Applying to London Met
By applying for an undergraduate degree at London Met you're choosing to continue your education while building the foundations for a successful career. Our focus on employment means that you will study the subject you love while gaining valuable skills and experience to take with you into the working world.
You can choose from a wide range of courses, many of which have received the highest possible rating from the UK's Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education or been accredited by professional bodies. Our lecturers will motivate and inspire you, helping you develop into a confident, independent thinker who will question and challenge the world around you.
While your education is always our priority, we also want you to enjoy the experience of living in the capital. We can help you find a comfortable and afforadble place to live, provide help with your application through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) or directly to the University, and answer all your questions.
Your future starts here.
If you're looking to start university in September 2017, it's time to get started with your application. Visit our dedicated page for some helpful articles.
If your child is thinking of applying to study an undergraduate course with us, you may find it helpful to consult our parents' guide.
If you're applying to us from outside the UK, we have helpful advice that's specific to you in our international section.
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Funding information for prospective undergraduate students
Applying to study an undergraduate degree
The first steps
We offer undergraduate courses beginning in September and January of each year. They range from one-year top-up courses to foundation/extended degrees and undergraduate BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees.
Choose a course
The University's academic structure is organised into six schools, with subjects ranging from computing, science, business and law to art and design. You can take a look at a full list of the subjects we offer on our undergraduate course pages.
Check the entry requirements
To study an undergraduate degree here you may need to have studied a specific subject or achieved certain grades at school or college. Make sure you check the entry requirements on the relevant course page before applying.
The application process varies depending when you want to begin your studies. If you want to start a full-time undergraduate degree in September, you need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), but if you wish to begin studying full-time in January or part-time in January or September you should apply directly to us.
If you're over 21, committed and hold relevant experience, we would welcome you to apply for one of our undergraduate courses.
If you're thinking of transferring to London Met from a different university, read our information for transferring students.
If you're a care leaver and thinking of applying to London Met, find out all about the support we offer.
How to apply for an undergraduate degree
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.
Further information for prospective undergraduate students
Choose from a wide range of subject areas including business, law, science, humanities, art and design.
What qualifications do you need to study an undergraduate degree? Find out here.
Find out all the key dates for your diary in advance, from start days and holidays to those all-important exam periods.
Our Accommodation Bureau is here to help you find a safe, affordable and comfortable home in the capital.
All you need to know about studying an undergraduate or foundation/extended degree with us in one helpful downloadable prospectus.
Here you'll find important details about our admissions procedures including our commitment to offering equal opportunities.