Students from the School of Social Sciences

  • Tural Abbasov

    Public Administration MA (MPA)

    "While I was reviewing different universities’ public administration courses, London Met's work placement module particularly attracted my attention."

  • Nivin Abdei

    Woman and Child Abuse MA

    "Having the privilege to be granted a scholarship from Chevening was and is still a turning point in my life."

  • Grace Banda

    MA Woman and Child Abuse

    "My scholarship has provided me with opportunities I never expected."

  • Yuba Raj Baral

    International Health and Health Research Policy, PhD

    "Before joining London Met as a research student, I worked as a lecturer with the Population Gender and Development Programme in Pokhara University, Nepal, and was involved with various public health-related research projects in Nepal."

  • Hadjer Beyaz

    Applied Psychology MSc

    "Social Psychology is my favourite module. It helps me understand different social aspects of human behaviour in different life situations."

  • Rebecca Griffiths

    Occupational Psychology MSc

    "The practical components of the degree and excellent teaching at the University gave me the skills and confidence to develop an exciting and successful career in the field."

  • Mafalda Guerra

    Criminology BSc (Hons)

    "In the first year, we visited Marylebone Road Magistrates Court to observe how hearings are presented and what goes on – that was really interesting"

  • Keiron McConnell

    Professional Doctorate in Policing, Security and Community Safety, Gangs

    "The pursuit of the Doctorate from London Met University John Grieve Centre has enhanced my work as a police officer, as a community advocate on the subject of gangs and as a sessional professor at three local universities in British Columbia."

  • Jo Mackenzie

    Health Psychology MSc, Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology

    "Learning at London Metropolitan University is unique because you have such a wide variety of people doing the courses; they come from different cultural backgrounds, different nationalities and there are many people with different experiences."

  • Farah Mehdi

    Psychology BSc

    "Another benefit to the psychology course is that it is BPS accredited so you get an automatic membership to the BPS (British Psychological Society) once you graduate."

  • Ray Millican

    Occupational Psychology MSc

    "As a mature student, I was concerned that I would feel a bit out of place. However, from the very first day I was made very welcome."

  • Hani Nori

    Professional Doctorate in Policing, Security and Community Safety

    "Mentoring and guidance, in addition to the very rare expertise in aviation security at doctoral level, were some of the many reasons why I am a London Met student today."

  • Valentin Simion

    International Public Administration MA

    “I wholeheartedly encourage future students to study at London Met. Just like me, you will acquire great knowledge, practical experience and unforgettable memories."

  • Plamena Solakova

    International Relations and Politics BA, Erasmus programme

    "I joined the University's United Nations Society and helped run an event with the Bulgarian Ambassador that went really well."

  • Said Aris Tarabi

    Psychology PhD in Counselling

    "One thing that I value most about London Met is that the lecturers have always tried to do what was best for me, and I cannot thank them enough for the professionalism that they have exhibited."

  • Mariano Juan Tenca

    Criminology MSc

    "The degree obtained from London Met has certainly helped me to obtain a legal internship at the United Nations Office on drugs and crime in Vienna."