Welcome to the International Office

Useful information for overseas enquirers and applicants

What our international students say

Further information

Fees, funding and bursaries

For international and EU students

Find out more about our international fees and various bursaries, partial scholarships and discounts we offer to international and European students.

Overseas academic entry requirements

For international and EU students

Information on the entry requirements you need to gain entry to our courses from your country.

What our students say

International and EU stories

Find out more from our students and alumni from across the world.

European students

From the European Union

Information for applicants and enquirers from the European Union.

Accommodation in London

For international and EU students

Find out more about the services that our accommodation office provide you with to help you find the perfect place to live in London.

Immigration Information and Advice: Current Students

Find advice about extending your visa

Find advice here about extending your Visa from within the UK in order to continue the same course or start a new course at London Met

Latest international news

Look Up: This is a Freedom of Expression Centre

A new project by Bob and Roberta Smith explores the differing degrees of freedom experienced by artists around the world.

London Met brings chemistry to life

Chemistry BSc students have been using 3D printing to give their learning an extra dimension.

How Clearing can help you find a university place this September

What is Clearing, and how does it work? Let’s bust some myths and check out the facts

What do the police really think about body worn cameras?

London Met criminologists interviewed City of London police officers. This is what they found.

Senior lecturer to assume role as Editor-In-Chief

Samuel Idowu will take on the role as Editor-In-Chief of the American Journal of Economics and Business Administration this autumn.

Why this Disney producer gets animated about London Met

“It was a great environment to study in,” says graduate Saskia Thal.

Police officers are overwhelmingly supportive of body cameras, study shows

Criminologists at London Metropolitan University conducted research for City of London Police.

More teaching quality success for London Met

National Student Survey shows increase in student satisfaction with teaching.

A tribute to Professor Stephen Haseler

Stephen Haseler RIP (9 January 1942 – 20 July 2017)

Specialising in Neuro-Linguistic Programming

London Met invited David Pacquette, a world famous sporting champion, to the University to teach students about Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Smiles all around as graduates celebrate their achievements

Students celebrate their success at London Met by formally graduating in front of friends and family at the Barbican.

Austerity and Older People

Dr Snorri Rafnsson was invited to speak on a panel about government cuts and the impact it will have on older people.

The Cass gets creative with Carluccio's

Furniture and Product Design students collaborate with Italian restaurant Carluccio's to design new pasta shapes.

Exciting plans for new teaching and learning centre approved

London Met is to go ahead with plans to create a new 4-storey facility for students at Holloway campus.

London Met shortlisted for sustainability award

London Met has been shortlisted for Best Energy Efficiency and CSR Programme award due to its impressive carbon reduction work.

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