Welcome to London Met

Welcome to London Met

Courses at London Met

Studying at London Met

Studying at London Met

Funding, entry requirements and how to apply

Find all the information you need to apply for a place at London Metropolitan University. This includes entry requirements, the application process and course funding options.

The London Met experience

Discover London Met

There are loads of ways to get involved with university life at London Met; after all, it’s not all about studying and exams.

Accommodation

Talk to our Accommodation Bureau

Starting university and living in a major city like London is an exciting prospect. We'll help you find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live.

International students

Study in the best city in the world

London is a global city and London Met is a global university. Our partnerships and courses are designed to ensure our graduates are highly employable in job markets around the world.

Student Services

Supporting your studies

We have many excellent services to support you while you study, including accommodation, disabilities and dyslexia, counselling, interfaith chaplaincy, funding, and career guidance.

Prospectuses

View our publications online

Browse our undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses online and download a copy to keep.

Latest news

East End reimagined in photography show

There’s still time to visit Cass exhibition offering a snapshot of bygone London

Forward Thinkers - Owen Jones on Equality

Owen Jones, the left-wing columnist, author and political commentator, is due to make an appearance at London Metropolitan University on Thursday 30 October.

Staff and students to parade in the Lord Mayor’s Show

London Met's float will parade alongside its neighbours in the City on Saturday 8 November

Critics laud film graduate's debut feature

London Met alumna’s debut feature film, GONE TOO FAR, appears in cinemas nationwide

New toolkit delivers healthy takeaways

With obesity levels on the rise in London, a new initiative is tackling the growing health problem by targeting the capital’s takeaways.

Is it ever right to talk to terrorists?

Governments should have dialogue with terror groups, and transparency is not always helpful, argues London Met expert

To End All Wars: The Story of the First World War

A talk, To End All Wars by Adam Hochschild, is organised as part of London Met Connect Week

London Met connects with local community

London Metropolitan University is opening its doors to the local community for a week of culture, education and community events.

What have you got for the London College of Furniture's celebratory exhibition?

The London College of Furniture is on the hunt for photos and ephemera from its alumni.

#MOSN – artist brings the Wall of Tweets to London Met

London Met graduate will create a live art installation from tweets sent during London Met Connect Week.

Uncovering the past at Moorgate

The University launches its sponsor a brick campaign to support the refurbishment of Electra House

BBC beckons for promising playwright

London Met graduate selected for BBC Writersroom scheme 2014

Irish Archive letters to feature on BBC Radio 4

Documentary on the Guildford Four draws on over 600 letters in London Met's Archive of the Irish in Britain

Barrister pays tribute to his London Met years

Law graduate Tunde Okewale narrowly missed out on a National Diversity Award

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