Latest London Met alumni news
Campaign launched to encourage 'bio-blitz'
The campaign encourages citizens to find as many species of animals, plants and fungi in their outdoor space as they can in one day.
London Met ranks sixth in UK for teaching quality in new Good Uni Guide
Overall, the University climbed 25 places in the Times and Sunday Times league table, with teaching quality and student experience shown to be of a particularly high standard.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Success
Jilly Topping, undergraduate Fine Arts BA student, has had her work included in this year’s show.
Pop-up Covid vaccine clinics come to London Met
The clinics will run from 27-28 September at our Holloway Road campus, and 4-5 October at our Aldgate campus.
The Lady with the Maths
Dr Noel-Ann Bradshaw gave her presidential address at this year’s British Science Festival, exploring the data, maths and statistics work of Florence Nightingale.
Students offer free support to small businesses, social enterprises and charities in London
Small businesses, social enterprises and charities can receive bespoke, free support from London Met, with entrepreneurial students offering their skills in a wide range of areas.
London Met surges in Guardian league tables
High scores in student satisfaction, value added and spend-per-student contributed to London Met rising 31 places in the league table.
London Met academic named Charity Times Rising Star of the Year
Dr Nicola Sharps-Jeff, emeritus fellow of CWASU and CEO of Surviving Economic Abuse, was recognised for her impact in raising awareness and transforming responses to economic abuse.
London Met recognised for gender equality work
Bronze Athena Swan award a significant landmark as work begins on Silver accreditation.
The Master's Show
13 -18 September 2021
The dates have been announced for the School of Art, Architecture and Design's first on-site and in-person graduation exhibition since 2019.
'Enough Already' - Unit 08 Masters of Architecture students exhibit research on the nature of reuse
Christopher Smith, recent MArch graduate and Unit 08 alumnus, explores the recent exhibition and the process of building it.
Exploring Swiss design classics
London Met academics will take part in a fringe event for the Design History Society annual conference.
How your travel inspires the next generation
Jadon Joyner, International Officer at London Met, discusses representation in study abroad experiences, a topic he'll explore at this year's Diversity Abroad Annual Conference.
Computer Systems Engineering grad recognised for outstanding engineering talent
Computer Systems Engineering graduate Geza Tankovics has been awarded a prize by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Interior design alumni makes the finals of national competition
David Haziz, the founder of arbor + co, was named in the Workplace Interiors category.
"Greater sense of confidence in my abilities"
Single father of five Stavros Giannoulatos, who just graduated in English Literature and Creative Writing with first class honours, talks us through his past three years at London Met.
BBC wildfire coverage for recent journalism graduate
Recent graduate Nikos Papanikolaou has been reporting on the Greek wildfires for BBC Newsnight.
The ecological benefits of green walls
Architect, designer and founder of urban rewilding campaign Rewild My Street Sian Moxon explains why green walls are one way to mitigate environmental problems and improve biodiversity.
Pandemics, Homeworking and the Security of Voice Computing
Anthony Phipps, a PhD student within the Cyber Security Centre, comments on his research into audio cybersecurity and the security of voice computing in light of the pandemic.
East End Archive exhibition
30 September 2021- January 2022
An exhibition of photography of London's East End in the 1970s and 1980s will be held at Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives.
Music lecturer joins up with film director alumni
Stephen Good, Course leader for Music Technology BSc, will lead on sound design and audio mixing.
Above and beyond: Delivering support services remotely
Professor Liz Kelly, Director of the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, and MA student Selma Taha, comment on the challenges faced by support services during the pandemic.
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The future is flexible: student services and wellbeing beyond Covid
London Met's Mark Ellul spoke at a recent panel discussion hosted by the Chronicle of Higher Education, exploring student wellbeing.
International opportunities for tomorrow's leaders
London Met and the EU Business School launch new partnership.
