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Philippe Nadouce, a French lecturer at London Met, has had his latest book published.
The University has, once again, been recognised as an accredited centre of the Chartered Management Institute.
Suzanne Cohen has been nominated for Into Film’s Educator of the Year Award for her work with Camden Summer University.
Two London Met students have presented their dissertation research at Westminster Palace.
London Metropolitan University is opening three floors of teaching and learning spaces in its brand new Roding building opening in March 2018.
Casswell Bank Architects has been featured in a piece published by The Observer.
A recent investigation by Dispatches exposed how room cleaners at Premier Inn were being paid less than the National Living Wage, at £7.50 per hour.
Yelena Novikova discusses how she’s implemented Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria within the businesses practices of her country.
Dr Simon Jones recently delivered a presentation discussing the implications of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and Quality Assurance Mechanisms at an education conference.
Work by Cass postgraduate jewellery student Lieta Marziali features in new international publication.
The University is taking part in Fairtrade Fortnight and all students and staff are invited to take part.
Two former US Congressmen will be coming to London Met to discuss the first year of Donald Trump’s Presidency, offering a rare and unique insight into American Politics.
The Cass will be presenting the second in its series of public lectures on contemporary design on 20 February at 6:30pm.
Fashion students at the Cass have been gearing up for the annual PROJECT RED fashion show.
Jewellery and Silversmithing students from The Cass exhibit at Contemporary Applied Arts in London.