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Mayor tells students London is “higher education capital of world”

Sadiq Khan also vows to make London a more affordable place to study in interview with London Met journalism students.

Students deliver to Standard Chartered Bank

A group of students were invited to deliver their presentations to representatives from the Standard Chartered Bank.

48 hours to win the girl

London Met lecturer writes new fiction book exploring the themes of youth, identity, friendship and love.

Food Matters for London Met

London Met students share their expertise with hundreds of food sector companies and organisations.

Where We Are Now

7 December, 4–6pm

An exhibition of the latest work by 150 foundation year students at The Cass.

RIBA success for Architecture students

Three students have won awards at the prestigious RIBA President’s Medals 2016 for their innovative work in architecture.

Thumb-Stopping Moments

Film and Broadcast Production student Daniel Glenn Barbour shortlisted in film competition.

Triple success for Business Innovation and Creative Entrepreneurship students

Three students were awarded the top prize at their graduation ceremony.

From Congress to Campus

Over 500 A-Level students attended the conference which Dr Andrew Moran was invited to speak at.

The Loom Art Space

Celebrating textile and manufacturing history

Textiles BA and Fashion BA students celebrate the exhibition changeover at the new Whitechapel art space.

Leading PR expert delivers guest lecture to students

International PR expert visited London Met to deliver a guest lecture to the Guildhall School of Business and Law students.

RIBA House of the Year

London Met tutors Deborah Saunt and David Hills have been shortlisted for the 2016 RIBA House of the Year.

Narrative Contexts in Animation and Architecture

2-8 December 2016

An event of panel presentations, animation screenings and pop-up exhibitions as part of the Making a Living Series at The Cass.

Interpreting the UN

Five students visited Vienna for United Nations training ahead of Chief Interpreter’s visit to London Met.

Get creative this Christmas with The Cass

Sunday 4 December

Students from The Cass will be selling their unique, handmade products at London Met’s Christmas Market.