- The International Admissions Office
- The application process
- International office contacts
- Overseas offices
- Other university departments
Welcome to the International Admissions Office
At London Met we understand that the needs of international students are different to those joining us from within the UK and EU areas. On this page you can find all of the information and links you need to make the application process as simple as possible. Find advice about how to apply, our entry requirements, our English language requirements, and advice about moving to the UK.
The application process: How admissions works
Stage 1: choosing your course
The first step for you as a new applicant is to choose the course you wish to undertake. If you have any questions at this stage you can contact our international recruitment team who will be happy to assist you and provide information about our courses. You can begin a conversation about a course you are interested in by emailing our recruitment team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We often have representatives of London Metropolitan University visiting countries all around the world. You can find out the latest planned trips to see if we will be visiting near you, here: Meet us overseas
Stage 2: applying for your course
Once you have decided on your course you need to submit an application as soon as possible making sure you observe the international application deadlines. The method of application depends on the type of course you are applying for. The application methods available for each course are listed on the course page. You should check these details carefully to avoid any delay in your application reaching us.
You should observe our international application guidance before submitting an application. Please see here: International application advice
Stage 3: awaiting and responding to your offer
Once the University receives your application you will receive a communication from us acknowledging this. You will also obtain your London Metropolitan University application ID and details about using, the applicant portal (Evision). At this point your application will enter the pending decision/consideration stage, and we will communicate with you again, either to request more information (such as a qualification transcript, portfolio, or piece of written work) for assessment, or to advise you of our decision.
If you are successful in receiving an offer from us you will receive a communication detailing a conditional or unconditional offer, and this will contain further information and instruction. If your application is unsuccessful we will also contact you advising you of this, and our reasons for the decision. You can find out more about offers here: Information and advice for offer holders.
Stage 4: Immigration and enrolment
After obtaining an unconditional offer you will need to focus on making preparations to join the university and your arrangements to come to the UK (if you are not already here). You will receive further information about when and where to arrive, and how to attend your course enrolment closer to the enrolment period of your course.
You should be considering your accommodation and finances as soon as possible before the start of term, and you should also be aware of, and be prepared to meet, any immigration requirements such as obtaining a student visa at the earliest opportunity. You can find a variety of information about moving to London here: Immigration and Arrival Advice: New Students.
International office contacts
Please use the following contacts if you have not been able to find the answers you need to any of the following areas of information.
International admissions - Questions about your application, offer, or CAS
International recruitment - Questions about qualifications and overseas visits
tel: +44 (0)20 7133 3317
International immigration advice - Questions about immigration and visas
tel: +44 (0)20 7133 4186
Scholarship applications and enquiries - Questions about Scholarships
tel: +44 (0)20 7133 3317
International programmes office - Questions about exchange, study abroad, and Erasmus programmes
tel: +44 (0)20 7133 3379
You may benefit from advice and support from the University's overseas representatives in your country. You can contact our overseas office colleagues with any questions that you may have.
We have an International Liaison Officer based in Chennai, India.
|International Liaison Officer|
|Tel: +91 98402 13232
More information for offer holders
Read about the key periods of the academic year, including academic terms and semester dates.
Information about international tuition fees and funding
Your guide to your studies at London Met
Read some of the policy information relating to your offer and being a student with us.
Find out more about London Met
Browse our undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses download a copy to keep.
Find out when our dedicated team of University staff will next be visiting a city near you.
Keep up to date with all of the latest and featured news from throughout the University.
Find out about studying in our Exchange, Study Abroad, and Erasmus programmes
Are you based in London? Our London office will give you advice and help you with your application to study with us