Please note: This information is provided as a guide only. Some courses may have specialised entry requirements that are listed on the relevant course page. Please check for any additional subject/course specific requirements before submitting your application.
Academic entry requirements
Type of course
WAEC SSCE with an International Foundation year
Ordinary National Diploma (OND) with at least a lower credit
Students who have completed Year 1 (Level 100) of a Nigerian university can be considered for Year 1 entry to a bachelor's degree.
An NCE (National Certificate of Education) from a college of education is also acceptable for entry into Year 1 only.
|Four-year degree including a foundation year
Students who fall slightly below the standard requirements for an undergraduate course may be considered for an available or appropriate foundation year degree programme.
Bachelor's degree – 2.2
|International Foundation Programme
|West African Senior School Certificate of Education – WASSCE with 5 passes at grade C6 minimum including Mathematics and English Language at no more than two sittings. Grading system is A1 – Excellent, B2-3 – Good, C4-6 – Credit, D7-E8 – Pass, F9 – Fail
Mathematics and English requirements
WASSCE grade C6 minimum
Non-EEA nationals who require a Tier 4 student visa must provide a Secured English Language Test (SELT) such as Academic IELTS or Pearson PTE Academic qualification. Please see our English language requirements.
|Mathematics (if applicable to your course)
|WASSCE grade C6 minimum
Applying from Nigeria
Everything you need to know about applying to study with us from Nigeria, including details on how you can meet us in your own country, get in touch with local representatives and hear from our Nigerian alumni about their London Met experience.
ENIC and accreditation
UK ENIC offers a variety of services on the comparability of qualifications from overseas. These services have been designed to help migrants coming to the UK to work or study and who are applying through the UK’s points based system for immigration. Take a look at the Statement of Comparability from ENIC.
Providing your qualifications
Please be sure you're able to provide copies of official certificates of any qualifications you have taken when you make your application (please do not send us your original certificates). If any of your certificates or supporting documents (transcripts) are in a non-English language you will need to provide certified English translations alongside any official copies.