Welcome to London Met
Based in one of the world's most exciting capital cities, London Met is home to a diverse 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.
Dedicated to employability
We take pride in 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.
Vibrant and diverse
We're proud of our vibrant, multi-ethnic and socially diverse community, and encourage you to join us – we currently have more than 140 nationalities studying with us.
One of the best universities for carbon reduction
We have strong links with the local area and are committed to environmental sustainability. We've installed LED lights, solar panels and energy-efficient air conditioning, reducing our carbon emissions by 72% since 2009.
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Award-winning alumnus gives filmmaking masterclass
Jesses Quinones, director, writer and producer, explained to students how they can get their feature film off the ground.
Success for East End Archive
Books featuring work by renowned photographers move quickly to second edition, and project to feature on BBC Radio London.
The Hungry London debate
More than 150 people attended the online debate on the urgent topic of food poverty, made all the worse by the Covid-19 pandemic. Here is what our Journalism BA students had to say.
Exploring migrants' responses in contexts of 'unsettling events'
Senior Professor of Sociology and Director of London Met’s Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre, Louise Ryan, gave the keynote lecture at a recent migration conference.
Supporting employability for international students
London Met's Jenny Wilkinson will take part in a British Council panel to discuss how UK institutions can support international graduate routes.
New exhibition celebrates centenary of Mary Reid Macarthur
The life and work of the pioneering female trade unionist are explored by the exhibition, with a rich variety of sources from London Met's TUC Library Collections.
Saturday Club returns to London Met
The club offers young Londoners the chance to study creative subjects with leading experts for free.
London Met students help Waltham Forest College with COVID testing
A comprehensive testing regime will help to reduce the risk of positive transmission within the College and wider community.
Universities are failing to recognise and tackle Islamophobia, London Met Study finds
A new report calls for institutions to recognise the existence of Islamophobia, do more to examine its impact, and take decisive action to eradicate Islamophobia from campuses.
Racialising pandemics: lessons from history
Professors Louise Ryan and Don MacRaild explore the ways in which nations and their people have historically been stigmatised by disease.
Making a greener city through the civic inclusion of migrants
London Met research, which explores the opportunities for urban agriculture on the Bagmati riverbanks in Kathmandu, was named Frontiers of Architectural Research's best paper of 2020.
The role of festivals in urban life
Festival Cities, a new book by London Met’s Margaret Gold and Oxford Brooks’ John Gold charts the embedding of festivals in city planning and urban culture over time.
Staging and Re-cycling
A new book by John Keefe and Knut Ove Arntzen suggests a new form of dialogue between work, authors and readers, and draws out threads that extend both into the past and future.
When objects in space collide
Dr Jon Tandy discussed his research on the processes that happen in high-speed collisions in solar systems on the Science Off Camera podcast.