We work closely with a number of collaborative partners both in the UK and overseas to deliver courses that lead to a university award. These relationships give us the opportunity to enhance our academic offering and provide the best possible learning experience to a wider audience.
All partner institutions are subject to a full scrutiny of their ability to deliver university-level education and therefore all awards made via the University's partners are of an equivalent standard to awards delivered directly by the University. In order to do this there are a number of mechanisms in place, including institutional and academic liaison, a contract and various monitoring processes. The University is ultimately responsible for the academic quality of the course and will ensure that external reference points (such as those published by the Quality Assurance Agency) and internal policies are followed.
If you're studying a course that leads to an award from London Met, you have a number of entitlements to our services and facilities. If you have any questions, please get in touch with your course leader at your home institution who should be able to provide more assistance.
We have been made aware that an organisation called the European University of Business (EUB) has been using our logo on official information in relation to a three-year Management BA (Hons) programme.
London Met has no links of any kind to this institution and we have asked them to remove our logo, and any reference to the University, from all of their print and digital media. EUB has acknowledged erroneous use of our logo and agreed to comply with this request.
Interested in a partnership?
Find out more about how your institution can partner with London Met.