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Senior lecturer appointed as independent trustee of national governance body

Dr Diana Stirbu uses her profession to teach students real life examples of devolution.

Filmmakers support Camden Council community project

London Met lecturer and students help young people in Camden make films to be screened at The British Museum.

Our Strategic Plan: one year in

We speak to the Vice Chancellor to review progress of our Strategic Plan 2015-2020.

The Cass at Calcutta: new facilities, more investment

With record student satisfaction and graduate employment scores, The Cass looks forward to life in Calcutta House.

Boys more accurate at spotting offside, but not because they understand it better

New London Met study examines how playing football impacts children's spatial perception.

Art exhibition sparks global privacy debate

'Backdoored.io' project by Cass alumna Nye Thompson exposes vulnerability of domestic surveillance.

London Met academic appointed as joint Editor-In-Chief of new international journal

The open access publication will be available worldwide and aims to showcase the latest work into Corporate Social Responsibility.

The Cass Session 2015-16

The second annual yearbook celebrating the eclectic work of Cass students is now available.

Student Satisfaction reaches record high at London Met

National Student Survey results show a new record score, with selected courses from all faculties scoring 100%.

Backdoored.io at The Cass Bank Gallery

Exhibition by artist and Cass alumna Nye Thompson explores our vulnerability in cyberspace.

Initial Teacher Training above average for graduate employment

96% of teacher graduates were in full time employment after completing their course.

London Met co-host International Banking and Finance conference

The International Banking and Finance conference is a chance for academics to share ideas and be published in the International Journal of Financial Studies.

Get Hands On with The Cass

New exhibition at The Aram Gallery explores and celebrates the tradition of making at The Cass.

Celebrating the Olympic legacy with ‘Conversation Pieces’

New book launched by Cass students to showcase their contribution to 2012 London Olympics.

Virgin Atlantic strategic re-positioning pays off

Nick Coleman, Airline, Airport and Aviation Management Course Leader, speaks on how Virgin Atlantic went from the brink of collapse to being the most powerful airline in just four years

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