We want to make applying to us as simple and stress-free as possible. Whether you’re a prospective undergraduate, postgraduate or international student, or even a parent or teacher, we’ve got a handy guide that tells you all you need to know about applying to London Met.
In each of these guides you’ll find information on how to apply as well as details about funding, academic term dates, entry requirements, accommodation and more.
Remember, you’ll also find information about how to apply on the relevant course page. If you haven’t yet decided which course you'd like to study, we’d recommend browsing our course pages.
Wondering what the start of term might look like?
Find out what we’ll be doing to protect our students and staff, while still offering you the best possible learning experience this autumn. You may also want to take a look at our frequently asked questions relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you're applying for an undergraduate or foundation-year degree, this section will provide you with all you need to know about the application process.
Here you'll find all the information you need when applying to study a postgraduate degree with us.
Teacher training students
Wanting to pursue a career in teaching? Here's how to apply for our PGCE courses.
Art, architecture and design students
Find out how to apply for an art, architecture or design-related course, including short courses. This section includes portfolio guidance and information about interviews.
We welcome applications from individuals of all ages. If you're aged 21 or older, find out about joining us as a mature student.
If you're looking to transfer to London Met from a different university, here's a handy guide of what to do.
If you're from outside the UK, this section has all you need to know about applying to study with us.
If your child is thinking of applying, here's all you need to know about the types of courses we offer, our facilities, and the support and opportunities we provide.
Here you can find out how we deal with your application and the possible scenarios you could be in once we've assessed it.