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New film attacks “stifled creativity” in British schools

Art Party combines spoof and documentary to send important message about education and the arts

London Met secures Buttle Trust Quality Mark

The University’s commitment to helping care leavers into higher education has been recognised

Student satisfaction on the rise at London Met

National Student Survey results see London Met receive its joint highest ever score for Student Satisfaction

Double success for international relations student

London Met's Karolina Wicher has won not one but two highly coveted placements.

Artist Bex shortlisted for Young Masters Art Prize

Fine Art graduate Bex Massey has been shortlisted for the Young Masters Art Prize.

"You Really Got Me" an honorary degree?

Kinks frontman Ray Davies has been awarded an honorary degree.

Catching up with multimedia graduate Tobrise Chinosa

What has Tobrise Chinosa been up to since he graduated from London Met ten years ago?

It’s not all sun, sea and sand for tourism students on Malta trip

Tourism and travel management students get their hands dirty in sunny Malta

New scheme to help law students get ahead

A mentoring scheme has been launched at London Met to help law students from under represented backgrounds get into the legal profession

A taste of university life at London Met’s summer schools

London Met’s summer schools are in full swing after opening its doors to students from across the city.

London Met graduate campaigning to end extreme poverty

London Met alumni joined over 100 ONE Youth Ambassadors from across Europe to descend on to the European Parliament.

Innovation doesn't just happen - it's planned

New MSc degree to give students the know-how to make innovation thrive in their enterprises

London Met celebrates social justice

University's first Social Justice Summer School proves a great success

New report reveals London Met's social impact

Information released by OFFA and HEFCE shows London Met exceeds access and outreach targets

London Met’s Lil Chase launches first book in new series

Creative writing graduate Lil Chase has released the first book in a brand new series aimed at young girls Tara’s Sister Trouble.

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