Get tested for Covid-19

Anyone coming on to campus must be able to show proof of a negative Covid test from within the last three days. Tests are available for free from the NHS to take at home, or from a local pharmacy using a Collect Code - find out more about getting a Collect Code. You can also get tested on campus in one of our self-testing rooms.

We also highly recommend that everyone wear a mask or face covering while on campus. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation - it's up to all of us to keep our community safe. 

What to expect from your learning experience

We know that Covid-19 isn’t something that just affects your studies, it affects your home lives too. Be assured that we have tailored our support to take this into account. In partnership with our Students’ Union, we have implemented new policies and regulations to ensure that you are not disadvantaged in any way as a result of the current situation.

What is most important to us is that you have a safe and outstanding experience at London Met. We will continue to review the situation weekly in line with government guidance and keep you informed of any changes we need to make. 


All teaching is currently happening in-person.

You may have seen that the government announced a move to 'Plan B' in December 2021, which included requiring vaccine passports for large venues, more areas where masks are required and asking anyone who can to work from home. The Government has, however, required that we continue to have all teaching in-person. Laboratories, the Library and essential services will remain open too. 

Don't forget, you need to be able to show a recent negative Covid test to access any of our buildings.

If you are on a Student or Tier 4 visa, visit our pages for more information about how this may affect your visa and travel plans.


All you need to know about how the library is operating can be found on the library area of the Student Zone.