Our team of specialist advisors aim to make your time at university as affordable and stress-free as possible. For advice and guidance on fees and funding come in and see us or visit our Advice, Information and Funding Service pages.
How much you pay in tuition fees depends on which country you come from and whether you are a full or part-time student. Check out the latest information on course fees, financial support and the various ways in which you can pay for your studies.
Many of our students benefit from fee reductions, bursaries or scholarships.
If you're planning to study an extended degree at London Met, you may be eligible for bursaries totalling between £1,000 and £5,000 across four years of study, and up to a total of £9,500 across four years of study if you are a care leaver.
Please check the details of our bursaries for extended degrees to see if you might be eligible.
Making education more affordable
As champions of affordable quality education, London Met is offering 898 scholarships to undergraduate students joining the University in 2014.
Book your place today - we are here to give you support before and during the course of your studies.
Tuition fees are the costs of your education at London Met. We charge a range of fees depending on what course you are enrolled on.
The Maintenance Grant and Special Support Grant give eligible students financial help with accommodation and other living costs.
Funding your studies
If you are a UK student planning to study full-time or part-time you may be eligible for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of your course.
Fee repayments explained
Students can pay their tuition fees by a number of methods. Students who are paying their own tuition fees can do so by credit/debit card (if paying either in full or by instalments)