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Law students progress in prestigious contest

Students from London Met secure victory in the Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition 2014-15

London Met launches employability initiative

London Met FUTURE aims to raise awareness of enterprise and its importance in today’s job market.

Leading academic offers a critique of education as part of Forward Thinkers lecture series

Award winning academic, Professor David Gillborn gave an inspirational talk on race and education at London Metropolitan University.

Cass helps jeweller to fulfil his dream

A jewellery business set up by a former student at London Metropolitan University has taken off with orders from across the world.

Top UAE official completes doctorate at London Met

General Secretary to the United Arab Emirates’ Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior is awarded doctorate at the University's winter graduation ceremony.

Festive marketing for enterprising students

London Met's business incubator, Accelerator, holds Christmas Market at Spitalfields this Saturday

Full accreditation shows London Met’s computing credentials

11 courses in computing have received accreditation from the British Computer Society.

From Graduate to Diplomat

London Met graduate climbs the diplomatic hierarchy

Onwards and Upwards

Over 1,300 students graduate at London Metropolitan University's Winter Ceremonies

London Met academic wins top architecture award

Professor Florian Beigel of the Architecture Research Unit in The Cass has won the 2014 Annie Spink Award.

Black Friday: A ritual for the 21st Century

London Met academic outlines the psychology behind Black Friday

North Korea opens its doors

London Met students make a visit to the North Korean Embassy in West London.

London Met Graduate Tracey Emin lends her talents to Band Aid 30

Alumna and Honorary Doctor Tracey Emin designs cover for new Band Aid single.

The inside story on Israel’s Jewish nation-state bill

A new bill that proposes defining Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people has taken a closer step closer to becoming law causing controversy across the political spectrum.

Award winning academic on race and education next up for Forward Thinkers lecture series

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.

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