Transferring to London Met from a different university
If you’re currently studying at another university and would like to transfer to London Met you’ll be pleased to know that many of our undergraduate courses accept students into the courses’ second and third years. This is called advanced entry.
Am I eligible to transfer to London Met?
A student’s eligibility for advanced entry will be assessed by our academic staff on an individual basis and will be based on the following:
- compatibility of the modules/grades of your previous study against your chosen London Met course and its modules
- analysis of the transcripts of your first and/or second year studies. (Please note that no decision will be made on your application until we receive a copy of the transcripts of your previous study (or, if you are still yet to complete this study, a partial transcript including details of all outstanding modules)
- quality of your academic reference and personal statement
Our main intake of transferring students is in September, when we consider applicants for advanced entry. We also offer some courses in January but advanced entry is limited.
If you want to start at London Met in September you need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). For part-time study, or if you’d like to start a full-time course at the University in January, you should apply online directly to us.
Courses accepting entry onto Years 2 and 3 only
From time to time we review our course portfolio and make changes. The courses listed below are now closed to applicants who wish to enter at Year 1, but we are still welcoming applications for entry to Year 2 or 3 in 2016/17 and Year 3 in 2017/18:
- Animation - BA (Hons)
- Jewellery and Silversmithing - BA (Hons)
- Music Technology (Music Production) - BSc (Hons)
- Music Technology (Sound for Media) - BSc (Hons)
- Musical Instruments - BSc (Hons)
- Product Design - BA (Hons)
Click the links to read about the course structure in our course catalogue. If you would like to apply for entry onto one of these courses you should make your application through UCAS. Please contact our our enquiries team if you have any questions.
How to apply
If you're applying for a full-time undergraduate degree starting in September, read our guide for applying through UCAS.
If you're looking to study part-time or would like to start your full-time undergraduate degree in January, you'll need to apply to us directly. Find out all you need to know.
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