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London Met Alumni wins Best Director and Best Feature Film at the British Urban Film Festival.
Jemima Fischbach, a BA Psychology student at London Met, spent her summer volunteering in a special needs facility in Sri Lanka.
The Cass Bank Gallery hosts a selection of work by Mustafa Hulusi.
Sixteen recent graduates from The Cass are taking their final projects to TENT London, part of the internationally renowned London Design Festival.
Clive Jones CBE, Disasters Emergency Committee Chair will provide insights on one of the UK’s leading humanitarian charities.
Dr Sue Bailey tells Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped how to avoid ice cubes in your ice cream.
London Metropolitan University is the best performing higher education institution (HEI) in England for reducing carbon emissions, according to a new report published today.
National survey results published this summer show London Met's employability focus is paying off for students.
London Met will compete against University of Sussex and Brunel London University for the inaugural Inventors Workshop New Designers Award.
Multi-disciplinary art forms will take over The Cass Bank Gallery in a display of exceptional postgraduate art work.
London Met expert appears on Sky News to discuss the life of the Kray twins.
BBC drama Danny and the Human Zoo, which was directed by London Met alumna Destiny Ekaragha, received great reviews after its premiere on Monday.
London Met’s 10-week programme for business start-ups, Launchpad, has paid off for 11 successful entrepreneurs who successfully pitched their business idea last week.
Work from the celebrated East End Archive at The Cass will feature in a new photographic exhibition, Legend of the East End.
London Met Alumna Destiny Ekaragha directs new film written by and starring Lenny Henry.
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