We are delighted that you have chosen one of our courses and look forward to welcoming you at the start of the new term.
These pages and the Get Set for London Met brochure contain important information about the things you need to know and do before you join us.
As a new student you will spend the first few weeks meeting people and finding your way around our buildings and facilities.
Our Get Set guide will give you some tips to help you get set for life at London Met.
Book your place today - we are here to give you support before and during the course of your studies.
Here are the questions we are asked by you about joining London Met.
The main contact points for students are the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Offices.
The Department of Student Services provides high-quality advice, information, support and guidance to all students at sites in Calcutta House and Holloway Road.
The service provides advice and information to students with UK financial issues related to their studies.
Finding a suitable place to stay can help you make the most of your time studying at London Met. The student accommodation bureau can help you, no matter what your needs and budget.
We take your future employment seriously and we are committed to helping you build a rewarding career. We offer a number of services to get your career on track.
The Chaplaincy is here to provide help and support to all students at the University. There are Chaplaincy offices at both Holloway Road and Calcutta House sites.
London Met’s Counselling Service provides an opportunity for you to meet one-to-one with a counsellor and to talk confidentially about any personal or emotional difficulties.
If you have any concerns about any mental health issues, please feel free to contact our mental health co-ordinator in Student Services.
The Disabilities and Dyslexia Service provides information on the support available to disabled students. If you need us, we are here to help.
Our International Student Advice Service team can provide specialist support on a range of issues, such as visas and immigration.
London Met has three academic libraries based in Holloway Road, Commercial Road and Calcutta House.
CELT provides a range of services, open to all. We help our students achieve success and reach their full potential through improving academic skills and confidence.