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Our live chat is available Monday to Friday from 10am to 8pm.
If you've a pressing question or just prefer talking on the phone, our enquiries team is here to take your call.
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If you would like to speak to someone in person, our enquiries team is available from The Rocket entrance of our Holloway Road building.
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Other ways to contact the University
+44 (0)20 7423 0000
You can contact the University's switchboard from Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Queries about our estate
If an alarm is sounding from any University building outside of normal hours, please contact:
Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd
+44 (0)845 121 0808
Find London Met buildings
Building code: KR
The Accelerator is situated in the heart of the vibrant East End, just by Hoxton station and a few minutes away from Brick Lane and trendy Spitalfields and Columbia Road markets.
Building codes: CM, CS
Calcutta House is one the home of our art, architecture and design school. Our art students enjoy ease of access into London's creative and cultural quarter.
Building code: GS
Goulston Street is situated in the very heart of the buzzing East End of London.
Building code: GC
The Daniel Libeskind Graduate Centre is very much a jewel in London Met's crown.
Building code: LC
The Learning Centre at Holloway Road is a newly refurbished building created to help our students study with all the most up-to-date resources at hand.
Building codes: MG, MT
Students at our Moorgate building, also known as Electra House, get to experience an exciting part of the capital in which skyscrapers overlook London's booming creative districts.
Building code: SC
This first-class teaching and research centre features a superlab with 280 workstations and is heralded as one of the most advanced science teaching facilities in Europe.
Built in 1896, The Great Hall was the centrepiece of what was then the Northern Polytechnic Institute and a landmark building on proud, late-Victorian Holloway Road.
Building code: TR
The Rocket is a few minutes' walk from Holloway Road tube station.
Building code: CC
Originally the Whitechapel Public Baths, this historic Victorian building was redesigned in 2002, and now functions as an events space and a home for the Frederick Parker Collection.
Building codes: T, TM, BE, BEL, BEU, BP, BR, AB
Located opposite Holloway Road Tube station, Tower Building is served by the Piccadilly line and close to Highbury & Islington tube and railway stations.