Sports Science and Therapy
Learn about Sports Science and Therapy at London Met
We're home to the UK's original Sports Therapy degree, including teaching staff entirely from sports therapy graduates and unique sports partnerships.
"Cass 3D is a group of courses, but also a powerhouse for the understanding all three-dimensional design. It’s about the way people talk to each other through the objects they use, how objects can inform spaces and how people relate to each other." Marianne Forrest, Head of Cass 3D.
"It is socially engaged. It is architecturally relevant. Something that pertains to the current culture, current facilities, current ideas." Nate Kolbe, Cass Architecture course leader.
"The core of Culture is what used to be called history and theory across the whole school. The music, the jewellery, the metalwork, the design, the graphics, the architecture, the cities, the art. How all of these relate to each other is an enormously interesting issue and question. It is like a city in miniature." Helen Mallinson, Head of Cass Culture.
Cass Fine Art
"We teach fine art, we teach curating and introduce students to the best professionals, the best artists, the best art teachers they’ll ever come across, at a superb location in central London." Rosemarie McGoldrick, Head of Cass Fine Art.
"Cass Foundation is a gateway to the rest of The Cass, and once you’re through it, there are many different things here. That’s one of the aspects that we make the most of; it’s a real, unique cauldron of creative practice." Chianna Roberts, Head of Cass Foundation.
"Cass Interiors is a cluster of three interiors degrees: Interior Architecture and Design, Interior Design and Interior Design and Decoration – each has an individual approach to place and space. We aim to guide the students where they may be going professionally, developing their skills here at The Cass in the workshops and in the studios." Kaye Newman, Head of Cass Interiors.
Cass Visual Communication
"Our courses are about making sense of and articulating our world visually in an exciting range of spaces and places, from the digital to the printed page, in three dimensions and in virtual worlds. Visual communication is about solving problems, connecting people, communicating ideas and shaping a future vision of what the design industry can contribute to societies and cultures." Angharad Lewis, Head of Visual Communication.