London Met’s open forum sheds light on the strengths and weaknesses of Science Reporting
Graduates from The Cass have had their short films selected for screening at Cannes 2015.
Twelve entrepreneurs have been shortlisted for the Big Idea Challenge – and you can now vote for your favourite.
Spencer Rowell explores the idea of Pathography through a series of self-portraits in The Cass Foyer Gallery
London Metropolitan University's Great Hall has been restored to its Victorian grandeur, offering a new inspirational venue for Islington.
Paper by London Guildhall lecturer accepted into the programme of the Academy of Management’s annual conference.
Staff and Students from The Cass join Vivienne Westwood and Tiipoi to showcase at Milan's annual Design Week
London Metropolitan University presents a public forum debating the ethics of scientific reporting
Young people were encouraged to seize the opportunity to have their say to shape their future at the Generation Vote event at London Metropolitan University.
Lord Bilimoria is to deliver the Annual Limerick Lecture on Thursday 23 April
British creatives Jarvis Cocker and Vampire Weekend support Arts Emergency and the arts as an Election Issue
Pro Bono Law Fair gives law students an opportunity to put their degree into practice.
The University has hosted a production of a new play about the effects of emotional abuse.
The Assessment and Development Centre gives students a unique opportunity to raise their potential for future employment.
London Met Creative Writing and English Literature lecturer, Sunny Singh, publishes her third novel, Hotel Arcadia (Quartet Books).
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