Welcome to London Met
Dr Paul Matewele found bacteria which causes neonatal meningitis and septicaemia on old foundation brushes, lip gloss and lipstick.
London Metropolitan University has been named a finalist in the Green Gown sustainability awards for their efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Students who qualify for full state maintenance grants will receive annual £1,000 bursary at London Met.
The Cass Bank Gallery hosts a selection of work by Mustafa Hulusi.
Top journalists from across the industry will help guide London Met’s journalism course.
A short film produced by a London Met Lecturer and her students has won the local film competition marking 50 years of the London Borough.
London Met records its highest ever student satisfaction score, climbing six places in the National Student Survey.
London Met’s Students’ Union has been awarded a Green Impact Bronze award, reflecting students’ dedication to positive environmental action over the last year.
London Met entrepreneurs get hands-on experience at the Accelerator.
Full-time, paid internships across the University are available to London Met alumni who graduated this summer.
A London Met Intern is providing invaluable expertise to help improve a local charity service.
We meet some London Met students and graduates who joined us through clearing and have never looked back.
Franca Simpson set to take the literary world by storm with Calisi Press
CASS professor is one of just five composers from across the world invited to a residency at The Cube at Virginia Tech (US).
Two Alumni from The Cass have had their work selected for display in the annual Summer Exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Art.
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