Year 12 Summer School 2019

Are you in Year 12? 

Our free summer schools give you a great chance to explore university life and discover what your course will really be like. 

What will I do?

You'll attend a range of lectures, seminars and hands-on workshops taught by our leading academics, giving you an in-depth taste of studying at degree level. You will also get lots of tips and advice on applying to university, student finance, personal statements and much, much more.

Why choose London Met

  • From our £30 million Science Centre and purpose-built art and design studios to our mock courtroom and £100,000 newsroom, our buildings house excellent state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Learn more about your chosen course from our leading academics.
  • Meet our amazing student ambassador team and find out what it’s really like at university and how to make the most of it.

 How to apply

  • Applications for all Summer School courses are now open.
  • Check out the full range of course in our online brochure below.
  • To apply click the link by your chosen course and complete our online application form.
  • You will be asked for details of a teacher who can be contacted to provide a reference for you, so get these details ready before you apply.
  • Select your first and second choice courses. We will endeavour to allocate your first choice but should this be full you will be offered an alternative.
  • Please note our Art, Architecture and Design courses take place on a different week and have a separate application form. You are able to apply to both weeks, spaces depending. 
  • If you have any problems or concerns with your application please do contact us at summerschool@londonmet.ac.uk 
Summer school students working in science lab
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Summer school courses 2019

The School of Computing and Digital Media

Course 

Subject areas included

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Engineering: Design and Build Your Own Robot

Electronic engineering, robotic engineering

Monday 1 – Friday 5 July,
Holloway campus, N7 8DB

Applications closed

Writers Week: An Exploration of Journalism and Creative Writing

Journalism, English, creative writing

Monday 1 – Friday 5 July,
Holloway campus, N7 8DB

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The Guildhall School of Business and Law

Course 

Subject areas included

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The Law, our Lives and 800 Years of Legal History

Law

Monday 1 – Friday 5 July,
Holloway campus, N7 8DB

Applications closed

 

The School of Human Sciences

Course 

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Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science     

Chemistry, pharmaceutical science 

Monday 1 – Friday 5 July,
Holloway campus, N7 8DB

Applications closed


 

 The School of Social Sciences

Course 

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Psychology                                                   

Psychology  

Monday 1 – Friday 5 July,
Holloway campus, N7 8DB

Applications closed


 

The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design 

Course 

Subject areas included

Dates and location

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Architecture                                                 

Architecture, design

Monday 22 to Friday 26 July,
Aldgate campus, E1 7PF

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Designing Through 3D Sketching

Fine art, illustration, design and 3D design

Monday 22 to Friday 26 July,
Aldgate campus, E1 7PF

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Street Photography

Photography, fine art

Monday 22 to Friday 26 July,
Aldgate campus, E1 7PF

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Street Style Fashion design 

Monday 22 to Friday 26 July,
Aldgate campus, E1 7PF

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For further information please contact Charlotte Gaughan, Senior Schools, Colleges and Widening Participation Officer on 020 7133 3980 or email summerschool@londonmet.ac.uk.

Summer schools 2018

 
Summer school sport science session with ambassador on runnign machine

 

 
Summer School students working in the Superlab on a footprint experiment

 

 
Summer school students working on Macs

 

 
Students and academic looking at art work

 

 
Summer School students in the Rocket

 

Here's what the Summer School class of 2018 had to say

“Very informative, not only in subject area but also about general university life. Definitely a worthwhile experience.”

"The Summer School has allowed me to experience new things out of my comfort zone and has helped my decision to go to university greatly. Can't thank you enough."

"Very interactive and informative, with a chance to meet friendly students and make new friends."

"This Summer School has made me feel confident with going to university as now I know what life as a student will be like.

“A very good experience which will help you to gain key skills, learn more about university life and help you make a decision.”

  • 95% said it was useful for their current school/college studies
  • 90% said they felt more prepared to attend university
  • 94% said they would recommend the summer school to future students