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
Community Development and Leadership (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
Our Community Development and Leadership (including a foundation year) BSc is a four-year course that is perfect if don't meet the requirements to enter the standard degree.
Community Development and Leadership - BSc (Hons)
This course is validated by the Endorsement and Quality Standards Board for Community Development and the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Diplomacy and International Relations - BA (Hons)
Explore contemporary diplomacy against the changing nature of world politics in this highly innovative course. Lecturers with nationally recognised expertise guide you through issues of international terrorism, climate change and violent conflict, and introduce you to the practices of a variety of international actors including Greenpeace, the United Nations, and even celebrities and private individuals.
Health and Social Care (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This degree is designed for those who want to progress their career in health and social care, but don't meet the entry requirements for the undergraduate course.
Health and Social Care (Top-up) - BSc (Hons)
Our Health and Social Care (Top-up) BSc degree is aligned to the standards specified by Skills for Health (the Skills Council for the NHS) so, once you've successfully completed the course, you'll be able to demonstrate to employers your advanced skills which conform to the National Occupational Standards.
Health and Social Care - BSc (Hons)
Our degree is designed to help you develop the confidence, knowledge and skills required for a professional career in the health and social care sector.
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 power, race, gender and poverty on our International Relations BA degree at London Met. Explore the history of social movements such as #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter.
International Relations and Law - BA (Hons)
Explore how law and international relations interrelate and how to use your legal knowledge in an international, diplomatic and political context.
International Relations and Politics - BA (Hons)
Explore key issues of race, gender, sexuality, power and poverty alongside topical global politics. You can also study social movements such as #BlackLivesMatter and the Stonewall riots.
International Relations with Languages - BA (Hons)
This topical degree course allows you to specialise in two disciplines, providing you with a greater career choice and a range of highly transferable skills.
Politics (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This degree is designed for those who are passionate about the study of politics but don't hold the necessary requirements to enter the three-year undergraduate degree.
Politics - BA (Hons)
Study topical politics from around the world, including Trumpism, Brexit or the role of China in global politics. You can also explore political spin and propaganda in the media.
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)
Our Social Work BSc offers entry into a profession that has its history rooted in the principles of equality and social justice.
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 one of the most culturally diverse and socially complex cities in the world, you'll be introduced to ideas on globalisation, social inequality, identity, and ethnicity and race.
Youth Studies (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This course in youth studies will give you the opportunity to enter an undergraduate degree if you don't have the necessary requirements to enter the traditional three-year course.
News and success stories from our public, social care and third sector courses
Independent study aims to increase power, impact, and effectiveness of Senedd Committees
A new report by London Met's Professor Diana Stirbu explores the role of Senedd Committees to improve how they work for the people of Wales.
New Turkey’s new diasporic constellations
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Dr A Erdi Ozturk, has published a new policy report on Turkish diasporas, as well as a review of President Erdogan's new book.
Expanding the role of pharmacists in general practice
A new editorial co-authored by London Met Professor of Applied Health Research, Duncan Stewart, explores the potential of Structured Medication Reviews (SMR).
Domestic politics and foreign policies
London Met's Dr Angelos Chryssogelos will discuss whether European foreign policy populism is all that different, at a British International Studies Association conference on 23 June.
London Met academic elected chair of the Board of Trustees of the British Sociological Association
Professor Louise Ryan will serve as chair of the largest sociological network in the UK for a two-year term.
New Turkey's new diasporas
A one-day workshop, open to all, will explore Turkey’s authoritarian turn under the Erdogan regime.
Bridging the gap between the military and the diplomatic world
Captain John Foreman, UK Defence Attaché in the British Embassy in Moscow, spoke to students in Politics and International Relations about Russian policy and international diplomacy.
Exploring migrants' experiences of ageing
A new research paper from London Met and the University of Sheffield looks into the challenges that migrants face with regard to ageing.
Elections 2021: Will the goddess Fortuna smile upon Mr. Johnson again?
Dr Peter Laugharne, Senior Lecturer in Politics & International Relations on the significance of the vote on 6 May, which will be the first public test of Labour leader Keir Starmer.
How can we respond to the challenges of homelessness?
A recent conference at London Met explored the causes and consequences of homelessness, and how it has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Is there a populist foreign policy?
A new paper from Dr Angelos Chryssogelos focuses on the broader approaches that populists take to questions of foreign policy beyond Europe and in their attitudes to Atlanticism.
Angels of Mercy
Professor Louise Ryan featured on a podcast exploring the story of the women who left Ireland to train and work as nurses in England.
Pontins and 'No Irish Need Apply': the prejudice that refuses to die
Professor Louise Ryan and Professor Don MacRaild explore the enduring anti-Irish prejudice in Britain following the reveal that holiday firm Pontins holds a blacklist of Irish surnames.
London Met academic helps secure compensation for thousands of abuse survivors
As many as 2000 individuals who were abused in the care of Islington Council could receive compensation, following the work of the Islington Survivors Network.