Make the most of our services
What can we do for you?
We have a range of services and facilities at London Met. Many are designed for the general public or specific groups in the community as well as our students and staff. Find out about our primary services below and follow the links for information about how to access those that interest you.
Find somewhere to live during your studies
Welcome to the Accommodation information site.
Find out what financial support is available
Discover what funding you're entitled to, help us take the stress out of those funding application forms and get help with student finance queries
Discover what help and advice is available
London Met welcomes students with disabilities, long-term medical or mental health conditions or Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) such as dyslexia.
Improve your career prospects
In addition to helping students find part-time work opportunities while studying, London Met provides career guidance even beyond graduation.
With a wide range of study areas and facilities, access to extensive study materials and helpful and well-informed staff, our library services are here to help you succeed.
Services for refugee health professionals
The Refugee Assessment and Guidance Unit (RAGU) provides careers advice, guidance and skills development for refugee health professionals.
We have Student Hubs at each of our three campuses to help you get advice and guidance from staff.
Find out more about the Students' Union
The place to go for student discounts, clubs and societies, independent advice, representation, volunteering opportunities and more.
We'll help you work through personal issues
The University's team of trained counsellors provide an opportunity for you to think and talk about any personal or emotional difficulties that may be concerning you.