Studying health at London Metropolitan University

Courses include biomedical science, dietetics and nutrition, psychology and sports science and therapy

Study a degree that will equip you with skills to play a key role in identifying diseases, monitoring treatment and undertaking research. Individual and community wellbeing lies at the core of our care, public health, dietetics, nutrition and sports programmes. Our graduates progress to specialist roles in the public sector, fitness industry, local and national government, the charity sector and in research.

Many graduates go on to careers working in hospitals or private medical laboratories as healthcare assistants, phlebotomists or biomedical scientists. We have extraordinary graduates who have gone on to become sports therapists for Arsenal, Leicester City and Chelsea Football Clubs, as well as support workers specialising in mental health and dietitians for NHS trusts.

"My time at London Met has flown by. I’m really proud of my final project for which I’ve developed a cognitive rehabilitation treatment for sufferers of Alzheimer’s. We’ve had highly significant results in trials and I hope I can develop and test it further. I’m excited about the future, I already have my first interview to work as an Assistant Psychologist, and I’m really looking forward to making a difference."

Hind Sara Bechari Martin – Psycholigy BSc graduate

Our undergraduate health courses

News and success stories from our health courses