Studying science at London Metropolitan University

These courses can prepare you for a career as a scientist, statistician or analyst in the fields of biochemical and pharmaceutical sciences, including emerging areas such as toxicology and cosmetic science.

You’ll be taught in our £30 million Science Centre – home to an incredible superlab, which has 280 individual workstations and is one of the largest and most advanced science teaching facilities in Europe. The centre offers exceptional teaching and research facilities, giving our students a cutting-edge experience of learning science.

Our graduates have gone on to work in a wide range of roles in organisations including NASA, pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline, research companies such as Mundipharma Research, as well as hospitals and public health laboratories.

You may also be interested in our degrees for aspiring health professionals.

"I’ve always had an interest in astrobiology but I had never met anyone who had research experience in the area. However, at London Met my lecturer, Dr Don Green, recognised my enthusiasm for the subject. I was introduced to a project which remains an important topic in Martian exploration and astrobiology. I will be pursuing this same project at NASA, and because I worked on this as an undergraduate, the supervisor there was enthusiastic about taking me on."

Berivan Esen – Chemistry BSc graduate, who earned an internship with NASA

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