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At London Met we offer a wide range of courses to help you build or develop your career.
Undergraduate degrees: We design and update our courses so they are relevant to the current employment market. Many of our courses are accredited by professional bodies, giving your qualification extra weight.
Extended degrees: You might consider an extended degree (a four year course which includes Year 0) if you don't yet have the qualifications or experience to meet the entry requirements of an undergraduate degree.
International Foundation Programme (IFP): This is a short programme designed to prepare EU/EEA and non-EU students for UK undergraduate courses. The programme includes a number of subject pathway choices. The entry points of the IFP are in January (leading to undergraduate degree entry in September of that year) and in September (leading to undergraduate degree entry the following September).
Postgraduate study: We offer a wide range of MA, MSc, MPhil and PhD programmes. Many courses give you professional accreditation as well as academic qualifications.
Professional courses: Developed with industry bodies and professional organisations, many of our professional courses will give you a recognised industry qualification or prepare you for professional body exams.
Short courses: No matter what your area of interest, whether it's photography or furniture making, knitting or gilding, we have something for you to get stuck into.
Academic English and foreign languages: Our European and Language Services department (ELS) provides a range of English and foreign language courses and translation services.
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. More on the QAA here.