Circular Economy practices in Indian manufacturing: roadblocks and solutions
A workshop co-organised by London Met’s Dr Anil Kumar investigated the major challenges to delivering a Circular Economy (CE) practices adoption in the Indian manufacturing industry.
Exploring cross-cultural diversity in leadership styles
Professor of Organisational Leadership, Doris Schedlitzski, was part of an expert panel exploring diversity of leadership styles in an increasingly connected world.
"I got huge support from day one"
Habiba Elbeh credits the support she got from her professors in pushing her forward to graduate with a first-class Pharmaceutical Science degree.
"Studying alongside people from different cultures gives you different perspectives"
Completing a degree amid the pandemic was a challenge for new Psychology grad Alice, but her experiences of it provided an important component for her first-class dissertation.
"The greatest accomplishment of my life"
The opportunity to study in a city overflowing with culture drew Erandi to London Met, who this week graduates with a Business Administration BA.
"London Met was one of the best choices of my life"
Graduating in London was a long-held dream of Veronica Bucciacchio's, who this week is achieving just that as she collects a Sports and Exercise Science BSc.
Expanding the role of pharmacists in general practice
A new editorial co-authored by London Met Professor of Applied Health Research, Duncan Stewart, explores the potential of Structured Medication Reviews (SMR).
Remembering Robert (Bob) Harbison
The former Professor of Architecture at London Met is remembered for the innovative approach he took to to his subject, and for the sense of wonder with which he approached the world.
The first five years after graduation
Theodora Alfredsdottir, Associate Lecturer in Interior Design, will be giving a talk in collaboration with Creative Skills Network.
London Met student in the final for national comedy award
Digital Media student Omar Badawy is a finalist in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards 2021.
Student and Staff Research Conference 2021: Negotiating a Changed World
London Met PhD student Amy Chave reflects on the University’s recent student and staff research conference.
Art workshop with students from Tower Hamlets
The School of Art, Architecture and Design organised a workshop for students from Stepney All Saints.
London Met partners with The Liliesleaf Trust UK
Among other initiatives, this partnership will create a PhD opportunity with the Centre of Memory and Learning to develop a community-focused engagement programme.
London Met photography student selected as Carte Blanche student laureate
Mina Boromond, who is in her final year of London Met’s Photography BA, was one of only four students in Europe whose work will be shown at a major Paris exhibition.
Celebrating innovation and excellence in Islington education
The University was proud to sponsor the Teacher of the Year category at the third annual Islington Education Awards.
Injury and rehab clinic organises pop-up at local 5k run
The clinic’s sports therapists will be providing the runners with expert injury advice.
London Met shines in National Student Survey
London Met’s student satisfaction scores well above the average for the UK, with the University placing higher than almost all Russell Group institutions in this year's NSS.
London Met photography students shortlisted for industry award
The work of Photography BA students Mina Boromand and Kasia Kowalska were recognised in the Association of Photographers Student Awards.
Joint Degrees and International Transitions in Higher Education
A new book from Professor of International Higher Education, Jan Bamford explores students' experience of internationalisation on joint double degree programmes.
London Met highlighted in COP26 Universities Network
The University has been recognised for the role of its academic research and sustainability strategy in driving a zero-carbon future.
The London Met Lab announces new partnership with Living Under One Sun
The two organisations will work together to promote civic engagement and community connection in Tottenham.
Debut poetry collection to be published from celebrated alumna
Warsan Shire’s new work, Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head, will be published 3 March 2022.
London Met supports Islington Living Wage campaign
The University, which has been committed to paying the London Living Wage since 2014, joins the campaign to make Islington North London’s first Living Wage Borough.
Learning from Nubia Way
A creative team from The Architecture Foundation is crowdfunding to deliver a short documentary about the Black-led self-build housing scheme.
Dr Noel-Ann Bradshaw selected as General Scientific Section President at British Science Festival
Dr Bradshaw’s Presidential address, The Lady with the Maths, will explore Florence Nightingale’s work within statistics and data visualisation techniques.
