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

London Met beats several Russell Group universities for teaching quality

Sunday Times league table shows students rate teaching at London Met above LSE, King's College, UCL, Imperial and Queen Mary.

Posthumous book launch for Tözün Issa

‘Alevis in Europe: voices of migration, culture and identity’ will be launched posthumously.

London Met academic speaks at international T20 think tank forum

Dr Nirmala Lee was one of 500 global experts invited to speak at think tank held in Hangzhou earlier this year.

Research to offer new perspective on female cancer

Dr Yolanda Eraso is researching female cancer from different social perspectives.

Launchpad: Six winning ideas announced

The Accelerator’s Launchpad programme has been running for five years and this year’s winning ideas are on their way to becoming a business reality.

London Met continues to soar at sustainability

The University has again been named among the best in the country for reducing carbon emissions.

Cass academics feature In Residence

8 September – 27 November

Cass academics' work features in exhibition for Oslo Architecture Triennale.

Lydia

October 2016

Cass Film lecturer's project makes official competition in Malmo Arab Film Festival

Tate Britain acquires Letter to Michael Gove

Cass professor's work makes national collection

Tate Britain acquires celebrated protest painting by artist(s) and Cass professor(s) Bob and Roberta Smith.

Chemistry’s rising star

Chemistry BSc student chosen as one of 20 high calibre chemists from across Europe for training week at GlaxoSmithKline.

The Cass at Photomonth

October and November

Cass staff, students and alumni participate in East London's international festival of photography.

Historic chairs go on display in Aldgate

Selected pieces from the Frederick Parker Collection are now on show at London Met.

The squid revolution has begun

16–23 July 2016

Cass tutors, students and alumni take part in the first instalment of Revoluzione Delle Seppie, a workshop in Calabria, Italy, in collaboration with a local refugee centre.

Global recognition for London Met marketing team

University wins prestigious award for its TV advertising campaign.

Cass named amongst London’s most influential

A number of people from across The Cass have been named in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000, a list of London’s most influential people of 2016.

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