Our high-quality research forms a core part of the life of London Met and underpins all that we do: whether teaching thousands of undergraduates, supervising several hundred students on PhD and Professional Doctorate programmes, conducting funded research or working with our many partners. London Met is home to a number of research centres, groups and units that provide a focal point for staff and research students. They give definition and direction to the work we do.
Engaging with our local partners and the wider world
We value research for contributing to our shared quest to make a better society; we also embrace it for the opportunities it provides for our students and staff to achieve their full potential. Research at London Met helps us engage with our local stakeholders in Islington, Hackney and Tower Hamlets, Greater London, the UK and worldwide, embracing a multitude of enquiries into new knowledge in the arts, business, science and social sciences.
Our research community
Building and supporting an inclusive, diverse and open research community is important to us and we encourage collaborative and interdisciplinary initiatives among both our staff and student populations. And our newly launched Graduate School and Research and Postgraduate Office are there to support research activity in all areas and at all levels. To ensure the rest of the university is aware of these initiatives and can actively contribute, we promote their work through interdisciplinary seminars, workshops and discussions. Our annual Research Student and Staff Conference also gives the entire research community an opportunity to showcase their work.
Find out more about research at London Met
We are dedicated to providing the greatest opportunity for our postgraduate students to share in the intellectual exchanges that lie at the heart of London Met’s research culture. If you're a prospective doctoral student seeking advice on what we can offer you, a researcher looking to make connections with us or our work, or if you’re just interested in learning more about what we do, please visit the following pages:
Research at London Met
Find a research degree
Find out about our PhD or MPhil programme, professional doctorates or apply for one of our other research degrees.
Centres of research
Research at London Met
London Met is home to important centres of research. Staff undertake innovative, relevant and evidence-based research, as well as offering consultancy and training.
Our research archive
The London Met research repository is a digital archive of research and enterprise output produced by London Metropolitan University staff and researchers.
The Graduate School
A home to our research students
The Graduate School prides itself on being central to the lives of research students at London Met. It also supports both students and the academic staff who supervise them.
Research and Postgraduate Office
Offering support, advice and guidance
The Research and Postgraduate Office provides support, advice and guidance for our whole research community.
Book Launch: The East End Archive at The Cass
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Psychoanalysis and social media
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Funding the future of cybersecurity
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Project Oracle to be launched as a charity at London Met
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News of Kelvin Knight's latest talks
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