Do something you love at London Metropolitan University

London Met invests in you: from our purpose-built newsroom to our state-of-the-art superlab, we aim to create a stimulating and unique learning environment for our students. Our courses have received top marks from the UK's Quality Assurance Agency and many are accredited by a wide range of professional bodies. Our lecturers are leaders in their field: in the latest Research Assessment Exercise, over two-thirds of the University’s research output was judged to be world-leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised.

We go the extra mile with our investment. We do this through our five-star promise, our pledge to connect our students with opportunities to boost their career skills. We put employability at the heart of our curriculum through helping you find placements, work experience and voluntary opportunities across a wide variety of organisations.

London Met puts our students at the centre of all we do. We can help you with accommodation, funding, and general career advice. We also offer disability and dyslexia support, study planning and an on-site counselling service. Our support services are designed to ensure that you receive all the guidance you can during your time with us.

"London Metropolitan University exists to transforms lives. We take pride in helping students reach their goals and succeed in their future careers." Vice Chancellor John Raftery

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What our students say

Dr. Daniel Amund: student profile

PhD graduate, Food Science

"Undertaking a PhD has been very challenging, but also rewarding. I have learned about research, but also developed my writing and science communication skills, and gained an appreciation of the importance of networking."

Gwen Anderson: student profile

MA Fine Art (Painting)

"The workshops are like playgrounds for adults. The technicians and the school keepers are very friendly, and they really go out of their way to help out. Also at The Cass you get your own studio even if you are part time, on both the BA and MA."

Said Aris Tarabi: student profile

PhD in Counselling Psychology

"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."

Alima Begum: student profile

BSc Criminology and Youth Studies

"There’s lots of help and opportunities at London Met which makes it easier to study. I also enjoy the fact that my university isn’t far from home so the commute to lectures and work isn’t difficult."

Iwona Boesche: student profile

Common Professional Exam (CPE) graduate

"The moment I learnt about the possibility of mooting at London Met, I wanted to take part in it. Partly because it is - in some ways - similar to performing on stage, but mostly because I knew I wanted to be a barrister and mooting is an invaluable practice for future advocacy."

Ryan Conway: student profile

MSc Criminology

"The University has a terrific core group of criminology lecturers who both excite and motivate students, and the guest lecturers offer insights and documentary evidence of crimes and offenders that you won’t find in the papers or on television."

Priya Desai: student profile

BSc Biomedical Science

"I really wanted to get a good education at a renowned university - not only has London Met got a superlab, but my science course is Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) accredited so it will enhance my future training prospects."

Nick Francis: student profile

BA Music Industry Management

"Working as an ambassador for London Met has so far involved working at many of its great open events by representing the university to prospective students. It’s a great job and I would recommend it to anyone looking to join London Met."

Jason Jackson: student profile

LLB Business Law; BSc Business Law and Media Studies graduate

"My course played a very important role in preparing me for the work environment. I gained a lot of experience from my participation in various activities organised by the Students’ Union, as well as student societies."

Jana Jankova: student profile

BSc International Business Management

"To study International Business Management in such a multicultural and diverse environment was a wonderful experience. I also valued how lecturers interacted with us during workshops."

Damiano La Rocca: student profile

BA Event Management

"The diverse background of the businesses [at Accelerator] keeps us up to date with the latest innovations in the different sectors, giving the basic knowledge for every part of the business and free-advice from collegue entrepreneurs."

Natalie Lewkowicz: student profile

BA (Hons) Advertising, Marketing, Communications and Public Relations

"I feel as though I have had the right balance of support and independence given to me throughout my studies."

Guy Marshall-Brown: student profile

BA (Hons) Fine Art

"My course is full of lively tutors who enjoy encouraging the students to push and pursue artistic careers..."

Loan Nguyen: student profile

MSc Business Economics

"London has a lot more to offer than just a place to study. I believe what [students] would achieve would not only be academic expertise, but also new friends, new experiences."