To keep our communities safe, students and staff are now required to show evidence of a negative Covid test from within the past three days in order to access campus facilities. Book your next test here.
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.
Teaching in 2021–22
We are planning to return to our usual ways of teaching this autumn including on-campus activities for your course. We will continue to record teaching sessions where we can, so you can access them from home if necessary. Please check with your School Office whether these will be offered for your classes. In this situation, we will also work to ensure that those students who are isolating or aren’t comfortable coming on to campus have access to our teaching materials and support online.
To find out about the UK’s vaccine roll-out, Covid-19 restrictions and more on what this means for your student experience, read an insight piece from expert Professor Gary McLean, Professor of Molecular Immunology in London Met's School of Human Sciences.
All you need to know about how the library is operating can be found on the library area of the Student Zone.
Student support services
Our student support services will all be offered on campus again from 19 July.