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.
We have our 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.
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Our undergraduate technology and computing courses
Business Computer Systems (Top Up) - BSc (Hons)
This is a fast-track route to a degree if you already hold a Higher National Diploma or have completed a foundation year in computing or a similar subject, with built-in opportunities for work placements.
Computer Networking and Cyber Security (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This four-year degree provides an alternative route into higher education if you don't have the necessary qualifications to start an undergraduate degree in computer networking.
Computer Networking and Cyber Security - BSc (Hons)
If you want to learn how to prevent and detect cyber security breaches from hacking and fraud, then our Computer Networking and Cyber Security BSc (Hons) degree is the course for you.
Computer Networking and Infrastructure Security (including foundation year) - BEng (Hons)
This degree has a built-in foundation year, designed to teach you the fundamental principles of computing which will prepare you for study at undergraduate level.
Computer Networking and Infrastructure Security - BEng (Hons)
This cutting-edge, career-focused course will provide you with the key skills, knowledge and experience needed to succeed in the networking and security industry.
Computer Science (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This four-year course has a built-in foundation year, ideal if you don't have the traditional qualifications needed to start an undergraduate degree in computing.
Computer Science - BSc (Hons)
This course combines knowledge-based learning with hands-on projects and work experience opportunities, to give you all the skills and technical understanding you need for an IT-focused career.
Computer Systems Engineering and Robotics (including foundation year) - BEng (Hons)
This four-year degree that includes a built-in foundation year is ideal if you can't meet the entry requirements for a standard three-year degree in this field.
Computer Systems Engineering and Robotics - BEng (Hons)
Addressing the skills-shortage in the area of intelligent hardware/software systems and applied robotics, this career-focused course aims to equip you with the key skills needed to succeed as a well-rounded professional who is ready to work in cutting-edge computing and engineering sectors.
Computing (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This course is an alternative route into an undergraduate degree in computing, ideal if you can't meet the necessary requirements to enter the standard three-year degree.
Computing - BSc (Hons)
Our 'earn while you learn' philosophy gives you a distinct advantage with this professional computing degree - there are opportunities for placements in industry while you study.
Cyber Security and Forensic Computing (Top-up) - BSc (Hons)
The Cyber Security and Forensic Computing (Top-up) BSc is an inclusive course that has a strong focus on cyber security and forensic investigation, expanding on the career led BSc programme. You will have the opportunity to develop skills in cyber security technology, which will lead to an undergraduate degree completion and an entry into the professional world that it brings.
Digital Forensics and Cyber Security (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This four-year degree with a built-in foundation year, provides a route into higher education if you don't meet the entry requirements for an undergraduate degree.
Digital Forensics and Cyber Security - BSc (Hons)
Learn how to stop hackers, prevent internet fraud and troubleshoot security issues on the latest gadgets on this intensive course.
Electronics and Internet of Things (including foundation year) - BEng (Hons)
This course is ideal if you'd like to study an undergraduate degree but can't meet the requirements to enter our standard three-year degree.
Electronics and Internet of Things - BEng (Hons)
This career-focused course is designed to help you kick-start your career in a range of industrial sectors such as aeronautics, automotive, defence, smart phones, telecommunication, medical devices and railway systems.
Games Programming (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
Our degree has a built-in foundation year, designed to equip you with the key principles of programming, mathematics and physics for game development.
Games Programming - BSc (Hons)
Our Games Programming BSc degree will enable you to develop the specialist knowledge and key skills needed to join this thriving industry. You'll be joining a supportive and friendly community of highly motivated games students who work hard to achieve their goals.
News and success stories from our technology and computing courses
Computer Systems Engineering grad recognised for outstanding engineering talent
Computer Systems Engineering graduate Geza Tankovics has been awarded a prize by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Designing a data ingestion pipeline to empower London
Data Analytics MSc students Stephanie Healy Fabrega and Indrajitrakuraj Ravi have been employed on a research project.
"A great opportunity to prepare for similar roles in the future"
Two students have been hired to work alongside London Met lecturer Sandra Fernando on a major data analysis project, giving them real-life work experience alongside their degrees.
Using mathematical modelling to predict behaviour among Computing students
A new research project will see a London Met student work with academics on data analysis across the Computing departments of higher education institutions.
Quantum computing with microwaves
A free webinar with Google's Professor Joseph Bardin will explore the fundamentals and future of microwaves in quantum computing, and which challenges still need to be overcome.
London Met to develop new Digital Forensics Laboratory
Cyber Security student Dipo Dunsin has been hired to advance the project as part of London Met's commitment to providing students with valuable work experience for their future careers.
Exploring academic careers with the Stemettes
London Met's Dr Preeti Patel, Head of Computer Science and Applied Computing, spoke to women and girls about STEM careers in academia.
"London Met's approach is vital," says ex-Cisco and current Palo Alto engineer
Alexander Duncan now works as a Global Systems Engineer at Palo Alto.
Think Make Play
The creative technology work by the School of Computing and Digital Media's Class of 2020 is presented in an online showcase.
'Absorbing the ideas of my father made me who I am today'
New graduate Ewan Thomas remembers the lessons he learned from his father Henry, former Deputy Chair of Governors of London Met, who had a huge impact on the University.
Computer Science and IT courses receive professional accreditation from British Computer Society
The prestigious accreditation scheme means the qualifications gained by London Met graduates are recognised by the computing industry for their high quality and rigorous standards.
Computer and electronics courses accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology
After an extensive process, three courses have been awarded Institution of Engineering and Technology accreditation.
Groundbreaking European cybersecurity project celebrates its first anniversary
Professor Kazemian and the Intelligent Systems Research Centre are part of a €5 million EU-funded Horizon 2020 project which is helping law enforcement agencies stop cybercriminals.
New MSc launched to place graduates at the forefront of a technological revolution
Innovative Masters in Artificial Intelligence introduced in response to the growing demand for skilled graduates