There are loads of ways to get involved with university life at London Met; after all, it’s not all about studying and exams.
Getting involved in a society, taking up a new sport, or joining a campaign is a great way to make new friends and will complement and challenge what you learn in the classroom.
Wherever your interests lie, taking part will also boost your career prospects by adding value to your graduate profile – potential employers are always interested in hearing about the kinds of things you were involved with at university.
‘ London Met is fantastic because (despite being such a big university) everybody can find little communities in it with people who share their interests and ambitions.’
Joe Konderla, BA Advertising and Marketing Communications student
London Met’s hubs are situated in some of the most exciting areas of the city: Aldgate, Moorgate and Holloway. When you study with us, you’ll get to experience, and become part of, the vibrant local communities surrounding us.
Outside of lectures and study, our students take advantage of the buzzing nightlife in east London, cheap eats in Hackney and Dalston, live music in Camden as well as the museums, galleries and theatres dotted all over the city.
Our Aldgate hub is located minutes from Aldgate and Aldgate East tube stations, served by the Circle, Metropolitan, District, and Hammersmith & City lines respectively. Mainline railway stations, Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street, are a short walk away.
London Met’s University buildings in north London sit opposite Holloway Road tube station, which is served by the Piccadilly line. The hub is also close to Highbury & Islington tube and railway station.
City of London
Situated in the heart of the City, our Moorgate campus can be reached by tube or rail. Moorgate tube station is served by the Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines whileBank, served by the Central line, is just minutes away. Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street are the closest mainline railway stations.