, the Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE), is due to make a public lecture at London Metropolitan University on Thursday 4 December.
It is “not possible for universities to stand still” and “hard decisions” are ahead for higher education, the former Labour Home Secretary Charles Clarke has warned.
Then and Now: Celebrating 50 years since the opening of The London College of Furniture
Cass animators behind exciting Christmas display in Surbiton
London Met student who overcame homelessness wins Prince’s Trust Award
A special reception is being held at London Metropolitan University’s Electra House to fundraise for plans to uncover the building’s past.
The Law Mentoring Programme has launched at London Metropolitan University
London Metropolitan University’s London Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law proudly marched alongside its City neighbours at this weekend’s Lord Mayor’s Show.
London Metropolitan University collaborates with Cabinet Office in Centre for Youth Impact
Uncertain States exhibition opens this November at The Cass
A business set up by a graduate at London Metropolitan University and supported by the Accelerator has reached the semi-final stage of a national competition.
Social activist Owen Jones was labelled a “braying jackal” by controversial broadcaster Fox News
There’s still time to visit Cass exhibition offering a snapshot of bygone London
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