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St James’s Palace hosts ‘inspiring’ London Met enterprise awards

Big Idea Challenge 2017 showcases London Met’s contribution to innovation and enterprise in the capital.

Vaccinations: what next?

In recognition of World Immunization Week, Dr Gary McLean reflects on the next steps for immunisation programmes.

London Met expert teaches at UN seminar

A London Metropolitan University lecturer recently delivered a guest lecture in Iceland as part of a global programme.

Twelve Big Ideas with the potential to change the world

We take a look at this year’s Big Idea Challenge finalists ahead of the awards night at St James’s Palace later this month.

London Met named UK’s best ‘millennial’ university

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings highlight London Met’s upwards trajectory.

How many coffee cups can you recycle?

London Met’s Moorgate campus will be home to the Square Mile yellow bins.

Encouraging healthier out of home food provision

A new toolkit aims to tackle the national obesity crisis.

The Cass announced as partner for all-night art extravaganza

The Cass has been announced as one of the partner venues for Art Night 2017, a contemporary arts festival which will transform the East End for one summer night.

London Met to host Health, Housing and Community Conference

The University will be hosting a one day conference to raise awareness about how health can be improved in community settings.

New partnership offers Early Childhood Studies graduates employment in Germany

London Met partnership will offer more employment opportunities than ever before.

London Met students have their research posters displayed in Parliament

Sports Science student Elena Luca and Biochemistry student Jorge Moreira represented London Met in Parliament research event.

Students reach quarterfinals of prestigious national mooting competition

Two Law students have reached the quarterfinals of prestigious national mooting competition.

Record-breaking jobs fair highlights London Met’s career-focus

Unprecedented numbers of students attend Placement and Jobs Fair

Expert to highlight the hidden problem of financial abuse

Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs will be presenting her research at Durham University and at Cardiff to raise awareness of financial abuse.

Students moved by Holocaust survivor’s story

George Vulkan, a Holocaust survivor, spoke to International Relations students about “humanity’s darkest hour.”

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