Careers advice

As part of our five star student promise, London Met offers you access to practical opportunities to gain strong employability skills. In addition to helping students find part-time work opportunities whilst studying, London Met provides career guidance even beyond graduation. Our Job Shop advertised 2,000 opportunities for students just this past year.

The Careers and Employability team can work with you to develop an action plan to gain work placements, give you feedback on your job applications and help to improve your interview techniques.

Jobs at London Met

London Met has its own graduate intern scheme, where we place our graduates in available positions within the University. Or you can take advantage of our in-house temping agency where all relevant work opportunities on campus are offered to our students first. Part of London Met’s goal is to recycle as much of your fees back to you as possible.

Our student ambassadors play a vital role in helping to promote life at London Met. In addition to helping at our open days and Higher Education (HE) Fairs, as an ambassador you could raise the aspirations of students from underrepresented backgrounds by visiting local schools and colleges to talk about your own university experience. You could also become a Success Coach, London Met offers opportunities for second and third year students to assist first year students in getting adjusted to university life.

What's more, all of these roles are paid and will look fantastic on your CV.


London Met’s volunteering team offers you the chance to get involved in our vibrant programme and gain experience in community-based organisations, which can give your CV a strong boost.

"I think that the Careers Service at London Met was excellent not only in supporting me at the beginning of my career but also in developing the job search skills which I still use today."

Fabio Massaro, BA Marketing graduate

"Volunteering is a fantastic way to develop your skills...It allows you to apply what you learn in the classroom to a real-world situation, with tangible results. Not only are you giving back to the organisation and the community, but you get great material for your CV, valuable contacts and a rewarding experience. Voluntary organisations want you to get the most out of your time and often go out of their way to make sure that you develop the skills that you want and need. Showing that you volunteered really lets future employers know that you are reliable and committed."

Camille Acosta, Assistant Project Manager, Rowan Arts


Why London Met?


Building your career at London Met

Get access to careers advice, volunteer and job opportunities.

London Met heroes

A community for change

Here at London Met we support our students to be the very best they can. Our students, staff and graduates are reformers, game-changers, lifesavers and more; impacting the world of science, pushing creative boundaries and campaigning against social injustices. Read on to find out more.

Our facilities

Facilities at London Met

We invest in our students by creating state-of-the-art teaching, social and professional spaces.


Videos about London Met

There is only so much you can learn about life at London Met by reading about it. These films give a taste of the student experience, and the benefits of studying with us.

Our five star Student Promise

Our promise to you

At London Met, you can get to work, earn it back, shape your course, take our investment, and boost your potential.


Social life at London Met

There are many ways to get involved with university life at London Met. After all, it’s not all about studying and exams.

Sport and recreation

Fitness, sport and recreation at London Met

Learn more about our sport societies, clubs, teams, fitness and gym facilities.

Students' Union

About London Met's Students' Union, LondonMetSU

London Met SU voices the views and concerns of our students on a range of issues relating to the University and the wider community.

Supporting our students

Guidance at London Met

Support services including disabilities and dyslexia, counselling, chaplaincy, sport and recreation, and Students' Union.