London Met excels in People and Planet University League 2015 after smashing carbon reduction targets by 10%.
Over a hundred London Met BA Journalism Students were given the opportunity to quiz local politicians at a special question time event on Thursday 26 February.
University recognised for its innovative work with young people in Islington.
London Met’s Freedom Fundraisers have joined Raise-Off, an inter-university competition to raise money for Amnesty International.
Chemistry and Journalism students impress with their research at national Posters in Parliament event.
London Metropolitan University is organising a week full of fun activities for students to raise awareness of environmental issues.
Elsa Buchanan, who set up Datum foundation after 2004 tsunami, is now a foreign correspondent for the International Business Times, reports London Met’s alumni magazine.
David Landreth and Laurence Prax have secured another victory in the Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition to reach the final 16.
Silversmith Juliette Bigley made it to the Design Council’s list of 70 Ones to Watch.
Dr Tim Parsons from the John Grieve Centre comments on the release of a Home Affairs Select Committee report evaluating the architecture of policing in England and Wales.
The Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing’s new employability initiative London Met FUTURE hosted its first competition last week.
People-watchers can use psychology to see if those dates are really going well, says London Met expert.
London Metropolitan University’s Professor Jeff Haynes analyses the effect and workings of faith-based organisations at the United Nations in his new publication.
The Cass first year Fashion Design students show their latest creations for Project Red
London Met FUTURE talk from Dr Mike Carter
Dr Mike Carter talks to London Met students about a career in Biomedical Science
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