Our facilities

Because you’ve invested in us, it’s only right that we go the extra mile to invest in you. Over the past few years, we’ve created new state-of-the-art teaching, social and professional spaces. We also offer fantastic learning resources including libraries at each of our campuses, and access to a wealth of electronic resources.

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High-flying legal trainees...

Our mock courtroom, complete with dock, witness box and public gallery, will familiarise you with the courtroom environment, explain the processes and aid your presentation skills – all of which helped two of our legal students to come an impressive 5th out of 64 universities in the ESU National Mooting Competition 2012.

Aspiring journalists...

In 2012, we opened a newsroom for our journalism students. Editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, joined us for the unveiling of the new £100,000 facility, which will provide students with the best possible training for a career in media. Those with a passion for news-reporting can get to grips with the inner workings of a studio at London Met’s very own student radio station, Verve.

Astute economists and bankers...

The University’s Bloomberg information terminals deliver a huge database of company information, news, real-time financial instrument prices and valuation analytics. We also offer access to Bankscope, one of the world’s most important banking information sources.

Studious scientists...

Our £30 million science centre, featuring our "superlab" with 280 workstations, offers a multitude of facilities. Benefit from specialist laboratories for tissue culture research and microbiology; a nuclear-magnetic resonance room; and a Category 3 laboratory suite for research on airborne or transferable viruses. The centre also features sports therapy study facilities, nutritional physiology labs, phlebotomy labs and more.

Future-focused IT specialists...

Students at the School of Computing have access to a number of exciting labs including: the Gamelab Studio, complete with programmable games machines connected to PCs; some of the most advanced Cisco labs in London; and a mobile applications lab with software that allows students to build apps for multi-platform smartphones. In our WOW Agency, our top IT, digital and multimedia students work on real, paid projects, such as developing new websites and animations. Top clients include Comic Relief and EMI Records.

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.