Providing a safe environment for our community
Get tested for COVID-19 on campus
Staff and students who do not have symptoms of COVID-19 can be tested for the virus on campus.
The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority, and we've been working tirelessly to ensure our campuses are as safe as possible for the start of term.
We’ve taken on board the latest government advice as well the insights and knowledge of our own experts such as Dr Gary McLean, a molecular immunology expert from our School of Human Sciences, to develop a comprehensive range of measures to ensure a Covid-safe environment for your return to campus.
We’re introducing social distancing measures across all of our campuses, installing hand sanitising stations, one-way travel systems throughout our buildings, and frequent cleaning of all lecture rooms and social spaces. We also have London Met branded face masks available for everyone in our community. Take a look at the guidance below to discover all the ways we’re making our campuses Covid-safe, as well as how you can play your part in keeping our community safe.
Protect yourself, protect our community
We’re asking everyone in our community to play their part by asking you to think hands, face, space and safe.
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How we're keeping you safe on campus
Our Deputy Vice-Chancellor Donna Whitehead and Students' Union President Chrystalle Margallo take you through the safety measures we've put in place for students and staff returning to campus.