We take pride in both our UK and international partnerships and we work in partnership with our educational providers across the globe to make a lasting difference. We have a truly international reach and have a strong belief in transforming lives through education throughout the world.
We collaborate with a wide range of partners both in the UK and internationally. Our aim is to develop high-quality partnerships, which embrace the values of our University and are of mutual benefit to both ourselves and our partners. These are supported by our academics to ensure excellent teaching standards that are internationally recognised.
We are experienced in building and maintaining strong partnerships through course franchises, validations, articulations and progression opportunities. We take great pleasure in enhancing the student experience in country and also in developing our global links with business and industry, which adds to our research excellence.
Prospective partners can contact Dr Wendy Bloisi directly about new potential business.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs to retire
London Metropolitan University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lynn Dobbs announced her plan to retire at the end of the year.
London Met and Mobilise awarded Knowledge Transfer Partnership
The University is pairing with innovative caregiving organisation Mobilise, using cutting-edge technology such as AI to improve support options for carers.
London Met are planting for the future
Staff and student project from the School of Art, Architecture and Design to plant 420 saplings as part of Woodland Trust scheme.
London Met celebrates success of social work teaching partnership
The North East London Teaching Partnership recently celebrated the achievements of social workers who completed a short professional course at the University.
London Met and Islington Council launch disability and health conditions employment report
Report identifies employment barriers for people with disability and long-term health conditions, including key recommendations to address them.
London Met partners with Liliesleaf Trust UK for an exhibition celebrating Leah Tutu's 90th birthday
Students and staff from the University contributed to an exhibition in Cape Town dedicated to the famous South African activist.
London Met student hosts Schopenhauer workshop at prestigious congress in Romania
First-year PhD student, Oliver Brown, successfully convened a workshop at the fourth World Congress on Logic and Religion, held in Sinaia, Romania, between 3 and 8 September.
London Met MA art students deliver impactful performances and workshops at new installation
The ambitious project was commissioned to celebrate local community history in collaboration with the London Festival of Architecture and Aldgate BID.
London Met academic shines at Edinburgh Fringe once again
Rishi Trikha’s show Stuntman received widespread acclaim at the world renowned arts and culture festival.
London Met hosts second annual Stalking and Harassment Knowledge Exchange
The conference brought together academics, police and third sector organisations that support victims of stalking and harassment.
International Data Conference held at London Met
The fourth International Conference on Data Analytics and Management was held for the first time in the UK at London Met on 23 and 24 June.
London Met partners with acclaimed new catering company
The university has partnered with hospitality business BaxterStorey to develop a nutritious and sustainable offering for students and staff.
London Met welcomes local schools to annual Great Science Share event
Local Islington primary schools exhibited their science projects as part of the campaign aiming to improve STEM subject uptake, hosted at the London Met campus.
London Met hosts Staff and Student Research Conference
‘Small Steps Matter: Research Towards a Better World’ conference held earlier this year in July.