Marcus Rashford collaborates with Free Books Campaign
The Free Books Campaign, founded by London Met’s Sofia Akel, will distribute 400 books in collaboration with Marcus Rashford’s Book Club and Macmillan Kids.
Do Black Lives still Matter in higher education?
Staff from London Met’s Centre for Equity and Inclusion discussed the University’s Race Equity Strategy at an HE sector event.
Made in China: What could be more of a cliché?
Professor Wessie Ling will give a keynote to inform curatorial work for the Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen in the Netherlands.
Milling industry support for sustainable housing research project
Wood-Mizer has partnered with the School of Architecture on HomeGrownHouse.
The economic impact of Covid: a bounce back after recession?
Dr Nirmala Lee, Associate Professor in Accounting, Banking and Finance, expects to see an increase in both supply and demand, leading to more jobs becoming available post-pandemic.
Heightened risk of disease as a means of terrorism, say international security experts
Although Covid-19 has heightened concerns about the impact of disease outbreaks, there is not enough awareness about the extent of the dangers of deliberately-caused disease.
London Met named one of UK's best universities for future business leaders
A study by Hitachi Capital Invoice Finance placed London Met sixth in the country for budding CEOs and Managing Directors.
Yinka Ilori on Platinum Jubilee design panel
Yinka will be judging the designs for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee emblem.
Domestic politics and foreign policies
London Met's Dr Angelos Chryssogelos will discuss whether European foreign policy populism is all that different, at a British International Studies Association conference on 23 June.
Student solution to tackling air quality
The local air-quality monitoring system (LAMS) recently won the Climate and Environment category in the Big Idea Challenge.
Abundant Green Networks: Reimagining our Urban Space
London Met rewilding expert to take part in panel to help cities go greener and healthier, by going pesticide-free.
Chicago, Theory, and the Discourse of the Irish Emigrant Letter
London Met academic to deliver paper as part of international conference.
London Met academic elected chair of the Board of Trustees of the British Sociological Association
Professor Louise Ryan will serve as chair of the largest sociological network in the UK for a two-year term.
London Met artist recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours List
Dr Andrew Hewish has been awarded a British Empire Medal for services to the Arts, in recognition of his role as founder and Executive Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing.
Summer in Aldgate exhibition
Art, Architecture and Design students and graduates are creating installations for the community art exhibition.
30 Days Wild
Urban rewilding project run by London Met's Siân Moxon will offer a new tip every weekday to transform cities for the benefit of wildlife.
Start-up success for Accelerator entrepreneurs
Aura Vision, a traffic monitoring and sales support solution for brick-and-mortar stores, is set to sign a multi-million-pound deal.
Operation Trojan Shield: fighting encrypted criminal activities
London Met's Dr Mark Roycroft reports on the operation, which saw over 800 arrested in a huge global crime sting, using an encrypted communications app secretly run by law enforcement.
National Saturday Club’s annual Summer Show
The online exhibition of work goes live Saturday 12 June.
Flipped classrooms and translation technology
Piero Toto, Senior Lecturer in Translation, has a written a chapter in the new book, Empirical Studies of Translation and Interpreting: The Post-Structuralist Approac
Journalism and human rights in Mexico: how to preserve the voices of the killed
The final seminar from the Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre this academic year will explore the danger facing Mexico's journalists.
Underwear start-up, created by London Met alumna, smashes crowdfunding target
MERRI Intimates, which took home the top prize at Big Idea Challenge last year, is still raising funds for unique, beautiful underwear which promotes gynaecological health.
25th Anniversary of the Irish Writers in London Summer School
The Ambassador of Ireland, Adrian O’Neill, hosted a virtual celebration at the Irish Embassy to commemorate the occasion.
Join the Centre for Equity and Inclusion's first Annual Special Guest Lecture
Special Guest Angela Saini, author of Superior and Inferior, will unpack the roots and social construction of race in academia.