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President Michael D. Higgins visited the University to view collections from the Archive of the Irish in Britain.
More than 200 new PCs have been installed in London Met’s Learning Centre as part of a £1.25m IT and media investment project.
Top prize of £400 awaits the best writer in London Met competition
London Metropolitan University is one of just 22 universities in the world to join UN network
265 nominations were made by students in this year’s SU awards, held in London Met’s Great Hall
London Met is to host major event exploring questions around women in publishing and translation.
London Met lecturer Professor David McCarthy will present his radical views on tackling the ever-growing obesity problem in the UK at the University next week
Journalism lecturer Jonathan Moore recently spoke to Al Jazeera about the centenary of the Irish 1916 rising. Here, he discusses why it still resonates today.
The play, based on a real story, deals with a young man coming to terms with his sexuality whilst living in a suppressive country
Book written by two of London Met’s staff gives students step by step guide on how to study effectively and make the most of university life
London Met was ‘best in England’ for carbon reduction last year and now annual Green Week has been a resounding success
Online voting opens for Big Idea Challenge
New London Met study highlights the need for healthcare policy to support the LGB community.
Professor Stephen J Perkins, Dean of Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law, ran the Square Mile for charity
With the help of the Accelerator, London Met’s business incubator, Ayden Kappo-Hector established his business which brings global street food to London
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