Student Partnership

The Student Partnership workstream is led by our Head of School of Computing and Digital Media, Stan Zakrzewski, and Head of Student Experience and Outcomes in the School of Social Sciences, Steven Curtis.

The purpose of this workstream is to develop, evaluate and implement all of the PISO workstreams working in partnership with students and academic staff. The project aims to empower students by enabling them to actively shape their own learning experience at London Met whilst celebrating their achievements.

Student Partnership objectives

Key objectives for Student Partnership are:

  • enhancing students’ IT skills by using students as digital champions
  • giving students the opportunity to gain credits for work-related learning
  • celebrating student achievement
  • enabling students to play an active role in shaping their education and experience

Student Partnership is giving students the opportunity to get involved in all of the PISO projects. The workstream is enabling students to participate in the evaluation of the impact of each PISO project, as well as the overall development of the project, providing students with more opportunities to further enhance their CVs and employability.

A picture of Stan Zakrzewski and Steven Curtis.

Get involved

London Met is always looking for students to partner up with staff on a number of the PISO projects.

If you're a student who wants to make difference, find out more about how you can get involved!