Tuition fees are the costs of your education at London Met. We charge a range of fees depending on the course you take and whether or not you are a full or part-time student.
For information on international student fees please visit International Tuition Fees.
Undergraduate course fees 2013-14
September 2012 saw a change to the costs of studying a degree course at public sector universities and colleges in England.
London Met is one of the most affordable universities in the country with the cost of a full time course ranging from £4,500 to £9,000. The average price of a London Met course is £6,850.
Contact Admissions for more details on our tuition fees policy:
Tel: +44(0)20 7133 4202 or email: email@example.com
Part-time students pay fees depending upon how many modules they do each year. Different students study at different rates, which is why we show a 'per module' fee rather than an 'annual' fee.
All students will need to pay half of their tuition fees on their first day.
If you are sponsored or receive a student loan your fees will be paid directly by your sponsorship organisation or by the Student Loans Company.
Overseas students usually have to pay a deposit of between £1000 and £4000 before they start their course. Students who win full scholarships do not pay a deposit.
Once you have enrolled the full tuition fees will need to be paid, even if you do not complete the academic year.
Non-payment of tuition fees will result in one, or more, of the following sanctions:
Refunds are at the discretion of the University and are only considered in exceptional circumstances. Tuition fee waivers and refunds will automatically be processed once you have formally withdrawn or intermitted from your course.
A standard administration charge of £100 will apply to all refunds. The University will also apply a charge to cover any recruitment costs incurred via the University’s agents and/or offices overseas. This amount will be deducted from any refund that might be agreed.