About the institution
London Met is home to a diverse community of inspiring and determined learners, teachers and innovative thinkers. With 146 nationalities at the University you’ll be learning amongst a diverse range of students in a positive, inclusive community.
Some of the impressive facilities at London Met include the world’s largest interactive digital whiteboard installation the Nureva Wallspan, a £30 million Science Centre, a TV studio, mock courtroom, Bloomberg terminal, recording studio and specialist art and design workshops.
To ensure you’re prepared for student life and beyond, the University provides advice on funding, accommodation and careers. London Met understands that university study is a big commitment, which is why they support you from your first enquiry right through to the start of your life as a student.
Courses and subject guides
Interested in studying at London Met? See the courses and modules on offer at London Metropolitan University on their website.
You may also be interested in exploring our degree subject guides.