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Chemistry BSc student chosen as one of 20 high calibre chemists from across Europe for training week at GlaxoSmithKline.
Selected pieces from the Frederick Parker Collection are now on show at London Met.
University wins prestigious award for its TV advertising campaign.
Regular Sky News contributor and London Met’s American politics expert, Professor Peter McCaffery, shares his analysis of the US Presidential campaigns.
A number of people from across The Cass have been named in the ‘Evening Standard Progress 1000’, a list of London’s most influential people of 2016.
London Met’s distance learning programme meant that Koral Belitsos was able to complete her degree, whilst working in Greece.
London Metropolitan University is collaborating with Thomas Pocklington Trust to offer new sports to visually impaired people.
Dr Chahid Fourali publishes new book
Dr Chahid Fourali, course leader of London Met's Business Management and Marketing BA (Hons) degree, has released a new book on social marketing.
The practical guide hopes to encourage a more versatile approach to animation practice and features a cover image by Cass alumna, April Slocombe.
A London Met-led research paper is in the top 1% of most cited chemistry articles for 2015/16.
London Met alumnus exhibits new immersive installation for the London Design Festival.
Dr Diana Stirbu uses her profession to teach students real life examples of devolution.
London Met lecturer and students help young people in Camden make films to be screened at The British Museum.
We speak to the Vice Chancellor to review progress of our Strategic Plan 2015-2020.
With record student satisfaction and graduate employment scores, The Cass looks forward to life in Calcutta House.
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Applying to London Met
Funding, entry requirements and how to apply
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