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.
Whether you're a legal trainee, an aspiring journalist, or you're aiming for a career as a scientist, banker or an IT specialist, have a browse through our impressive facilities below, or better still, book onto one of our open days and check them out for yourself.
Explore our facilities
We are one of the few universities that will offer you the chance to directly use Bloomberg data, information and analytics throughout your studies.
Cass Works incorporates specialist workshops and technical facilities to help you create projects in subject areas.
At London Met, we have some of the most advanced Cisco labs in London.
Computers and software
You’ll have access to facilities fully-equipped with PC or Mac computers that are pre-loaded with the latest professional programmes to help you in your studies.
Situated at our Moorgate campus, the state-of-the-art interpreting suite provides our translation and interpreting students with the use of many language resources.
Get stuck into the latest news with our state-of-the-art £100,000 facility opened in 2012 by Alan Rusbridger, the then-Editor of The Guardian.
With a wide range of study areas and facilities, access to extensive study materials and helpful and well-informed staff, our library services are here to help you succeed.
London Metropolitan University is one of only a few in the UK to offer the use of a fully functional mock courtroom to its students.
At London Met, we’ve spent over £30 million to create the largest and most advanced science teaching facility in Europe.
We have Student Hubs at each of our three campuses to help you get advice and guidance from staff.
Study areas, social spaces and cafés and eateries
London Met has great places to socialise, eat and study, and we work hard to make sure you have everything you need for your time on campus.
Theatre and performance spaces
We have created dedicated areas for our theatre, dance and performance students.
TV, radio and audio recording studios
At our Holloway campus, you’ll be able to experience working in a TV and recording studio as part of your course.
Workshops and studios
At our Aldgate campus you’ll find spaces to build your projects and exhibit work.
World of Work Agency
At London Met, the World of Work (WoW) Agency aims to place you in your chosen industry for a short amount of time so you can gain skills.
Why London Met?
Building your career at London Met
Get access to careers advice, volunteer and job opportunities.
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.
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.
Guidance at London Met
Support services including disabilities and dyslexia, counselling, sport and recreation and Students' Union.
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.
Fitness, sport and recreation at London Met
Learn more about our sport societies, clubs, teams, fitness and gym facilities.
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.