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.
Top 10 UK university for teaching quality and student experience
We pride ourselves on the education and overall experience we provide to our students. This has been recognised in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 where we ranked ninth in the UK for our teaching quality and 10th in the UK for student experience.
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. In the Daily Mail University Guide 2024, we feature in the top 20 UK universities for student support and in the top 50 UK universities for graduate salaries.
Leading the way in environmental sustainability
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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London Met alumni Antonio Capelao launches Architecture for Kids podcast series
A new podcast that aims to engage children and young people in discussions about the built environment has been launched by London Metropolitan University alum, Antonio Capelao.
London Met researchers to present Irish Nurses project for IWD at the London Irish Centre
Irish Nurses navigating British Society: Essential Carers and Unwanted Migrants is an online symposium celebrating International Women’s Day.
London Met academic publishes new research article on influenza reactions to antibodies
Professor of Biomedical Science, Professor Lijun Shang recently published a new paper in the Journal of Medical Virology.
London Met speaks to Lady Phyll ahead of the CEI Annual Lecture
Inclusive Communities Manager Mia Nembhard sat down with Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, this year's Centre for Equity and Inclusion Annual Lecture guest speaker, to discuss current EDI challenges.
Help to Grow: An innovative toolkit to strengthen your business position
Help to Grow Management is an innovative training programme designed to help entrepreneurs and executives working in London's SMEs to the next level.
London Met unveils its 2024 National Student Survey campaign
MA Graduate Arpita Hajare describes how she created a 'simple, crisp yet meaningful piece of design' for London Met's NSS campaign.
Dirty London: How we can make the capital cleaner?
Two journalism students, David Pasia and Gabriela Yorgova, cover a panel discussion during the Journalism Newsweek Debate.
London Met academics awarded grant to develop VR technology for Parkinson's patients
The charity Parkinson’s UK have awarded the grant to academics to use the new technology to help rehabilitate facial muscles.
London Met academics and partners win major grant for Afghan resettlement project
£268,792 award from the Nuffield Foundation will support the crucial work of Professors Louise Ryan and María López, and their partners, into the Afghan resettlement scheme.
London Met unveils new state-of-art health facilities at official launch event
New state-of-the-art facilities for the School of Human Sciences have been officially unveiled.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs to retire
London Metropolitan University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lynn Dobbs announced her plan to retire at the end of the year.
London Met social work students lead live podcast event at the Great Hall
Hosts of the popular podcast the Social Worker and The Mentor received an invitation to participate in a networking and idea-sharing event with social work students and professionals.
Renowned British playwright Patricia Cumper visits London Met for guest talk
The award winning playwright visited London Met as part of the ‘In Conversation With’ series, created to engage with local college students.
London Met professor awarded Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship
Dr Karen McNally, Professor of American Film, Television and Cultural History, has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship commencing in 2024.