Thank you for joining our celebration of the astounding achievements of our students in the School of Computing and Digital Media.
Year on year the School proves to be ready to face challenges head on, from getting to grips with the latest technology in robotics and artificial intelligence to mastering the art of sound recording and composition, diving head-first into the demands of journalism and pulling out all the stops to snap that perfect photo.
So when the pandemic hit us, with its own new demands, we could rest assured that ours is a community that wouldn't let this added challenge get in its way. If anything, it often proved a source of inspiration for creativity and problem solving!
On behalf of the individuals and teams who have worked so hard to get the most out of their time at London Met, we invite you to browse the showcase of our students' successes presented below.
Want to see more?
You can also take a look at our School of Computing and Digital Media's 2020 showcase of student work.
Take a look at the brilliant projects completed by our students from across the School
Beauty marketing and journalism
Keep up-to-date with the latest in beauty with the help of our trend-chasing wordsmiths.
Cyber security and digital forensics
Email encryption, mobile apps and the Internet of Things... our students have certainly been busy!
Our graduating digital media students showcase their technical, design and research skills.
Covering complex systems, coding and techniques, take a look at how our students put their problem solving skills to use.
Fashion marketing and journalism
Lookbooks, trendsetters and a whole lot of quality writing. Kick back and treat yourself to our cohort's wise words!
Film and television
See more from the Final Cuts Festival, an online showcase of the outstanding film and media work from our students.
Giving Donkey Kong a run for his money and making Halo look like a walk in the park... get behind the scenes with our games students.
From a magazine about feminist art to another covering lifestyle, see what students have put together in their Creating Packages module.
Three students turn their lenses on lockdown, protest, parenthood and the everyday, with reflections and poetry along the way.
Whip out your headphones, or, better yet, crank up the volume on your speakers and hear what our students have lined up.