London Met offers a wide range of expertise to businesses and organisations across the private, public and third sectors in the heart of London and beyond. Drawing from our diverse talent pool of students, graduates and expert staff we can provide solutions that are cost effective and timely. We will help you to:
- employ a student
- source an intern or placement student
- find a volunteer
- mentor our students
- engage with continuing professional development opportunities
- employ apprenticeship teachers (Level 6)
- access facilities for hire
Business and partnership services
Recruit our students
How we can help employers
London Metropolitan University gives employers access to students from a wide range of backgrounds and subject areas.
Support for small businesses and start-ups
Accelerator is our specialist business incubator in Shoreditch, the heart of London's digital media community. We specialise in business development programmes for growing businesses.
Mentor a student
Career mentoring programme
The London Met career mentoring programme matches current students with professional mentors.
Get help from our students
At London Metropolitan University we offer a free service for organisations looking to recruit volunteers, helping you to source volunteers from our student body.
Teacher training via apprenticeship
Up-skill your current employees or benefit from recruiting new apprentices.
Venues and facilities for hire
Excellent spaces and great facilities
If you're looking for a flexible, central London location to stage your event, look no further than London Metropolitan University.
Student enterprise programme
Have you got an idea for a business?
We give you the opportunity to discuss your business ideas with a professionally qualified business advisors. We also offer funding and office space, as well running regular workshops.
News related to businesses and employers
Is it fair to pay less than minimum wage?
A recent investigation by Dispatches exposed how room cleaners at Premier Inn were being paid less than the National Living Wage, at £7.50 per hour.
Cass Alumnus wins London Festival of Architecture Modern Maypole competition
A Cass Architecture alumnus, Alex Scott-Whitby has been announced as the winner of the London Festival of Architecture’s Modern Maypole competition in the centre of London.
Food Matters for London Met
Dietetics and Nutrition students from London Metropolitan University were given the opportunity to share their expertise and network at a major expo held at ExCel London.
Hearing from a former football star
Former NFL player, Jason Brisbane, visited the University to deliver a guest lecture to sports business management students.
Green London Met shortlisted for two awards
London Metropolitan University has been shortlisted for two Energy Managers Association (EMA) Energy Management 2017 Awards.
Cass lecturer’s project is part of Mayor of London’s environmental strategy
Siân Moxon, Senior Lecturer and Sustainability Coordinator at The Cass, winning London National Park City design is now part of the Mayor of London's environmental strategy.
Celebrating Europe’s first Professor of Nanotechnology Manufacturing, a London Met alumnus
Professor Terry Wilkins has been made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Leading the way sustainably
London Metropolitan University has been nominated for Best Carbon Management and Best Employee Engagement and Behaviour Change.
London Met to open new Highbury Canteen
London Metropolitan University will introduce a new Highbury Canteen to the Holloway campus by March 2018.
London Met named as a finalist for prestigious national award
The University has been shortlisted for the Duke of York Award for University Entrepreneurship.
Entrer: Five architectures in Belgium
The Cass hosts an immersive exhibition exploring the diversity of Belgian architecture.
Cass Starters at SCP
A group of graduates from The Cass, who took part in the successful Cass Starters project, will be exhibiting with SCP as part of the London Design Festival.
The Cass at Calcutta: a home for creativity
We take a look at the new facilities opening to students at The Cass as the School completes its move to Calcutta House.