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Courses at London Met
Experts from all around the world will come together at London Met to discuss and share ideas.
London Met’s Irish Studies Centre will celebrate its 30th anniversary in the Great Hall on 22 November.
The apprentices work for a wide range of employers across London and are gaining on-the-job experience.
A London Met lecturer was invited to present her research at Oxford University among global academics.
All change at Aldgate Library
Art and design collection joins Aldgate Library alongside major refurbishment and facilities upgrade.
Dr Sohail Mushtaq wins recognition from the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry for early career research.
The Information and Technology Service have been busy, with laptop rental lockers being installed and hundreds of new PCs now online.
Caruso St John Architects, the practice co-founded by London Met’s Peter St John, wins the UK’s most prestigious architecture award.
It’s been one year since we announced plans to create a community-focused, modern campus in Islington for all of our students.
London Met is one of only three London universities to be officially recognised by the Tourism Management Institute.
Dr Timothy Parsons will be the only academic to speak at The Future of Crime and Policing conference.
We take a look at the brand new making facilities at Calcutta House, opening to students this academic year.
Sunday Times league table shows students rate teaching at London Met above LSE, King's College, UCL, Imperial and Queen Mary.
‘Alevis in Europe: voices of migration, culture and identity’ will be launched posthumously.
Dr Nirmala Lee was one of 500 global experts invited to speak at think tank held in Hangzhou earlier this year.
Welcome to London Met
Applying to 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.
Discover London Met
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Bursaries grants and discounts
We strive to keep University education affordable by supporting our students with a range of bursaries, scholarships and fee reductions.
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