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    Good Morning, I have now received decisions from all of my Decisions to study Architecture I have decided to firm/insure London Met. after visiting it, I really liked London Met's architecture department (the Cass school of Architecture) and I have informed myself by calling architectural brands and they have all told me that the Cass Arch is a great place to study Architecture. Despite the university that owns them, the department constantly appears in top 100 architecture schools in Europe/World.
    I am not from London or the UK so I was hoping anyone that knows a bit about the university could tell me about it?
    I wanted to know why the uni in general is so poorly regarded.
    would having studied at London Met will have a negative connotation despite it having good school of architecture?
    I plan on doing a postfraduate degree as well, does the fact that I studied in London Met will be less attractive at better ranked unis even if I get a good grade?
    Will it look bad to some architectural brands?
    Thank you very much for your time.
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