The Business School is located in the heart of London’s financial district; home to some of the biggest global banking corporations and trading centres in the world. We are also close to a multitude of creative businesses in the East End. Our network of industry partners, our committed and expert teaching, and our excellence in research, make the Business School a rewarding place to study.
Optimally sized, so everyone can find their place, we offer a dynamic and relevant portfolio of challenging business and management courses, equipping our graduates with the knowledge and skills to accelerate their professional career paths. Not only preparing graduates to work in finance and banking institutions, we are especially welcoming to individuals who wish to build a career in the exciting world of the creative and cultural industries.
Our undergraduate, postgraduate and professional programmes are supported by a team of expert lecturers, consultants and researchers, as well as guest speakers from the industry. Many of our academic staff contribute greatly to the field of research, enhancing the teaching and course curriculum.
We are a distinctive internationally recognised Business School located in the City of London whose diverse graduate body are business ready, in demand and capable of successfully competing in the global marketplace.
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A symposium on how large organisations greatly improved performance where meaningful levels of gender diversity were achieved on governing boards and in top leadership positions.
London Met open for international students
London Metropolitan University is delighted to announce that it has regained a licence to sponsor Tier 4 visas for international students.
Business School launches Encyclopaedia of Corporate Social Responsibility (ECSR) at House of Lords
Finance graduate Natalia Lykova was given a taste of the banking life when she attended the annual dinner of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers.
A BA Public Relations student from London Metropolitan University has won a paid internship and training programme with a top London PR agency.
It was the first new bank to appear on the high street for over 100 years, but since launching in 2010 Metro Bank has revolutionised the market.
A double Masters programme run between London Metropolitan University and a French business school has been ranked number one in a leading survey of international business courses.
Over 600 students took advantage of the London Metropolitan University Part-Time Jobs Fair this month to look for vacancies in a wide range of areas, from Marketing to IT services.
A Casablanca-themed casino night was one of several events organised by BA Events Management students to raise money for the children’s charity Barnardo’s.
His Royal Highness the Duke of York visited London Metropolitan University on Wednesday 1 February to officially open the ‘Student Hatchery’.
London Metropolitan University strives to give students a quality learning experience, as reflected by a recent trip to Palestine by London Metropolitan Business School.
They have creativity in abundance, but now fashion students at London Metropolitan University have the business skills to boot.
BA Fashion Marketing and Journalism student Thomas Gibson says his ‘Devil Wears Prada’ dream has come true after winning a placement at a top London fashion magazine.
London Metropolitan University’s success in helping graduates get good jobs has been reaffirmed by data from Unistats.
Students at London Metropolitan University are being exposed to cutting-edge business practice thanks to a partnership with IBM.
It’s been popular in the Caribbean for years, but now a graduate from London Metropolitan University is aiming to bring soca music to an international audience.
He’s a leading expert on marketing and management, but now London Met lecturer Barry Dwyer has added internet celebrity to his resume.
The bank rated number two in the world by investment firm Moody’s was one of many businesses visited by Executive MBA students during a research trip to Sweden.
The new Dean of London Metropolitan Business School (LMBS) has vowed to make the School the preferred choice for students in London within the next five years.
An innovative project run by London Metropolitan University is helping graduates get where they want to be following their studies.
More than 8,000 London Met students graduated in December at a series of awards ceremonies held at the Barbican Centre.
An exciting partnership between London Metropolitan Business School and Commercial Bank of Qatar has produced its first cohort of graduates.
Two MA Sport Management students at London Metropolitan University brought some Olympic magic to Holloway Road this summer with their success in a national essay contest.
BA Business Management and Marketing student Jamie Akinola is behind an inspirational project that is making a difference to the lives of young people in London.
London Metropolitan University is the number one modern university for graduate starting salaries, according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2013.