London Metropolitan University

Why London Metropolitan University?

Studying at London Metropolitan University enables students to do something they love. So, whether it is becoming a computer engineer, artist or entrepreneur, employability is at the heart of the curriculum to help students get that dream job on graduation. London Met is proud that courses have received top marks from the UK’s Quality Assurance Agency and many of the courses are accredited by a wide range of professional bodies ensuring students’ qualification carries extra weight. The university also helps students find placements, work experience and voluntary opportunities across a wide variety of organisations to make them even more employable.

Located in one of the world's most exciting cities in vibrant areas such as the East End, City of London and leafy north London, London Met is a fantastic place to study. The university has an international and socially diverse community, with a wide range of societies, sports and activities to get involved in.

London Metropolitan University has a rich history with strong educational roots dating back to 1848 with the establishment of the Metropolitan Evening Classes for Young Men. The university as it is today was created in 2002 with the merging of London Guildhall University and the University of North London. London Met is a modern cosmopolitan university with a strong reputation for widening access into education.

International Students

London Metropolitan University offers an international study experience in central London.

London Met is proud of its support services, designed to ensure that students receive all the help they need during their time at the university. These services include advice on accommodation, funding, disabilities and dyslexia, study planning, and careers.

There are several funding options for overseas students to help them pay for their studies. London Met also offers a dedicated International Student Advice service to help international students with things such as visas and settling into their study environment.

London Met puts their students first and offers their students a five-star promise aiming to provide them with opportunities that ensure they get the most out of their London Met experience. Whether students want to gain employability skills or make sure their voice is heard on their course, London Met’s goal is to give them every chance to plan ahead and progress professionally alongside their studies.

What Students Say:

Faculty of Business and Law MBA alumnus Sujit Nair from India has recently been recognised internationally for playing a major role in promoting trade and investment between the UK and southern India.

On graduation, Sujit went on to co-establish the British South India Chamber of Commerce. He has now been named among the ‘99 Most Influential Foreign Policy Leaders Under 33’ by Washington DC-based Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and global affairs magazine Diplomatic Courier, 2013.

“It feels great to be recognised,” said Sujit, who grew up in Bangalore, India. “We have worked closely with UK Trade and Investment and other related organisations to enhance trade connections, and we have provided a platform for companies and businessmen who wish to become part of the South India-UK trade community.

This work has had a major impact on the foreign policies of both India and the UK, and Sujit is proud to be recognised for his contribution at such a young age.

Sujit Nair, Faculty of Business and Law MBA alumnus from India

Quick Facts

  • 13,000 students
  • Nearly 600 academic staff
  • More than 100 postgraduate courses and 120 undergraduate courses
  • The university's graduate centre was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind

Contact

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Admissions Office, 166 - 220 Holloway Road, City, N7 8DB

Student Testimonials

Faculty of Business and Law MBA alumnus Sujit Nair from India has recently been recognised internationally for playing a major role in promoting trade and investment between the UK and southern India.

On graduation, Sujit went on to co-establish the British South India Chamber of Commerce. He has now been named among the ‘99 Most Influential Foreign Policy Leaders Under 33’ by Washington DC-based Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and global affairs magazine Diplomatic Courier, 2013.

“It feels great to be recognised,” said Sujit, who grew up in Bangalore, India. “We have worked closely with UK Trade and Investment and other related organisations to enhance trade connections, and we have provided a platform for companies and businessmen who wish to become part of the South India-UK trade community.

This work has had a major impact on the foreign policies of both India and the UK, and Sujit is proud to be recognised for his contribution at such a young age.