If you're a non-EU student, our Study Abroad programme is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend part of your degree living in London, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. Join us for an unforgettable semester or year of full immersion and integration into a new and exciting culture whilst gaining academic credit towards your degree at your home institution. You'll also be able to complete an internship in a London-based company (for an additional fee).
The Study Abroad programme at London Met has been partnered with the State University of New York at Cortland for 30 years and we have many other partners including the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) based in Reno, Nevada.
We have supported students from the United States of America, New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, Russia and Turkey through the Study Abroad programme and we look forward to welcoming many more students in the future.
Other study abroad programmes
Please note, the Study Abroad programme is only for non-EU students. If you're from the EU, you may be interested in our Study in London programme. Alternatively, if you're studying at one of London Met's Erasmus+ partner institutions, you should take a look at our Erasmus+ scheme.
Contact us or register your interest
Whatever your query, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're here to support you every step of the way. If you want to receive updates from us, please register your interest.
How to apply
Eligibility and how to apply
Here you'll find all you need to know about applying for a study abroad programme at London Met, including fees and eligibility.
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.
Study Abroad Diversity Scholarship
We welcome applications from undergraduate international students applying to our Study Abroad programme.
Will I need a visa?
All study abroad students require either a Visitor visa or a Student visa, depending on nationality and length of course.
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.
After your studies
Here you'll find out what happens when you finish your studies at London Met including information about receiving your transcript.
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.