Studying technology and computing at London Metropolitan University

Prepare for a career in the City’s vast and growing IT sector. You could become a programmer, analyst, manager, software, hardware or network specialist, or a cyber security professional. Many of our courses are accredited by leading industry bodies and offer work placement opportunities in corporate environments. Career opportunities also extend to the financial, industrial, defence, education, leisure and service sectors, ranging from the administrative to the highly technical.

London Met has its own Cyber Security Research Centre, which provides a space for researchers, students and industry experts to develop new approaches and best practice. Members of the Centre include Lloyds Banking Group, Cisco and Oracle, with other collaborators including the National Crime Agency, the Metropolitan Police Service and the British Computer Society.

“My lecturers would always spend extra time on teaching and explaining new learning materials, and I found the University careers service extremely useful. My advice to all London Met students is to stay motivated, work hard and the University is there to help you with the rest!”

Sofiya Kiradzhiyska – Computing BSc graduate, now a Senior Test Analyst who has worked at companies including SimCorp, Lloyds Banking Group and the Bank of England

Our undergraduate technology and computing courses

News and success stories from our technology and computing courses