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Latest London Met alumni news
Cass alumnus wins London Festival of Architecture award
Cass alumnus Yinka Illori wins second London Festival of Architecture award.
Fresh Perspectives: Graduate Internship Scheme 2018/19
New intake of graduate interns begin work at London Met
World Mental Health Awareness Day 2018
London Met staff raise awareness of key issues and support services available for students and staff.
Cass graduate designs first ever Starbucks in Italy
Cass Alumna co-lead of the design team behind Starbucks's most ambitious project.
A greeting from our new Vice-Chancellor
Professor Lynn Dobbs began work today as Vice-Chancellor of London Metropolitan University promising to be a tireless ambassador for students.
"Art saved my life" former Cass student to appear on BBC Radio 4
David Tovey to appear in a documentary called Outsiders.
Furniture graduate achieves triple success
Furniture and Product Design BA alumnus Moe Redish continues to build a reputation as one of the UK's most exciting young furniture designers.
London Met Summer School 2018
Two-week programme allows young people from underrepresented groups a taste of University life.
Signy Svalastoga | 1957-2018
Beloved and inspiring Head of Architecture at The Cass has passed away following a short illness
Graduate stories: Sarai Bibby
Sarai joined London Met as a mature student to study textiles and found herself along the way.
Work of Cass student chosen for front cover of Architects’ Journal
Industry bible select work of Ross Kirker for their students' special edition
Celebrating our 2018 summer graduates
Hundreds of graduates celebrated their achievements at the Barbican Centre on what is undoubtedly one of the biggest days of their lives.
Graduate stories: Zak Abdi Ali
Zak Abdi Ali joined London Met after devastating personal circumstances meant he had to drop out of his first university. Zak graduated with a 2.1.
Architecture student work showcased at Blueprint for the Future public exhibition
The Cass architecture students showcase their work at Blueprint for the Future event
Graduate stories: Mignon Cristofoli
South African national Mignon worked in finance and as an entrepreneur before London Met helped her pursue her dream of becoming a scientist.
Cass alumnus wins prestigious Dulwich Pavilion competition
Yinka Ilori wins the Dulwich Pavilion competition organised by the London Festival of Architecture.
Graduate stories: Klara Orackova
2018 Graduand Klara Orackova shares her memories of three eventful years at London Met
Graduate stories: Hind Sara Bechari Martin
BSc Psychology graduand Hind Sara Bechari Martin shares her graduate story
REPORT: Breaking down the barriers to higher education
New report highlights the outreach work being powered by the Sir John Cass's Foundation's generous support of London Met.
Another record breaking year for career prospects at London Met
Newly released figures show that a record 96.7% of all London Met students are in employment or further study six months after graduating
Cass graduate wins prestigious international Young Talent Architecture Award
Matthew Gregorowski named as one for four winners of Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA)
London Metropolitan University appoints Professor Lynn Dobbs as its next Vice-Chancellor
Professor Dobbs will join the University in October 2018.
Cass alumna wins New Designers Top Prize and features in Crafts Magazine's Top Alumni.
Majeda Clarke wins prestigious award at leading industry event
School of Computing and Digital Media summer show 2018
The School of Computing and Digital Media hosted two of their biggest annual events last week; SEND 2018 and the School Summer Show 2018.
Cass Summer Shows 2018 – dates announced
Students from London Met’s Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design showcase their talent with a season of summer events.
EVENT: Weird Garden
First Thursday evening of experimental sound and vision curated by Fine Art student Raisa Watkiss returns to The Cass.
EVENT: It’s Going to be Good
19 April 2018
Cass to host International event for young change makers to coincide with Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting – and you can help.
Roding’s innovative world-leading classroom technology
By Nicole Mitchell, Project Communications Officer
Suzanne Cohen named as Film Educator of the Year
Suzanne Cohen, who teaches Film at London Metropolitan University, has won the Educator of the Year Award at the 2018 Into Film Awards.
Roding Building to open in March
London Metropolitan University is opening three floors of teaching and learning spaces in its brand new Roding building opening in March 2018.
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.
London Met alumna gives TEDx talk
Yelena Novikova discusses how she’s implemented Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria within the businesses practices of her country.
Tales from the Toolbox
Work by Cass postgraduate jewellery student Lieta Marziali features in new international publication.
The forgotten suffragettes: a Cass talk
The Cass are hosting a talk discussing women's rights and class struggle, including activists of today who wish to learn from our sisters of the past.
Sociology Reader named as Sociologist of the Month
Dr Svetlana Stephenson has been named Sociologist of the Month by a prestigious peer-reviewed academic journal.
