School of Computing and Digital Media news archive
Bafta winning director delivers dramatic workshop
Geoff Posner, producer of British TV shows such as Little Britain, teaches students at London Met the practice of dramatic blocking
EVENT: Behind these walls
London Met’s first artist-in-residence in Music will exhibit her work at The Wash House, at the Cass, from Friday 5 April.
Brexit in the media and gender equality: a journey in Spain
Two London Met lecturers flew out to Spain last week to lecture on Brexit and careers coaching - and take a stand in favour of gender equality.
Games Modelling Student Part of Oscar-Winning Film Team
Second-year student Ahmed Walid helped on the new Spiderman film
Brexit: Have we shrunk your world
Written by Rhanie Al-Alas
Journalists and a Haringey Councillor come together to discuss what will happen after Brexit.
Love your Family, Love London Met
Annual Family Day invites London Met’s students to bring their children onto campus for to show them what university life is all about.
Look to the future with 5G technology
Professor Bal Virdee organised a high-profile conference to discuss plans for the rollout of 5G mobile internet
Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle
Destiny Ekaragha, a renowned British film director and London Met graduate, has recently directed part of a BBC series looking at previous social issues in the UK.
EVENT: Brexit: Have we shrunk your world?
A topical and timely debate held at London Met will explore what Brexit means for young people, two weeks before the UK will withdraw from the European Union.
London Met graduates win Royal Television Society Award
The filmmaking team, comprised of four graduates, won the Factual category.
Cultural appropriation or cultural appreciation?
Three Journalism BA students report on the special event organised by the School of Computing and Digital Media and The Cass.
Education at London Met cited as 'an example of good practice' by the European Commission
London Metropolitan University has been named as "an example of good practice" and a "source of inspiration for others" by the European Commission, an executive body of the EU.
Film Production alumni nominated for Royal Television Society Awards
Rachel Kaden and six other Film graduates had two films nominated in the Drama and Factual categories
Third place for London Met cyber students at national conference
A team of London Met students won third place in a national cyber hacking competition.
New residency pilot launches with London Met Music department
A new Sonic Arts Residency, an artist in residence pilot, has just begun at London Metropolitan University.
Film and Television lecturer speaks at exhibition in Paris
Dr Karen McNally recently travelled to Paris to speak at Film Musicals: A Glorious Feeling, a major new exhibition on the musical film genre.
Cyber Security Research Centre attends Lloyds Banking Group's Innovation Community event
London Metropolitan University attended Lloyds Banking Group's inaugural Innovation Community event, a day-long session to bring together stories, collaboration and knowledge.
Bringing teeth to life through film
Run by lecturer Suzanne Cohen, the museum animation project at Camden Summer University provides opportunities for young people on the autistic spectrum to make and develop films.
2017/18 Academic Excellence Award winners announced
Congratulations to our 2017/18 Academic Excellence Award winners. We are proud of your achievements and wish you all the best for the future.
EXHIBITION: Women in Focus
Associate Lecturer, Sara Hannant, will have her work featured in an exhibition in Cardiff.
Associate Lecturer nominated for British Photography Award
Sara Hannant, Associate Lecturer in Photojournalism at London Met, has been shortlisted for the 2019 British Photography Award.
Lost trades of Islington Exhibition
An exhibition remembering the forgotten trades of Islington's past takes place this week at London Metropolitan University.
Black Hollywood: They’ve Gotta Have Us
Acclaimed film director and London Met alumna contributes to BBC documentary.
The hidden effect of African-American performances
Dr Karen McNally has been published in internationally renowned French magazine, Positif, giving a critical analysis of the history of African-American performers in the musical genre.
London Met lecturer wins Royal Institution Masterclass award
Dr Saeed Reza Taghizadeh has won an award for ‘Inspirational Masterclass Speaker’ at Royal Institution’s prestigious Masterclass awards.
Celebrating the Accelerator
To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Accelerator are hosting a launch party to mark the occasion and unveil its new and improved spaces.
London Met to open cyber security centre of excellence
An exciting new Cyber Security Research Centre will launch at London Met with the aim to foster and nurture the University’s strong entrepreneurial culture.
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.
Graduate stories: Ariadna Gonzalez Lopez
Ariadna Gonzalez Lopez was unsure about what she wanted to do after university. Since graduating from London Met, she is the most confident she has ever been.
Improving social inclusion for London’s young people
London Met’s Widening Participation team work with young people across London and host a range of taster days to give tomorrow’s leaders a taste of university life.
Graduate recognised for outstanding engineering talent
Luca Bonaschi, an engineering graduate, has been recognised by the Institute of Engineering and Technology, one of the world’s leading engineering networks.
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.
Our very own director who made the cut
Nathan Hannawin, an alumnus of the University, has been nominated for ‘Film Director of the Year’ award.
Lights, camera, action!
