One size does not fit all – In order for the university to move whatever is left of the Cass and Business and Law to Holloway, it may have to make cuts to the faculty of Social Science and Life Science and Computing.
The university is shrinking the student population and therefore creating no room to grow. This is why we should oppose these plans until the Board of Governors and Management work with students and staff to develop a realistic forward-looking plan for a “two-campus” estate.
The Vice Chancellor concluded his one campus, one community students forum last week. As soon as these forums finished, on November 10, he announced a S188 redundancy and job cuts for 93 staff at the university. What this tells me is that our opinions mean nothing to the Vice Chancellor he wants a one campus, one community – sell buildings, cut courses and staff.
Join staff, students and supporters of the London Met community tomorrow
TWO CAMPUSES, ONE UNIVERSITY – put education first, no to job cuts and course closures
Lobby the London Met Uni Board Of Governors
Thursday 26 November, 4.30 pm
Venue: North Campus – Holloway Road
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