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Two graduates return to their University after 50 years

Hugh Rickard and David Wallis studied at London Met 50 years ago. They returned to their alma mater to see London Met as it is today.

Cass Summer Shows 2016 - dates announced

Students from London Met’s Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design to showcase their talent.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan "an inspiration" for students

Vice Chancellor congratulates Sadiq Khan MP, who studied Law at London Met.

Expo brings science to life for school pupils

London Metropolitan University has collaborated with Middlesex University, Royal Veterinary College and University of Hull to host science expo

Plans for new Islington campus unveiled

London Met's Holloway campus to be transformed in £125m project.

London Met celebrates truly global business contest

Over 10,000 votes were cast from 124 countries in this year’s Big Idea Challenge

President of Ireland visits London Met

President Michael D. Higgins visited the University to view collections from the Archive of the Irish in Britain.

London Met invests £1.2m in new digital facilities

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.

Write on... Students invited to enter literary contest

Top prize of £400 awaits the best writer in London Met competition

London university selected for United Nations partnership

London Metropolitan University is one of just 22 universities in the world to join UN network

Staff and students are celebrated at the 2016 Students’ Union Awards

265 nominations were made by students in this year’s SU awards, held in London Met’s Great Hall

Women in Translation

London Met is to host major event exploring questions around women in publishing and translation.

London Met Professor to offer radical solutions to increasing obesity problem

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

Easter Rising commemorations reflect shift in public opinion

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.

London Met to host first ever showing of ‘Turning 18’

The play, based on a real story, deals with a young man coming to terms with his sexuality whilst living in a suppressive country

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Applying to London Met

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