School of Computing and Digital Media's Summer Show dates announced

The School of Computing and Digital Media's Summer Show will be held on 6 - 7 June in the world famous Graduate Centre. Events to celebrate the School will take place from 6 - 14 June.

Date: 2 May 2019

Students, staff and alumni of London Metropolitan University are invited to attend a series of events to celebrate work created by our students over the current academic year.

Summer Show

The annual School of Computing and Digital Media Summer Show will be held on 6 and 7 June.

Visitors will be able to play video games and interact with some novel high-tech toys, see exciting cyber security and electronics demos, explore interactive worlds, listen to new music and experience acoustic soundscapes, as well as participate in project discussions with students and academics.

There will be a screening of outstanding short films, documentaries and animation by media students, including thought-provoking Q&As with the film-makers from 6.45-8.30pm in Room TMG-58 on Thursday 6 June.

Tickets are free but must be booked on Eventbrite.

Final Cuts

On Friday 14 June, the School will host their annual Final Cuts event which premieres the best of Film and Television Production BA student film work at the BFI in Southbank.

A wide range of fiction and non-fiction projects will be presented, from documentaries to music videos and more experimental work.

The event is free to attend and tickets can be found on Eventbrite.


London Metropolitan University is dedicated to boosting employability for its students and the School’s Enterprising and Networking Day (SEND) will take place on Thursday 6 June.

The session will kick off the Summer Show and is open to all students from the School. It is strongly recommended that final year students attend. It will be hosted in London Met’s globally known Graduate Centre.

Industry expert guests include representatives from the Guardian, the National Local Authority WARPS, Lloyds Banking Group, and a casting agent for TV roles.

A full itinerary can be viewed online using your London Metropolitan University login credentials. Access is available to University staff and students only.

Tickets are free and can be found on Eventbrite.

A games animation still created by a London Met student