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London Met offers a high-quality education across its portfolio of courses, but some specific strengths include:
Art, architecture and design courses where students are taught by renowned names such as Patrick Brill OBE, AKA Bob and Roberta Smith, Anne Karpf (the outstanding Guardian journalist) and Peter St John, a partner at Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery.
Law courses that are offered in the business and law school which has their own life-size mock courtroom to enhance students’ learning. Famous alumni of this course include the international human rights barrister Dr Tunde Okewale MBE, and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
Education and teacher training courses, which include a number of innovative programmes such as its fast-track two-year accelerated teaching degrees.
Science courses, on which students can benefit from one of the largest teaching labs in Europe and get involved with ground-breaking research in areas such as cancer immunotherapy.
Computing and digital media courses, which allow students access to cutting-edge technology and unique learning opportunities in its Cyber Security Research Centre.
Social sciences courses, which are taught by industry experts with years of experience (including senior police officers and experienced probation officers), with visits from global leaders, such as members of the US congress.