Businesses and employers
Services for businesses and employers
London Met offers a wide range of expertise to businesses and organisations across the private, public and third sectors in the heart of London and beyond.. Drawing from our diverse talent pool of students, graduates and expert staff we can provide solutions that are cost effective and timely. We will help you to: directly employ a student, source an intern or placement, find a volunteer, conduct consultancy, have continuing professional development and access to facilities for hire.
How can you get involved?
- become a mentor
- speak in classes
- deliver keynote addresses
- sponsor an event
- join an advisory board for a course
Business and partnership services
How we can help employers
London Metropolitan University gives employers access to students from a wide range of backgrounds and subject areas.
Accelerator is our specialist business incubator in Shoreditch, the heart of London's digital media community. We specialise in business development programmes for growing businesses.
Career mentoring programme
The London Met career mentoring programme matches current students with professional mentors.
Get help from our students
At London Metropolitan University we offer a free service for organisations looking to recruit volunteers, helping you to source volunteers from our student body.
Read about the University's plans for apprenticeships.
Excellent spaces and great facilities
If you're looking for a flexible, central London location to stage your event, look no further than London Metropolitan University.
News related to businesses and employers
The Cass has been announced as one of the partner venues for Art Night 2017, a contemporary arts festival which will transform the East End for one summer night.
Two London Met lecturers visited Cesine, one of London Met’s partners in Spain.
Review by London Met examines effectiveness of low carbohydrate diet on diabetes management.
A new exhibition featuring work from award-winning architects who teach at The Cass explores the relationship between teaching and practice.
Musarc, one of the UK's most progressive choral ensembles which is based at The Cass, have featured on BBC Radio 3’s The Choir.
Assemble, a collective which includes staff and alumni from The Cass, have been shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Award.
3 – 25 February 2017
Collaborative exhibition by Charlotte Thrane, Ninna Bohn Pedersen and Torgny Wilcke investigates the intimacy and honesty of everyday objects at The Cass Bank Gallery.
The University scooped up five sustainability awards this week.
Academics collaborate on Home and Away
London Met academics collaborate on part of a book analysing the diverse ways in which London Met is partnering and collaborating with other institutions.
John Duffy will join London Met in January 2017.
Do we want an app for everything we do?
London Met course leader was invited to appear on Insight, a current affairs television programme, to give his expert commentary on the Aviation Industry.
The organisation’s application to become a charity was approved earlier this year and will be launched as a charity next month.
Aviation expert Nick Coleman asks: Why is no-one talking about the third option for London’s airport headache?
The law industry throughout the years
Professional in the law industry Craig Sharpe delivers a lecture to soon to be Law graduates.
The apprentices work for a wide range of employers across London and are gaining on-the-job experience.
Events related to businesses and employers
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London Metropolitan University
166-220 Holloway Rd
London Metropolitan University, Careers and Employability Team bring you an event to make an impact with employers This event is open to London Met Students Only Assessment centres are an increasingly popular tool... more
|Date||12 Apr 2017|
|Venue||166-220 Holloway Rd|
This event is open to those who have applied or have received an offer to study with us from September 2017. Attending our Applicant Open Day will give you a chance... more