The Research and Postgraduate Office provides support, advice and guidance for our whole research community, bringing administrative, academic, social and external opportunities together with the aim of driving excellence, collaboration and a seamless experience for our research students and staff.
The Research and Postgraduate Office's role is to:
- support our postgraduate research students through our Graduate School, working with colleagues in our academic schools and other administrative departments
- provide delivery of training and events together with the Graduate School: Postgraduate Research Training sessions and Staff Research Development Programme
- support staff in their research by providing guidance on funding opportunities
- identify and promote the impact our staff-led research has in the wider world
- encourage interdisciplinary collaboration among research-active staff
- seek and promote knowledge exchange opportunities within London Met and beyond
- ensure a clear identity for research at London Met is developed and promoted, both internally and externally
To get in touch with us, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Latest news from the Research and Postgraduate Office
Sanctuary and freedom for women and girls
A new report co-written by Professor Liz Kelly explores the impact and importance of spaces for women and girls who have experienced violence, abuse and other inequalities.
London Met's international excellence highlighted in REF 2021
The impact of London Met's maths research was joint top in the UK, while overall 86% of our research is internationally recognised and 60% is world-leading or internationally excellent.
Essential Study Skills: fifth edition of London Met textbook released
This essential guide to university from London Met lecturers Tom Burns and Sandra Sinfield offers step-by-step guidance for new students.
Joining the dots
The Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit are set to host international webinar series on violence against women.
Collaboration in Higher Education
An international symposium co-organised by London Met and the University of Calgary highlighted stories of practice, spaces and places for partnership.
Promoting inclusive assessment and teaching globally
A new book edited by Dr Eleni Meletiadou explores how educational institutions are improving the student experience and promoting lifelong learning and social justice in education.
After Progress: new digital exhibition asks us to reimagine life and modernity
The exhibition brings together more than 60 pieces of work from around 175 artists and writers, and invites the audience to question what counter-progressive stories may sound like.
London Met Professor joins scientific committee of major international conference
Professor of Biomedical Sciences Lijun Shang will be a scientific contributor to RegPep24, which aims to accelerate progress in understanding the role of regulatory peptides in systems.
The 'backbone of the NHS'
Professor Louise Ryan and Grainne McPolin celebrate the historic contribution of Irish Nurses to the UK's National Health Service this International Women's Day.
"This is a Mexican problem, not a women's issue"
This International Women's Day, Dr María E López discusses her research on necropolitics and femicide at the US–Mexican border.
Is it who you know?
Exploring the direct and indirect role of social networks in migrants' accessing labour markets.
Migration in the Making of the Gulf Space
London Met lecturer explores the space inhabited by migrants and former migrants in the Gulf cities in new co-edited volume.
'When I open it, I have to drink it all'
The increased levels of drinking during lockdowns highlights need for policy attention on at-home alcohol consumption.
Improving the health of UK firefighters
London Met's Public Health Nutrition Research Group will use three new body composition analysers to support the work of the Firefighters Charity.