London Metropolitan University places students – and their future careers – at the centre of everything it does. The University provides first-rate teaching, state-of-the-art facilities and a wealth of opportunities to help you find employment during and after your studies. The latest Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey found that 95% of London Met 2016 graduates are in work or further study six months after graduating. The University's focus on teaching standards has seen it ranked above some of the capital's most prestigious institutions for teaching excellence. Find your ideal course today.
The University’s location in one of the world’s most exciting capital cities gives you access to an abundance of opportunities, from the best places to meet new people and socialise to being on the doorstep of some of the most successful businesses in your field.
London Met’s facilities include a £30 million Science Centre, a state-of-the-art mock courtroom, a £100,000 newsroom, specialist art and design workshops, and some of London's most advanced computer labs.
The University’s dedicated careers and employability team will support and advise you both during and after your studies. We run a mentoring scheme, which can put you in touch with a professional from your chosen sector, as well as a graduate internship scheme, which offers around 30 paid internships each year. Many courses include work placement modules that count towards your final degree and many are accredited by professional bodies, which will give your qualification extra weight.
London Met’s student services are accredited by Matrix and have been awarded the Buttle Quality Mark for Care Leavers. The University is also in the process of investing £125 million to create a single campus in Islington, which is developing a more connected community and building on its links with the local area.
"The facilities were great - I didn't ever think that as a student I'd get access to that kind of equipment." - Annina Whipp, Dietetics and Nutrition BSc graduate
Situated in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting and diverse capital cities, London Met has everything you need right at your fingertips. As well as being within easy reach of everything from world-class theatre and the best shopping districts to an abundance of pop-up food markets, live music bars and art galleries, its Islington campus is located just a short journey away from incredible resources such as the British Library.
Between now and 2020 London Met will be investing £125 million in its Islington campus to create a single-campus university, giving students from all our subject areas the ability to interact and collaborate. The University’s art courses are currently taught in Aldgate and its business and law courses in Moorgate and Aldgate. This will be the first time in London Met’s 170-year history that all subject areas will co-exist in one location and will provide students with improved study and social spaces, new and updated facilities, and much more.
"Life in London is never dull, it's beautifully diverse and it's full of opportunities." - Samuel Eyles, Fine Art BA grauate
London Met offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and extended degree courses. The latest National Student Survey saw the University receive 100% student satisfaction scores for a number of courses including Chemistry, Criminology and Sociology, English Literature and International Relations and Politics. As well as constantly reviewing its courses to respond to the demands of the job market and give you a diverse choice of subjects, the University’s courses are carefully crafted to incorporate new and emerging industry trends and practice. You can start many of London Met’s courses in either September or January, and can study full-time or part-time to suit your needs. The University is also committed to providing you with the best possible support and resources to ensure you reach your goals and succeed in your careers.
To see a full list of London Met’s courses, visit the University’s website.
"Both of my journalism professors have worked at massive and reputable media sources such as The Guardian. They also ran successful blogs, acting as role models for me to start my own". - Rachel Gasparini, Journalism BA graduate
London Met’s Accommodation Bureau offers information and advice on finding a place to live during your time at university. Whether you’d like to stay in a hall of residence, private rented accommodation or short stay accommodation such as a hostel, hotel or homestay, the Accommodation Bureau can help find your perfect home in London. London Met also offers advice on rental contracts and flat sharing with other students.
You can contact London Met’s Accommodation Bureau on +44 (0)20 7133 3998 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd prefer to talk to someone in person a drop-in advice service is also available. Visit our website for more details.
For details about funding, visit the funding your studies section of London Met’s website.