Five students visited Vienna for United Nations training ahead of Chief Interpreter’s visit to London Met.
Since 2014, graduate interns have joined London Met to learn employment skills in a real-life workplace.
The Living Theatre, one of the world's longest running experimental theatre companies, visited London Met to deliver a two-day workshop and lecture.
A new online Q&A session is set to launch where anyone can ask a member of London Met’s Alumni any question.
13 December at 6pm
New book on youth, religion and politics in London will launch at the University next month.
Graduate’s research on the challenges of interpreters being present in police interviews has been published in the National Police Library.
Former Front Row Rugby Union player will deliver a guest lecture at London Met this week.
The University scooped up five sustainability awards this week.
Dr Nirmala Lee is now one of four senior academics at London Met who have this recognition.
Hannah Thompson celebrates the end of her sound art residency at Senate House Library with a live performance.
London Met academic will play a prominent role in assisting global journal during times of change to its scope and focus.
London Metropolitan University is piloting a new initiative to help design students launch their careers and provide support to students beyond graduation.
Computer Networking students represented London Met at 24 hour Cisco innovation challenge.
London Met Translation expert offers guidance on ‘Learning Beyond the Comfort Zone’ at national conference.
London Met is part of a consortium of universities that will offer new policing apprenticeships as part of national scheme.
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