Contributing knowledge to sports therapists
A Sports Therapy professional has contributed to a leading trade publication, drawing on his personal experience with a debilitating sporting injury.
Colour-In Fashion: How should fashion embrace diversity?
The University hosted a panel of fashion industry experts to discuss how diversity should be embraced within the industry.
Upholstery staff and alumni feature in national exhibition
The National Centre for Craft and Design is host to a new exhibition entitled Upholstery: Evolution to Revolution.
London Met alumnus is artist in residence at Grow Pod
Gareth Jones, an alumnus of The Cass, has become the first artist in residence at Grow Pod, Hackney’s new community venue.
The Seeker – Travelling the world virtually
New Work by Cass MA Fine Art alumna Nye Thompson to be presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Cass Photography lecturer is part of high profile London exhibition
The work of Paola Leonardi focuses on the people and places at the edges of Europe.
London Met alumna to host Eurovision 2018
Daniela Ruah is a well-known actress in NCIS: Los Angeles.
Students’ Union celebrates the opening of its brand new home
London Met Students' Union celebrates the opening of its new £1.2 million home.
London Met students hear about life as a Social Worker
London Metropolitan University recently hosted Karen Goodman of the British Association of Social Workers.
Student’s client liaison idea is runner-up in national law competition
A Legal Practice Course student has won runner up in a national competition. She was shortlisted against students from other universities as well as established legal companies.
In the Dust of Things Unsettled
The Cass students think outside the box at iconic London art venues.
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.
Why is there a gender pay gap between male and female pilots, and what can we do to address it?
‘EasyJet recently revealed a 45% gender pay gap, which they link to a shortage of female pilots despite their attempts to recruit more in,” says Human Resource Management expert.
Evaluating firefighters’ lifestyles
A London Metropolitan University graduate’s abstract will be published in a nutritional journal, after winning the top prize after presenting his work to the Nutrition Society.
Making marketing research more accessible
Dr Chahid Fourali has collaborated with marketing research practitioners from around the world to bring together a publication which investigates how to make marketing more successful.
The 100 Women Challenge, a documentary
Professor Liz Kelly takes part in the BBC's 100 Women Challenge project.
London Met’s graduates celebrated at the Barbican
The Winter Graduation ceremony saw hundreds of London Met graduands celebrate their academic achievements at London’s Barbican Centre.
Vice-Chancellor meets international scholars
London Met has welcomed a new cohort of eight international scholarship students to the University, underlining its global reputation as an inspirational place to study.
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.
Students participate in international travel trade show
Tourism and Travel Management students participated in this year’s World Travel Market London business fair.
The Cass to host multimedia and live performance event
The Cass will be hosting an exhibition of multimedia installations and live performances next week.
Architecture students present their work to the Mayor of Leicester
Students studying the urban development of cities in the Midlands recently had the opportunity to present their work to the Mayor of Leicester.
Making a real difference after graduating
Journalism graduate Irene Cafagna landed a high profile job opportunity after graduating and credits the experience she received at London Met with helping her achieve her "dream role."
Where can you end up only two years after graduating?
London Met graduate Amelie Gericke now works for the Cabinet Office in UK Government.
What it means to be a Designer – Designing furniture for your old university
New teaching space furniture that is enhancing the learning experience for students has now been installed in some classrooms at the Holloway campus.
Narratives of Difference in an Age of Austerity
Dr Irene Gedalof’s new publication explores the narratives underpinning UK austerity policies and their impact on inequalities of gender, race and disability.
Green London Met scores big
The University’s sustainability team has, once again, been announced as a winner of a national energy award.
The Cass’s Head of Visual Communications to imagine Southampton in the future
Susanna Edwards has been asked to use her expertise to visualise what Southampton will be like in 2117.
London Met’s Students’ Union open the doors of their new home
London Met's Students' Union has moved into its brand new home in Harglenis Building.
Researching new cancer treatments
A London Met academic and graduate have embarked on a cross-collaborative research project that aims to find new therapies for cancer patients.
Where can a Community Development and Leadership degree take you?
London Met graduates tell us where they are working now they have finished their degrees and the different paths a degree can take you.
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.
London Met Alumna is changing lives in Dehli
Architecture graduate Julia King has recently completed her PhD by practice project in Savda Ghevra, Delhi.
Leading the way sustainably
London Metropolitan University has been nominated for Best Carbon Management and Best Employee Engagement and Behaviour Change.
Professor Grieve CBE QPM is recognised for a lifetime achievement award
Professor John Grieve won runner up in the lifetime achievement category at this 2017 NO2H8 Crime Awards.