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Our focus on employability means that you get to study the subject you love while gaining valuable skills and experience to benefit your professional career.

The results of the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey show that 95% of all 2016 graduates were in work or further study six months after leaving London Met, and 277 of our courses received a 100% graduate employment score.

We've seen our graduate employment increase by nearly 10% over the last four years, and our current employment score among full-time UK graduates is higher than universities including Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh, Oxford Brookes, Queen Mary, Middlesex, Westminster and the London School of Economics.  

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 or been accredited by professional bodies. Our lecturers will aim to motivate and inspire you, helping you develop into a confident, independent thinker.


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Mini Open Day - Art, Architecture and Design

Mini Open Day - Art, Architecture and Design

Date 25 Oct 2017
Time 1:00 PM
Venue London Metropolitan University
Old Castle Street

This Mini Open Day is for those who are interested in studying with us on Art, Architecture and Design subjects (see subject area list below).   We know that going to university is... more

Mini Open Evening - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Social Professions, Computing and Digital Media

Mini Open Evening - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Social Professions, Computing and Digital Media

Date 8 Nov 2017
Time 5:00 PM
Venue London Metropolitan University
166-220 Holloway Rd

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on human sciences, social sciences, social professions, computing and digital media subjects (see subject area list below). We... more

Mini Open Evening - Business, Law and Interpreting

Mini Open Evening - Business, Law and Interpreting

Date 14 Nov 2017
Time 5:00 PM
Venue

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on our business, law and interpreting subjects (see subject area list below). We know that going to university... more

Mini Open Evening - Art, Architecture and Design

Mini Open Evening - Art, Architecture and Design

Date 16 Nov 2017
Time 5:00 PM
Venue

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on Art, Architecture and Design subjects (see subject area list below).   We know that going to university is... more

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

Date 25 Nov 2017
Time 11:00 AM
Venue

This open day is for all students interested in studying an undergraduate course at London Metropolitan University. This event is open to all subjects including art, architecture, design, life sciences,... more

Open Evening - Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Open Evening - Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Date 11 Jan 2018
Time 4:00 PM
Venue

This open evening is for those who are interested in studying any undergraduate or postgraduate subject with us. We know that going to university is a big decision and the choices... more

Mini Open Evening - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Social Professions, Computing and Digital Media

Mini Open Evening - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Social Professions, Computing and Digital Media

Date 24 Jan 2018
Time 4:00 PM
Venue

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on human sciences, social sciences, social professions, computing and digital media subjects (see subject area list below). We... more

Mini Open Evening - Business, Law and Interpreting

Mini Open Evening - Business, Law and Interpreting

Date 31 Jan 2018
Time 4:00 PM
Venue

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on our business, law and interpreting subjects (see subject area list below). We know that going to university... more

Mini Open Evening - Art, Architecture and Design

Mini Open Evening - Art, Architecture and Design

Date 7 Feb 2018
Time 4:00 PM
Venue

This Mini Open Evening is for those who are interested in studying with us on Art, Architecture and Design subjects (see subject area list below).   We know that going to university is... more

Browse our UCAS articles

Why London Met’s approach to teaching in higher education is different

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London Met is a hands-on university whose students have so much to offer employers when they graduate.

Are UCAS applications challenging for non-UK students?

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Applying for a degree in the UK can be an intimidating process for EU and international students, especially when you’re not familiar with the application process. But don’t worry, we’re here to support you through this crucial journey.

How much is a degree really worth?

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As you prepare to apply to university you may have been asking yourself how you’re going to afford it all. Funding arrangements can be a daunting element of university applications, but can the long term financial gain outweigh the costs?

How to get a last-minute university place through Clearing

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Taking place between July and September, Clearing is a way to find a full-time place at university starting this September.

How to get the most out of a university open day

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Why should you go to an open day when there is so much information online? Is it worth spending days wandering around various, not dissimilar, university campuses when you know what you want to study already?

How to get the very best out of your education

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London Met's employment score among full-time UK graduates is higher than 45 other universities.

I'm in Year 12, is it already too late to start thinking about university?

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Sometimes it might seem that everyone is talking about university. What’s worse, sometimes it seems like they’ve been thinking about it and forming their game plan since primary school.

Let’s get personal – time to write your UCAS personal statement

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"Research your choice of course. Forget the clichés and think about your particular love for the subject you have chosen. Above all, be honest and enthusiastic throughout your personal statement – examples really do show you are dedicated to learning within your area of interest."

London Met offers you the chance to do something you love

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95% of all our graduates are in work or further study six months after leaving London Met.

My teacher was telling me to complete my UCAS application, but I didn't – what happens now?

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With everything going on in your life, and even if you’ve had a teacher telling you to do it, you’ve missed out on submitting your UCAS application by the 15 January deadline. Don't panic, there are many options still available for you to help secure your place at university.

Should I be worried about living at home while I study at university?

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The traditional vision of undergraduates starting uni life is of a car that, after many shopping trips, is packed with a new microwave, bedding and food ready to be installed in new accommodation. But what if you didn’t have to leave home?

Top tips for your UCAS application from our Head of Admissions

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Jeanette Eriksson, Head of Admissions at London Met, has seen a lot of personal statements over the years. Here, she gives her top five tips to help you write that killer final draft.

What does a gap year mean for my UCAS application?

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Gap years can mean finding work, internships, travelling and other adventures around the world. However, if you’re taking time out it can be unclear how (and when!) you should go apply applying to uni, or what to do if you have already been accepted on a course.

What does being a mature student mean for my university application?

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If you are older than 21 years old you might think that it’s too late to go back to university, but the reality is very different.

What we do best: how we support our students

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We appreciate students have complicated lives. Supporting them to excel in their studies is something London Met takes pride in.