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Celebrating International Women’s Day

The University hosted an event in honour of International Women’s Day to celebrate the achievements of women and how they can reach their career goals through higher education.

Chemistry students undertaking apprenticeships at Unilever

Three part-time Chemistry BSc students are currently working with one of the world's leading consumer-goods company, Unilever.

Suzanne Cohen named as Film Educator of the Year

Suzanne Cohen, who teaches Film at London Metropolitan University, has won the Educator of the Year Award at the 2018 Into Film Awards.

London Met students celebrate International Women’s Day through film

A TV show has been produced by London Met students to commemorate International Women’s Day.

How to successfully freelance as a creative

Hash Kerai, a London Met alumnus, tells us about what he has learnt since graduating and how you can make it as a creative.

London Met’s new Highbury Canteen now open

London Metropolitan University has officially opened the doors of its brand new catering outlet, the Highbury Canteen.

Cara – A lifeline to academics at risk

Executive Director at the Council for At-Risk academics to deliver talk at London Met.

US Congress comes to campus

London Met welcomed two former US Congressmen to offer a rare and unique insight into American Politics as part of the Congress to Campus programme.

London Met lecturer appointed external examiner for the London Institute of Banking and Finance

Dr Nirmala Lee has been appointed to regulate external exams for a prestigious financial regulation organisation.

Using real-life insight to propel your career

Henry Heming, a Radio Licensing Specialist, recently visited his alma mater to offer an insight into his career to Aviation Management students.

Do human rights conflict with national security?

London Metropolitan University hosted a panel discussion on Wednesday 7 March to investigate and debate whether human rights should be compromised in the interest of national security.

Cass Alumnus presents first solo exhibition

Fine Art Graduate has presented his first solo exhibition at Cavespace, London

Maeve Brennan to deliver the Cass Histories Lecture 2018

Maeve Brennan to deliver the inaugural lecture in new annual series on 20 March at 6.30pm.

Rethinking the use of sport to tackle social problems

Dr Stephen Hills has collaborated with academics from around the world in conducting an ethnographic study of a new way sport can be used as a vehicle for social change.

Is there life on Mars?

Dr Kevin Devine, senior lecturer in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences at London Met, has worked collaboratively on research which suggests bacterial life on Mars could exist.