London Met Heroes

Our inspiring alumni that work across the globe

Here at London Met we encourage and support our students to be the very best they can. Our current students, staff and graduates are impacting the world of science, pushing creative boundaries and campaigning against social injustices. Read on to find out how our London Met heroes are changing the world.

London Met will prepare you for your future career

All our London Met heroes

  • Alexander Mueller

    Furniture and Product Design BA (Hons)

    "London Met also has a great workshop space, a hands-on approach to studying and an amazing history with the London College of Furniture."

  • Ashley Ball

    BA International Relations alumna, freelance communications, strategy and campaigns consultant, and advisor on the 'Obama for America' 2008 campaign.

  • Professor Chris Palmer

    "I’m working on a translational project attempting to identify antibodies and peptides which bind to and block sodium channels in breast and colon cancer and citrate transporters in prostate cancer."

  • Cristina Leggio

    Biomedical Science BSc

    "When handling samples of a deadly virus there is no room for error.”

  • Imogen Belfield

    Jewellery BA (Hons)

    "I feel very honoured, as my years of training, learning and discovering at The Cass were some of the best, and I am incredibly proud to be a Cass alumni!"

  • Jesse Quinones

    Creative Writing BA (Hons), Film and Broadcast Production MA

    "I’m proud to be a London Met student because I really admire their egalitarian approach to education. What it provides is an equal platform where anybody can study."

  • Lord Bilimoria, CBE, DL

    “I was fortunate to have studied Law at Cambridge and then Accountancy at London Metropolitan University, which has always stood out as an institution that gives an outstanding education to people regardless of their background.”

  • Quinn Koike

    International Business Management BA (Hons)

    "I would recommend trying out your idea if you have one, even if it’s on a really small scale... if you can show you’re passionate and proactive, you’ll find you’re given much more help and guidance than you originally anticipated."

  • Rachel Ward

    "The new One Campus, One Community project is a great opportunity to improve the sustainability of our estate and I’m working closely with the planners to ensure we consider as many options as possible."

  • Sharon Heidaripour

    Inspirer

    BSc Sports Therapy alumna, now FIFA and Arsenal Academy sports therapist working with elite athletes worldwide.

  • Tunde Okewale

    LLB Law – (Hons)

    "The key point to remember is to persist and to develop the courage to move on even when everyone around you is telling you that it is OK to give up."

Why London Met?

Employability

Building your career at London Met

Get access to careers advice, volunteer and job opportunities.

London Met Heroes

Our inspiring alumni that work across the globe

Our current students, staff and graduates are impacting the world of science, pushing creative boundaries and campaigning against social injustices.

Our facilities

Facilities at London Met

We invest in our students by creating state-of-the-art teaching, social and professional spaces.

Films

Videos about London Met

There is only so much you can learn about life at London Met by reading about it. These films give a taste of the student experience, and the benefits of studying with us.

Our libraries and learning resources

Library services at London Met

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Our five star Student Promise

Our promise to you

At London Met, you can get to work, earn it back, shape your course, take our investment, and boost your potential.

Socialising

Social life at London Met

There are many ways to get involved with university life at London Met. After all, it’s not all about studying and exams.

Sport and recreation

Fitness, sport and recreation at London Met

Learn more about our sport societies, clubs, teams, fitness and gym facilities.

Students' Union

About London Met's Students' Union, LondonMetSU

London Met SU voices the views and concerns of our students on a range of issues relating to the University and the wider community.

Supporting our students

Guidance at London Met

Support services including disabilities and dyslexia, counselling, chaplaincy, sport and recreation, and Students' Union.