Do something you love this autumn

Looking to start university this autumn? We can help...

Last year we helped hundreds of people just like you find a place on a full-time undergraduate degree through Clearing – and our admissions team is here again to help you through the process.

What is Clearing? Clearing is a service that helps UK and EU nationals find places on full-time university courses starting in the autumn. Read answers to other common questions about Clearing in our frequently asked questions.

Applying over the phone? Check our hotline opening hours. Remember, you can apply online at any time.

Stay inspired. Keep learning.

With everything that's happening in the world at the moment, we want to reassure you that we’ve put plans in place to ensure you'll get the same high-quality teaching while staying safe this autumn. Read more about our plans for the start of term.

Our commitment to those receiving their results

We've always been committed to social justice and equality. Since the government's decision to cancel exams, we've taken steps to support our potential students. We've welcomed students through Clearing and helped them to secure a place using their teacher's predictions, based on ability rather than the grades awarded by the exam board. We will continue to offer places on this basis and will continue to support you in every way we can.

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Find out about London Met from one of our very own students

Unsure what to expect from student life? Want an answer from a student's perspective? Chat with one of our student ambassadors – they aim to respond within 24 hours. View the students who are available to chat below and start a conversation today!

Clearing hotline opening hours

 

DateOpening hours
Tuesday 1 to 6 September Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, closed on Saturday and Sunday
7 September to 23 October Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm, closed on Saturday and Sunday

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