Welcome to London Met
Based in one of the world's most exciting capital cities, London Met is home to a welcoming community of inspiring and determined learners, teachers and innovative thinkers.
We offer a wide range of courses, from undergraduate and postgraduate degrees to short courses and professional qualifications, many of which are available to study full-time or part-time to best suit your needs and lifestyle.
Best in London for teaching quality
We pride ourselves on the education we provide to our students. This has been recognised in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 where we ranked best in London and sixth in the UK for our teaching quality.
Dedicated to employability
We're 100% committed to helping our students reach their goals and succeed in their careers. All of our undergraduate courses include some form of work-related learning, such as a placement, client project or on-campus work experience, and many courses are accredited by professional bodies.
Leading the way in environmental sustainability
Here at London Met, we've been widely recognised for our sustainability improvements. In December 2021, we were recognised by the People and Planet sustainability league table as the university that has made the largest reduction in carbon emissions out of all UK universities, having reduced our carbon emissions by 80% since 2005-06.
Meet our real London community
Like the wider London community, our students, staff and graduates come from all kinds of backgrounds – some from around the corner, others from around the globe. Each and every one of them belongs here and uniquely contributes to our community and the city around them. They are The Real London. This is The Real London.
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Trump and the FBI
Head of International Relations, Andrew Moran comments on the recent FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s residence and its potential consequences.
Supporting the multicultural, multilingual classroom
London Met’s Dr Eleni Meletiadou has received a significant grant to explore inclusive formative assessment literacy in higher education, in an increasingly internationalised context.
The Cost-of-Living Crisis: what, why, and what next
Dr Nirmala Lee, Associate Professor and Head of Subject for Accounting, Banking and Finance, comments on the current cost of living crisis.
Winner of London Met’s Big Writing Challenge announced
Creative writing competition launched by London Met and Orion Publishing won by Elyana Guler for ‘The Grimm’.
London Met professors attend prestigious Data Science International Summer School
Professor Vassil Vassilev and Dr Viktor Sowinski-Mydlarz were invited to learn and share at a major industry summer school earlier this July.
London Met’s affiliate school Nelson College celebrates graduation.
After a hiatus due to Covid-19 Nelson College students received their diplomas.
Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence success for London Met lecturers
Senior lecturers Sandra Sinfield and Tom Burns receive award as part of the #creativeHE team
London Met Lecturer receives prestigious RIA Chemistry award
Analytical Chemistry lecturer Dr Priyanka Ganguly, won the Kathleen Lonsdale award, given by the Royal Irish Academy.
London Met affiliate school The NEXT Campus celebrates graduation
Students and staff came together to enjoy a graduation ceremony in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
London Met graduate's debut film released on all major streaming platforms
Daniel Glenn-Barbour’s first feature film ‘Yes-Man’ officially launches across streaming platforms.
"Portobello had the high standards to help me achieve what I hoped for"
London Met's partner school, the Portobello Institute celebrates graduation.
“London Running Wild” sustainable design expert featured in Time Out magazine
Siân Moxon’s rewilding project receives coverage in the esteemed magazine, Time Out London.
Employability at London Met: from potential to practical skills
Education Studies graduate Bukola Monehin on overcoming adversity, earning a degree and becoming a role model to her children with support from London Met.
Learning skills that will last a lifetime
Recent graduate Sharon Foster on taking opportunities, pushing herself, and doing things she never thought she could do.