Students from Africa
Hearing from international students who have already studied at London Met is a great way to get a feel for what it would be like to come here. From being away from home for the first time to their favourite modules, here our African students and graduates talk about their experiences of studying at London Met.
What our students say
Food Science MSc
"A golden opportunity to contribute my own quota in making the world a better place".
Food Science MSc
"I had the opportunity to take up a postgraduate fellowship in the Houses of Parliament, working with the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology."
MA Woman and Child Abuse
"My scholarship has provided me with opportunities I never expected."
Applied Psychology MSc
"Social Psychology is my favourite module. It helps me understand different social aspects of human behaviour in different life situations."
Pharmaceutical Science MSc
"Coming from Ghana straight to London and being the first time away from Africa, this experience has been so eye-opening for me."
Brian Mzana Mthimkhulu
Sociology BSc (Hons)
"The degree has been most useful in my work as researcher and speech writer in the Ministry of Labour and as a newspaper columnist."
International Foundation Programme, Forensic Science BSc
"Coming to the UK was the biggest step I have taken in my life and it has really exposed me to loads of things. It has made me realise that the world is so huge and full of many different people, races, cultures and ways of living."
LLB Business Law; Business Law and Media Studies BSc
"My course played a very important role in preparing me for the work environment. I gained a lot of experience from my participation in various activities organised by the Students’ Union, as well as student societies."
Ayodele Tolulope Mercy
"I now have a network of mentors who can help me get my dream job thanks to London Met!"
MA Human Resource Management
My scholarship has opened a window of opportunity for me to explore academic life beyond the borders of my country
Electronic and Communications Engineering BEng (Hons)
"It is a very competitive world outside university and you have to make sure you stand out from the crowd to get yourself noticed."