As a student from one of our Erasmus+ partner institutions, you have the incredible opportunity to study for one semester or more in one of the most exciting cities in the world. Come and join our welcoming and successful university community, get credits towards your degree and enjoy an unforgettable experience in London.
Through these pages we'll guide you through the process and the steps you'll need to take to make your exchange a success.
If you are not sure whether you're studying at one of our Erasmus+ partner institutions please see the partner university tab below. If you aren't studying at one of our partner institutions, you may be interested in our Study Abroad programme (for non-EU students) or our Study in London programme (for EU passport holders).
Whatever your query, please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We're here to support you every step of the way.
How to apply
Applying for our Erasmus programme
Here you'll find all you need to know about applying for London Met's Erasmus programme, including eligibility criteria.
Programme of study
Choose your modules
At London Met, we offer our study abroad students a diverse range of modules on either a semester or year-long basis.
Will I need a visa?
All study abroad students require either a Tier 4 visa or short-term study visa unless they hold an EU passport.
Semester dates and arrival information
Find out all you need to know about your arrival, term dates, exam periods and University holidays.
Find somewhere to live
We can help you find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live during your studies. Once you've been offered a place you can start applying for accommodation.
Our Erasmus partner institutions
View the full list
We share Erasmus links with a number of institutions across Europe. If you are studying at one of these institutions you can spend a semester or year with us through the Erasmus scheme.
What our students say
From making lifelong friends to having access to first-class facilities, find out what our students had to say about their study abroad experiences.