Courses include community development, international relations, politics, social work, sociology and youth studies
These undergraduate courses are designed for those wanting to make a difference to people’s lives and the community. We have excellent relationships with local London authorities and many of our degrees lead to professional accreditation, giving our graduates the skills and connections they’ll need to forge a successful career.
Our graduates are helping people in communities around the world, working with adults, children and families, older people, people with mental health issues and those with learning disabilities. We also have graduates in the Civil Service, Friends of the Earth, the UK Department for International Development, the European Union and the United Nations – some have also gone on to become Members of Parliament.
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Our undergraduate community development, international relations, politics, social care, sociology and youth studies courses
Health and Social Care (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This foundation degree in Health and Social Care helps you as you gain a degree qualification even if you don't meet the standard entry requirements. Apply.
Health and Social Care (Top-up) - BSc (Hons)
Our Health and Social Care (Top-up) BSc degree provides you with the training and qualification aligned to the standards set by Skills for Health. Apply now.
Health and Social Care - BSc (Hons)
Prepare yourself for a professional career in the health and social care sector with London Met's Health and Social Care degree course. Apply now!
International Relations (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
If you're passionate about international relations but don't have the necessary requirements to enter the three-year undergraduate degree, this four-year course is perfect for you.
International Relations - BA (Hons)
Examine key issues relating to politics, power, race and gender on our International Relations BA degree at London Met. Discover the course and apply now.
International Relations and Politics - BA (Hons)
Explore key issues of intersectionality and political power in this London Met's International Relations and Politics BA degree. Apply now and start your course.
Leadership in Communities - BSc (Hons)
Validated by the Endorsement and Quality Standards Board for Community Development and Chartered Institute of Housing, you'll learn how to become a leader in community development.
Social Work (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
An alternative route into social work studies if you don't meet the requirements to enter the standard undergraduate degree.
Social Work - BSc (Hons)
This Social Work undergraduate degree offers entry into a profession that has its history rooted in the principles of equality and justice. Apply to London Met.
Sociology (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This degree is designed to lead to an undergraduate qualification in sociology if you don't hold the necessary requirements or qualifications to enter the undergraduate degree.
Sociology - BSc (Hons)
In the diverse cultural scenario of London, you'll be introduced to ideas on globalisation, social inequality and identity. Apply now to the Sociology BSc degree.
Youth Studies - BSc (Hons)
Focusing on young people, this Youth Studies degree course takes an in-depth look at evolving identities, media representations and social policy. Apply now!
News and success stories from our public, social care and third sector courses
Irish Nurses in the NHS: New photographic exhibition unveiled at London Irish Centre
The new installation documents Irish nurses who worked in the National Health Service, especially through the 1950s and 1960s.
London Met academics invited to present their report on Afghan Migrants to the Home Office
Prof Louise Ryan and Dr Maria Lopez held a seminar presenting their findings directly to government departments.
London Met launches a new degree in partnership with the United Nations focused on Climate Security
Course leaders for International Relations announce new degree that gives students an opportunity to explore links between climate change, peace and security.
Let's Talk Islington: dismantling inequality in Islington
Donna Jones will explore the experiences of inequality among Islington's LGBTQIA+ communities, and elder communities, in two projects with the borough's council.
Who will be the next safe pair of hands?
Andrew Moran, Head of Criminology, Sociology, Politics and International Relations, looks back on the recent political upheaval in the UK.
London Met academic working with London local authorities to enhance social work methods
Kevin Brazant’s social work research and fatherhood training model picked up by local council authority after being presented at London Met Conference.
London Met hosts panel discussion on racial equity and career progression in social work
Last September saw social work professionals from across London boroughs and London Met come together to share lessons on creating a more inclusive workplace.
Autocracy as a curse
London Met sociologist Svetlana Stephenson discusses how Putin, once an inconspicuous St. Petersburg official, turned into Shakespeare's Richard III in 20 years.
Thousands of Afghan refugees living in UK hotels, one year from Taliban takeover
The uncertainty surrounding settlement is deeply affecting the mental health of Afghan refugees in the UK, say London Met researchers, and costing British taxpayers millions weekly.
A populist PM and a constitutional crisis
Dr Peter Laugharne reflects on the end of Boris Johnson's time as Prime Minister and the parallels with David Lloyd George, another populist who was mired in scandal.
The Caretaker Prime Minister
Professor Andrew Moran, Head of Criminology, Sociology, Politics and International Relations at London Met explores Boris Johnson's next steps.
"We invite you to die" - London Met Professor explores Russian 'necropolitics'
In a new op-ed, Svetlana Stephenson, Professor of Sociology at London Met, sheds new light on the political rhetoric behind Russia’s 'special operation' in Ukraine.
Scandals and Stagflation – An uncomfortable mix
Even Karl Marx did not anticipate the divide that exists now between the wealthy elite and the rest, argues Professor Andrew Moran.
Chaos at Kabul Airport: Lessons must be learned
Professor Louise Ryan, Dr Maria Lopez and Alessia Dalceggio from the Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre discuss the failures of the evacuation mission last year.