Why Choose Us

About the School

Teaching in the School of Computing is delivered by a team of experienced, highly qualified and enthusiastic academics.

Our dedicated Personal Academic Tutors support undergraduate students throughout their study. In addition to lectures, tutorials and practicals, subject specialised support is provided to students via virtual and face to face help sessions. We place great emphasis in responding to student feedback. Our student satisfaction ratings in Mathematics for example are among the highest in the UK.

About SoC

Our students have access to a number of exciting labs including: the GameLab studio, complete with programmable games machines connected to PCs; some of the most advanced Cisco labs in London; and a mobile applications lab with software that allows students to build apps for multi-platform smartphones.

Our research is applied, relevant to industry and often carried out in collaboration with external partners. We have particular strengths in mathematics and statistics, communications technology, knowledge management, intelligent systems and media design for interaction

Latest News

Intelligent Systems Research Centre seminars on IT security

Professor Hassan Kazemian, director of Intelligent Systems Research Centre (ISRC) recently hosted two research seminars on IT security.

Outstanding London Met research acknowledged

London Met climbs 11 places in Reasearch Excellence Framework (REF) grade point average league table

School of Computing Lecturer takes Robotics to School

A senior lecturer at the School of Computing, Mark Campbell recently visited the Sarah Bonnell Girl's School to give a talk and a demonstration on robotics.

Professorship awarded to Professor Yong Xue

Professor Yong Xue has recently been awarded a Professorship and delivered the inaugural lecture “Big Data in Geocomputation”.

The School of Computing has BCS accreditation

The School of Computing has BCS accreditation for 11 of our courses

What next? From 4G to 5G

5G Technology – the future of mobile and wireless communications technology. One day FREE workshop will provide an overview on this technology

Data mining and its benefits to society

Life Sciences and Computing in collaboration with the Society of Data Miners invites all analytics professionals to attend and take part in our data mining event

FLSC student in the Bloomberg Institute hall of fame

Daniel Wark has made it to the Bloomberg Institute hall of fame by being ranked after taking the Bloomberg Aptitude Test in March 2014

Accreditation for School of Computing courses

from BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, for all 11 of its programmes submitted subject to minor conditions. The accreditation is expected to be confirmed later in 2014.

Student Horizon 2014

A student-led conference to develop your learning, research and employability. Friday 21st March 2014 9:30-16:00 GC1-08

Computing graduate analyses success

Software analyst Sofiya Kiradzhiyska praises London Met after securing grad scheme opportunity with UK’s top systems company.

London Met and Microsoft share charity award

Computer project that helps blind children exercise wins Guide Dog Association ‘Best Partnership’ award

BCS Student Prize award

FLSC Student awarded a prize at BCS The Chartered Institute for IT

Mathematics: Excellent Satisfaction Rates

Mathematics subject area excels in the National Student Survey

Successful Comic Relief Project by The WOW Agency

The Dean meets with two Comic Relief Representatives

School of Computing Courses