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London Met helped us personally and professionally, say NSS winners

Graduates spend prize money on travel experiences and ‘treats for my mum’

Translation students hear from the expert

BA Translation students had the chance to hear from an industry expert and gain an insight into working in translation.

Criss-Cross

The full schedule of talks

A new series of lectures curated by Cass alumna Zoë Berman explores the cross-disciplinary work of architecture.

One and Other

New exhibition co-curated by Cass Students examines the duality in persona created by our virtual presence on digital platforms.

New scheme allows students to bring their children into University for one day

Love London Met will follow up on national research and open its doors to registered student’s children for one day.

Green Impact makes an Impact

The national Green Impact scheme was launched three months ago at the University.

Big Idea Challenge 2017

Deadline: 13 February

London Met's Big Idea Challenge is back for 2017!

Cass alumni selected for Crafts Council Hothouse

Two alumni from The Cass have been selected to take part in the Crafts Council’s prestigious ‘Hothouse’ programme.

The search is on for the next big business idea

London Met launches the 2017 Big Idea Challenge, a major enterprise competition for students and staff.

Confluence/Konfluenz

Celebrating the work of Cass Reader Simone ten Hompel at The Glasgow School of Art.

New research suggests why boxing helps re-engage disaffected young people

Dr Stephen Hills researched the role of boxing in tackling social problems in the UK.

Assisted Suicide: The Musical

London Met alumni Liz Carr's Assisted Suicide: The Musical returns to the Southbank Centre for one night only on Wednesday 18 January.

Looking to the future of jewellery design

Lieta Marziali, a jeweller and MA by Project student at The Cass, has been selected to take part in the Association for Contemporary Jewellery's 20th anniversary exhibition.

London Met commissioned to carry out review for national child sex abuse inquiry

London Met has been commissioned to carry out a review of literature as part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

Leading devolution expert to explore issues relating to gender equality in politics

Dr Diana Stirbu will take part in a two day seminar which will explore various issues around gender representation in the UK.