• All disclaimers should be read alongside the general student regulations. 
  • Applicants are required to select a preferred and two alternative modules from the session(s) the intend to apply for. 
  • Applicants should be aware that they may be placed on any one of the alternative modules they select and all modules are subject to minimum numbers.  
  • Students will only be able to study on one module per session.  
  • Applications should be made via the online application form that can be found on the international summer school webpage on the London Met website. 
  • London Met will make admissions decisions in line with the eligibility criteria set out on the International Summer School webpages. 
  • Students attending the International Summer School must have a good command of English and meet the English language requirements set out on the international summer school webpages. 
  • An application to study on the International Summer School is not a guarantee of a place or an offer to study on any particular module. 
  • All offers made by London Met can be withdrawn or amended at any time. 
  • We will inform all attendees about the status of their applications within two working days of their application. 
  • Offers are subject to the payment of tuition fees. 
  • Offers will include payment details. Applicants can complete their payment online via the London Met eShop or via bank transfer.
  • All students who complete their application by 1 April 2022 will receive confirmation of their module allocation no later than 8 April 2022. 
  • Students should discuss their applications with their home university/college to clarify the options for transferring credits back to their home institution. 
  • All students participating in the International Summer School will be required to obtain private insurance. This will need to cover emergency medical, repatriation, personal belongings and money, travel and personal liability. 
  • Students are advised to not make any travel or housing commitments before the programme and module offer is confirmed.  
  • Students must be 18 years of age or above at the start of the course.  
  • Housing is not guaranteed and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.  
  • Applications received after 1 April 2022 will only be considered subject to availability and at the discretion of London Met.  
  • Study visas may be required to study in the UK. It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain the relevant visa for their programme.  


  • Students who withdraw after arrival are liable for full fees. 
  • Students must pay their fees in full by 15 April 2022 or for late applicants within one week of receiving their offer and module allocation. 
  • If London Met cancels the International Summer School after the payment deadline, then the full tuition fee will be refunded to students. 
  • Applicants will have up until 15 April 2022 to cancel or withdraw from the International Summer School before being charged or ineligible for a full refund. 

Cancellation and programme changes: 

  • The University reserves the right to cancel or make changes to the programme at any time and for any reason. 
  • The University reserves the right to cancel or cap enrolments for individual International Summer School modules if e.g. the minimum number for a module has not been met or if the module is oversubscribed.  
  • The University reserves the right to amend, where reasonable, any element of a module at any time.  
  • In the event that changes are made or modules are cancelled, applicants will be informed about all changes in a timely manner and offered the opportunity to change their module (subject to availability).  
  • In the case of module cancellation, if London Met is unable to place an applicant on their preferred or alternative modules then the applicant is entitled to a full refund of the tuition fees for the module in question.  
  • The University reserves the right to make content changes at any time. 
  • Please note that due to external factors, including but not limited to; natural disasters, government coronavirus guidance changes, university strikes and closures, that the University can cancel or amend the programme at any time.