With a growth in demand for support, our Student Enterprise service moved its advice, support, programmes, and workshops to the heart of London Met’s community – on campus at Holloway Road in early February.

Alexandra Banks, London Met’s Dean of Graduate Success, expressed her enthusiasm for this development, stating, ‘The relocation of the Student Enterprise Team will facilitate opportunities for London Met students to become innovators and change makers. We’re excited that future businesses and freelance careers will be fostered and launched as a result of this move.’

The Student Enterprise service offers students and recent graduates an impressive array of opportunities throughout the year, including enterprise programmes, skills workshops, resources for entrepreneurs and freelancers, and dedicated support through one-on-one consultations and guidance on business ideas and plans.

Through programmes such as the Big Idea Challenge, Makers Market and Be Your Own Boss, the Student Enterprise team have helped hundreds of students and graduates explore entrepreneurship, start their own business ventures, and embark on freelance careers.

Alongside this physical relocation onto campus, the Student Enterprise service has also moved into the university’s area of Graduate Success; now working alongside our Work based Learning and Careers and Employability teams.

The Student Enterprise team’s move into the department of Student Success, particularly focusing on improving Graduate Outcomes, at Holloway Road is more than a physical and organisational relocation. It signifies a commitment to ensuring all London Met students and graduates, regardless of their field of study, have access to these invaluable resources and opportunities both during their studies and for up to five years after graduation.

We encourage all students and recent graduates to take advantage of our newly repositioned Student Enterprise service. Whether they are looking to explore new business ideas, their freelance career options, or a well-developed business plan already, the Student Enterprise service is here to support and advise them every step of the way.