Based in one of the world's most exciting capital cities, we're home to a diverse community of inspiring and determined learners, teachers and innovative thinkers, representing over 140 nationalities. We currently have more than 150 students from the USA enrolled in full-degree programmes and short-term study abroad programmes, with our community from across the pond continuing to grow every year.
Accelerated and affordable
We can offer you a great alternative to a USA degree if you're interested in studying overseas. We offer three-year bachelor’s and one-year master's degrees, with tuition fees ranging from £12,700 – £14,200 per year in the 2020–21 academic year (approximately $15,500 – 17,500).
Get in touch
Contact our US-based adviser for more information about studying with us:
International Officer, North America
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Our international team
We offer a welcoming and supportive environment situated in one of the world’s greatest cities. Our international students come from all over the world, giving you the opportunity to meet people from a variety of different backgrounds. No matter where you're from, we'll ensure you have the best possible university experience and, if you need support during your time with us, our international advisers can provide valuable information and advice.
Our students from the USA
Data Analytics MBA
"I have really enjoyed the cohort size, as it allows for great discussion between students. I have also found my professors to be very accessible, and it is great how much interaction you get with the tutor."
MSc in Public Health
"Coming from the US to the UK might seem like the biggest culture shock, but it was actually a smooth transition for me! If anyone is feeling doubtful about moving over here, London is such a lively city with so much to do. You will definitely find your niche."
Biomedical Science MSc
"Moving here has changed the way I look at life and has changed my mindset... I love being able to learn what I love in a new country and meeting great friends along the way."
Interior Architecture and Design BA
"If you know what degree you want to study, then definitely go to the UK; it’s more affordable, it takes less time and you don’t have to take general classes as it’s very specific to what you want to study."
Funding your studies
US Financial Aid
Direct loans for students from the USA
Full-time applicants with US citizenship can apply for the William D Ford Federal Direct Loan Program to help cover the cost of tuition and maintenance.
Get help with funding your studies
A scholarship can cover or help to cover the cost of course fees – take a look at the scholarships we offer.
Early payment discount
Save money on your course fees
A discount is available if you pay your course fees in good time.
Living in London is a fantastic experience as a student – with so many places to explore, things to do and people to meet. Whether it's working in the UK, the cost of living or how to register with a doctor, we understand that as an international student you may have some questions and concerns about moving to London – we hope that the information below will help answer your questions.
Useful links for students from the USA
Meet us in the USA
Find out if our reps will be in your region soon
Throughout the academic year, we visit a number of different countries at higher education fairs, conferences and events.
USA entry requirements
Academic entry requirements
Browse our guide of accepted qualifications for students coming to London Met from the USA.
Find somewhere to live during your studies
You can begin the process to apply for accommodation once you have accepted your offer. We work with a number of different accommodation providers that range in style and budget.
Visas and immigration
Student (previously Tier 4) Student visa
You can start the application process for your Student visa 90 days prior to the start date of your programme.
Spend a semester or year studying at London Met
If you're not looking to study your full degree with us, we can offer you the opportunity to spend a semester or year studying at London Met.