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Two Alumni from The Cass have had their work selected for display in the annual Summer Exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Art.
Paul Cummins MBE is one of six honorary graduates at this year's Summer Graduation Ceremonies.
A new yearbook celebrates the first cohort of students graduating from The Cass, newly created three years ago.
Students celebrate with family, friends and lecturers as they officially complete their studies at London Met.
Ayden Kappo, co-founder of Melting Pot LDN, will be cooking in the Courtyard this Friday.
Multi-million pound grant donated by Sir John Cass's Foundation.
Cass Alumna Alice Emily Baird returns to the University for play_algorithm., a two-day audio-visual installation.
Student Ambassadors from seven universities across the UK convened at London Met for a series of talks and workshops.
On 10 July 2015 eighty children convened at London’s City Hall for craft workshops hosted by the Alchemy Studio from The Cass.
Companies paying salaries in the top quartile of their sectors fell 7% between 2011 and 2014, London Met research finds.
Tarn Philipp to study rock-hewn churches in Ethiopia as ADAM Architecture Travel Scholar 2015.
A new report by Professor Merryn Hutchings outlines how accountability measures in schools affect young pupils.
The Cass celebrates legacy of the Huguenot weavers of Spitalfields with a contemporary textile exhibition.
Two teams from London Met have finished third in the CIMA Global Business Challenge.
Nkabom House, designed by Anna Webster, was built in Ghana in May this year.
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