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London Met at the UK final of global business competition

Two teams from London Met have finished third in the CIMA Global Business Challenge.

Team London Met reach the top six at world class gaming festival

Five London Met students developed 'Penguin Fall' in just 48 hours in an intense competition.

London Met records its highest ever graduate employment score

National survey results published today show London Met's employability focus is paying off for students.

The Cass Summer Show Part 2

The Cass opened the second part of their summer show last week at Central House.

Award winning London Met Graduate publishes thrilling new novel on life in Palestine

Ahmed Masoud has used his experiences of Gaza to write Vanished: The Mysterious Disappearance of Mustafa Ouda.

Link found between babies attention span and later childhood behaviour

London Met academic is the lead author on highly collaborative research showing that newborn attention is linked to later childhood behaviour

London Met graduates win prestigious Hauser & Wirth prize

A team of London Met architecture graduates have won a competition to design a £25,000 artists’ space in Somerset.

Summer festival for staff aims to educate and entertain

Have you booked your place at the Staff Development Festival?

London Met students help Beauty Brand in Virgin’s Pitch to Rich race

With the help of animation students African Health and Beauty brand Aduna are finalists in the Virgin Pitch to Rich competition.

London Met commended for "brilliant" Nepal fundraiser

More than £4,000 has been raised since the University launched its Nepal fundraising campaign last month.

London Met academic nominated for top diversity award

Voting is now open to support Professor Liz Kelly at this year’s National Diversity Awards.

Six London Met Graduates shortlisted in prestigious architecture competition

Architecture graduates from London Met shortlisted to re-design Hauser & Wirth’s out-building to build a creative haven for artists in residence.

A personal Indo-Caribbean history

Emeritus Professor and former Head of Caribbean Studies Clem Seecharan returns to London Met to discuss his new collection of essays.

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