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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

Can we trust what we read in the papers?

London Met’s open forum sheds light on the strengths and weaknesses of Science Reporting

Guildhall Business & Law open doors of Electra House to the City of London

An opportunity to showcase the work being undertaken to benefit our students and the wider community.

Guildhall Business & Law open doors of Electra House to the City of London

An opportunity to showcase the work being undertaken to benefit our students and the wider community.

Who is responsible for accurate science reporting?"

Senior Lecturers Dr Samir Nuseibeh and Dr Esther Murray participated in an open debate 'Reading the news is bad for your health', scientists say

Who gets your vote in the Big Idea Challenge?

Twelve entrepreneurs have been shortlisted for the Big Idea Challenge – and you can now vote for your favourite.

LIMITACTION - FREEDOM

Third part of LIMITACTION

Third part of LIMITACTION, a six-month programme developed as an artistic and curatorial residency with Charlotte Warne Thomas

CPD - Creating with Concrete

Covering the basics of concrete construction

'Creating with Concrete' - CPD covering the basics of concrete construction, design of finishes, formwork selection, precast & insitu, and sustainability.

Brazil - London

Afternoon of discussion with Laura Smith

Afternoon of discussion with Laura Smith, Lina Bo Bardi Fellow 2014 and Unit 3

Pathography: a new photographic exhibition at The Cass.

Spencer Rowell explores the idea of Pathography through a series of self-portraits in The Cass Foyer Gallery

Professor hosts a special seminar in the United States

Professor challenges the positivist hegemony in US and joins the academy of marketing doctoral.

Professor hosts a special seminar in the United States

Professor challenges the positivist hegemony in US and joins the academy of marketing doctoral.

Head hunting as a career

Guest lecture for BA HRM students

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