Students from the School of Social Professions
Health and Social Care BSc (Hons)
"The amount of constructive feedback, the lecturers' dedication to help me succeed and the amount of support we get is is beyond what I expected."
Youth Studies BSc (Hons)
"I can’t wait to graduate, I will be the first in my family – it has been a long journey especially for me... A massive thanks to all the staff and this University."
Yuba Raj Baral
International Health and Health Research Policy, PhD
"Before joining London Met as a research student, I worked as a lecturer with the Population Gender and Development Programme in Pokhara University, Nepal, and was involved with various public health-related research projects in Nepal."
"The Library is the best part of the University and is where I have spent my most precious time since being in London."
"They have a lot of support in place to help students to achieve their best."
Christina Nicole Giannikas
PhD in Applied Linguistics
"Central to my study are student-centred teacher and student-student interactions within English language classrooms..."
Education Studies BA (Hons)
"I’m grateful that the University took me in and gave me opportunities."
Primary Education (two-year accelerated degree) BA (Hons)
"My lecturers and module tutors have had the most impact on my development."
Public Administration (MPA) MA
"The work placement module was extremely rewarding and informative... I had a chance to experience first-hand the theories we had learned in the classroom; in particular, the implementation of outcome-based accountability."
Social Work MSc
"I saw the passion and dedication from Social Workers in making a difference to the lives of these families which struck a chord within me."
Honorary Doctor of Philosophy
Alison is the CEO of the Amaya Trust. She is the only black, female CEO in the country. She is also an independent education consultant.
Early Childhood Studies BA (Hons), MA
"I really enjoyed the inclusive learning environment and the knowledge I have obtained since completing both degrees."
MSc in Public Health
Receiving this scholarship meant everything to me that words couldn't express
Health Policy PhD, Public Health MSc
"I enjoyed my course so much that I applied for a scholarship to do my PhD here."
Nicole Danielle and Whitney Papa
Master of Public Administration
"The work placement was a real bonus for me. It was one of the big things that made me decide to choose this programme. I knew that I wanted to eventually work in some kind of charity so being able to get that placement meant a lot."
Master of Public Administration (MPA) – MA
"Through studying at London Met, I have been introduced to some amazing people from whom I've learned so much; I will take some unforgettable memories of them back home. Thank you London Met!"
Receiving this scholarship is like becoming a pilot who owns a plane himself