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International scholarships

Find out about full and partial scholarships

We are proud to offer a number of full and partial scholarships for international students for the academic year 2015-16. Find out more here.

Accommodation in London

For international and EU students

Find out more about special reduced rate rooms with our preferred accommodation provider UNITE for London Met international and EU students.

Overseas academic entry requirements

Find by country

Information about the entry requirements needed to gain entry to our courses from your country.

My London Met

Find out what's going on

Information about events and activities for current international students. Find out about our exciting international community.

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

Immigration and Arrival Advice: New Students

Find information about moving to London

Find essential information and advice here to help you prepare to move to London,including visa and immigration requirements and living in the UK

International tuition fees

How will you pay for your course?

Find out more about fees and and options for financing for your studies at London Met.

Latest international news

London Metropolitan University at the Royal Institution

For the third year running London Metropolitan University joins the Royal Institutions to present Maths and Engineering Masterclasses for local 12-16 year olds

London Met to open libraries for longer

Students have asked for extended opening times for the libraries, so London Met is providing 736 extra hours of access time.

The plight of a new social class underlines latest Forward Thinkers lecture

“We are in the middle of a global transformation” says guest-speaker Professor Guy Standing at latest Forward Thinkers public lecture.

Savings made from switching eclipses energy firms’ price cuts

Changing energy supplier can save consumers substantially more than energy suppliers’ recent cuts to energy bills.

London Met lecturer speaks up for victims of child abuse

Liz Davies says last week’s public meeting in Parliament was ‘a very significant turning point’ in inquiry campaign

London Met lecturer offers guidance in wake of Paris terrorist attacks

Two weeks on from the terrorist attacks in Paris, France is now reflecting on its approaches to counter-terrorism and tackling extremism.

There's no excuse for 'Blue Monday'

There are things businesses can - and should – be doing to ensure people are happy at work, says occupational psychologist.

Economics graduate announced as a vice president of Black Rock

London Guildhall Faculty of Business & Law alumnus achieves promotion at world leading asset management firm

The Cass opens British School at Rome exhibition

Exhibition by Cass-based BSR scholars Andrea Medjesi-Jones and Edward Simpson opens on Friday 16 January.

Out Of The Ordinary

Private View: 5 FEB 6-9pm

An exhibition award winning work by young Korean Architects curated by Hyungmin Pai

London Met Academic appears on BBC World Service

Anne Karpf from the University’s Faculty of Social sciences and Humanities invited to discuss Paris Attacks on the Weekend programme

Cass Working Lunch: All the creative practice you can eat!

Every Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 1pm–2pm

Explore contemporary professional working methods and the creative friction of shifting disciplinary boundaries. All welcome!

Rehabilitation programmes for domestic violence perpetrators can work

The vast majority of men who abuse their partners stop their physical and sexual violence if they attend a domestic violence perpetrator programme, according to new research.

SAM Labs visit

THU 15 JAN, 1pm in CR1-01

SAM will be coming next week to demo their wireless widgets.

Cass ART: Lecture by Stevphen Shukaitis

THU 15 JAN, 5.30pm in CE1-16

'Wages for Dreamwork; or The Ambivalence of Passionate Labour', a lecture by academic Stevphen Shukaitis.

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