Begin your university career
An undergraduate course (known as a bachelor's degree) is usually the first degree students apply for and normally takes three years to complete.
Continue your studies
Whether you're looking to change career direction, improve your job prospects or simply pursue a passion, London Met is an excellent choice for postgraduate study.
Take an alternative route into higher education
If you don't have traditional qualifications or can't meet the entry requirements for an undergraduate degree, you may still be able to gain entry by completing an extended degree.
Enhance your career prospects
Our professional courses give you a recognised industry qualification or prepare you for professional body exams.
Develop new skills
Study a short course at London Met to develop your skills or learn new ones. Short courses are a great way to improve your career prospects or fulfil personal interests.
Prepare for a UK undergraduate course
The International Foundation Programme (IFP) is a short programme designed to prepare EU/EEA and non-EU students for UK undergraduate courses.
We run pre-sessional Academic English classes for students who are preparing for undergraduate or postgraduate study.
Begin your journey to become a teacher
We offer a range of PGCE courses including PGCE School Direct places with our partner schools.
Join our vibrant research community
Research and knowledge exchange are central to the culture of intellectual enquiry at the University.
Study at one of our partner institutions
We work closely with a number of collaborative partners both in the UK and overseas to deliver courses that lead to a university award.
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Quality assured courses
In 2011, London Metropolitan University received the highest accolade in the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) review. The QAA is an independent body that conducts rigorous assessments of universities and colleges in the UK every five years. They make sure that these institutions are delivering awards, including degrees, of the very highest quality.
The results of the review were published on 15 April 2011. You can find out more about the QAA by visiting its website.