About London Metropolitan University

Latest news

Lisa Day recognised by internationally renowned professional body

Paper by London Guildhall lecturer accepted into the programme of the Academy of Management’s annual conference.

Furniture Design Students take Milan

Staff and Students from The Cass join Vivienne Westwood and Tiipoi to showcase at Milan's annual Design Week

"Reading the News is Bad For Your Health," scientists say

London Metropolitan University presents a public forum debating the ethics of scientific reporting

Engaging a new generation in democracy

Young people were encouraged to seize the opportunity to have their say to shape their future at the Generation Vote event at London Metropolitan University.

Cobra founder Lord Bilimoria to talk international students and economy at London Met

Lord Bilimoria is to deliver the Annual Limerick Lecture on Thursday 23 April

The Arts Emergency Response Centre opens at The Cass Bank Gallery

British creatives Jarvis Cocker and Vampire Weekend support Arts Emergency and the arts as an Election Issue

London Met hosts first ever Pro Bono Law Fair

Pro Bono Law Fair gives Law students an opportunity to put what their degree to practice.

Powerful and emotional play Sticks & Stones performed at London Met

The University has hosted a production of a new play about the effects of emotional abuse.

London Met Student’s Passport to Employment

The Assessment and Development Centre gives students a unique opportunity to raise their potential for future employment.

London Met academic and novelist releases her latest ‘gripping, thought provoking’ novel

London Met Creative Writing and English Literature lecturer, Sunny Singh, publishes her third novel, Hotel Arcadia (Quartet Books).

Get up and Go!

Cass students get a taste of furniture design as a method of problem solving.

FLSC Student Horizon Conference - inspiring others

The annual student-led conference showcased talent and inspiration from the Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing.

London Met’s Professor Jeffrey Haynes receives prestigious International Award

The academic based in the University’s Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities is recognised by the International Studies Association

Journalism students, broadcasting live

London Met Journalism students put their skills into action at newly equipped radio studio

Setting the education agenda for the next Parliament

Academics and politicians met at London Met to discuss what the direction and the priorities should be for the new government in education.

More about London Met