Three London Met alumni have returned to the University to use the campus as a set for leading lesbian fiction, ‘But She Is My Student.’
Peer-reviewing postgraduate research
Postgraduate students from across the University had the opportunity to present their research findings to students from other areas, promoting cross-collaboration and peer-review.
Journalism students celebrate London Met Magazine Awards 2018
Final year Journalism students came together to celebrate their work and receive awards.
EVENT: Computing and Digital Media Show
The annual Computing and Digital Media Show will be held on Thursday 14 – Saturday 16 June. You are invited to attend this free event.
Final Cuts: screening at BFI Southbank
Students from Film and Broadcast production screen their work at London’s BFI Southbank each year just before graduating. This year’s screening will be held on Friday 15 June.
Young entrepreneurs celebrated at Big Idea Challenge awards
Budding entrepreneurs from across London have been taking part in the annual Big Idea Challenge, one of London’s biggest entrepreneurial competitions for young people.
A celebration of London's entrepreneurs at the Big Idea Challenge awards 2018
With over 10,000 votes cast world-wide, London Met’s Big Idea Challenge really was its biggest yet. Find out who the 2018 winners are.
London Met lecturer organises insightful 5G conference
A London Met lecturer organised a conference on 5G mobile technology, in conjunction with the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
London Met student performs alongside world-renowned orchestra
Dina Hamad, a student at London Metropolitan University, was invited to perform alongside one of the world’s most prestigious orchestras.
The sky’s the limit
Two students have made a short film to celebrate the opening of the new roof garden which is based at Calcutta House.
Introducing...London Met Journalism Diversity Network
A new scheme at the University offers Journalism students the chance to get exciting real-life work placements, through the well-established lecturers’ networks.
London Met takes part in ‘Lost Trades of Islington’ project with Age UK
Recording the memories of those who worked in industries no longer existing in Islington.
Hearing about the life of a development producer
Caroline Clayton, a development producer who has worked on several high-profile documentaries, came into the University to offer her knowledge to students.
Industry Recognition for BA Journalism students
Two student magazines have been shortlisted for the prestigious Student Publication Association (SPA) Awards
Celebrating International Women’s Day
The University hosted an event in honour of International Women’s Day to celebrate the achievements of women and how they can reach their career goals through higher education.
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.
London Met students celebrate International Women’s Day through film
A TV show has been produced by London Met students to commemorate International Women’s Day.
Do human rights conflict with national security?
London Metropolitan University hosted a panel discussion on Wednesday 7 March to investigate and debate whether human rights should be compromised in the interest of national security.
London Met lecturer nominated for national film award
Suzanne Cohen has been nominated for Into Film’s Educator of the Year Award for her work with Camden Summer University.
Even more quality teaching at London Metropolitan University
The University is committed to delivering education to the highest standard. A focus is placed on supporting academic staff to become Fellows of the Higher Education Academy.
Playing with Transmission at the Global Game Jam
London Metropolitan University is one of thousands to host the Global Game Jam competition.
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.
Chair of the Office for Students visits London Met
University welcomed Sir Michael Barber to its Holloway campus.
Calling all 2018 Game Jammers
Taking part in the Game Jam initiative offers an insight into how to create, develop, test and launch your very own game. Register your interest now.
London Met staff honoured at 2017 Annual Awards
Staff members recognised for outstanding contribution within the University.
London Met hosts cyber security event in collaboration with the British Computer Society
London Met hosted a day-long event entitled, “Cyber Prevention through Higher Education Collaboration.”
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.
Students ‘don’t believe’ they graduated with Richard Wilson
Richard Wilson OBE, aka Victor Meldrew, was awarded an honorary degree by London Metropolitan University at the 2017 Winter Graduation ceremony.
England is Mine...and Morrissey's
The University hosted an exclusive film screening of England is Mine offering students an insight into the film industry.
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."
London Met formalises partnership agreement with Triagon Akademie
London Met has formalised a new partnership agreement with the Triagon Akademie.
Creating new partnerships and exchanging knowledge
London Metropolitan University is working with Ask Electronics in a partner knowledge exchange.
London Met to open new Highbury Canteen
London Metropolitan University will introduce a new Highbury Canteen to the Holloway campus by March 2018.
A new home for London Met's Students' Union
London Metropolitan University has invested £1.2 million in the creation of a new home for its Students’ Union (SU).
Camden Summer University
Staff and students at London Met collaborated with Camden Summer University on a number of film courses.
Think, make, play with Creative Music Technologies
Creative Music Technologies invites you to experience expert tuition and state of the art equipment at a free taster workshop.
"London Met's approach is vital," says Cisco engineer
Alexander Duncan now works as a Global Systems Engineer at Cisco.
Smiles all around as graduates celebrate their achievements
Students celebrate their success at London Met by formally graduating in front of friends and family at the Barbican.