School Office: Computing and Digital Media
Welcome to the School of Computing and Digital Media School Office page.
Your school office is here to support you during your time as a student at London Met
Contacting your School Office
You may contact your School Office in a number of ways: via email, online chat and face-to-face*.
*Due to the ongoing pandemic, the on-campus availability of your School Office has been reduced. To see a School Officer, head to the Mezzanine floor of the Learning Centre (library) at the Holloway campus, we are available on Tuesdays from 10.30am to 4pm.
Your School Office will re-open on Monday 16 August in T11-06 (Tower Building).
The Computing and Digital Media School Office has a dedicated email address, which is the easiest way to get in touch with us:
Please make sure when you email us to include your eight-digit student number and be clear about the issue you would like us to help resolve.
If you have already emailed us, don't worry. We are working hard to respond to you as soon as possible but we thank you for your patience during this busy time.
You may also chat with us online, click the chat icon at the bottom right of the page to speak with us.
Here to help
Your School Office is your first point of contact for any query during your time at London Metropolitan University. Examples of queries include:
- Appointments with Student Services, including Student Money and Accommodation Advice, Counselling, and Disabilities and Dyslexia Service
- Referrals to our Careers team for advice and guidance as well as finding full and part time work
- Module registration
- Your timetable
- Requirements for your course
- ID cards
- Module results
- Letters and Council Tax Exemption certificates
- Course transfers, withdrawals, and taking a break from your studies
And here are some areas where other teams can support you but your School Office can offer guidance on:
Jo Gil: firstname.lastname@example.org - Communications Technology and Mathematics
Cecilia Oyugi: email@example.com - Applied Computing and Computer Science
Ivan Roman Orgaz: firstname.lastname@example.org - Creative Technologies and Digital Media
Creative Technologies and Digital Media courses include: