About London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University was formed on 1 August 2002 by the merger of London Guildhall University and the University of North London. In October 2006 the University opened a new Science Centre as part of a £30m investment in its science department at the North campus close to Holloway Road, with a “Super Lab” claimed to be one of Europe’s most advanced science teaching facilities,and 280 workstations equipped with digital audio visual interactive equipment.

Why London Metropolitan University

An excellent location
Our two campuses are in the heart of London – which has been ranked the best city in the world for University students (QS higher education group, 2018). Studying in London has many benefits, with its abundance of museums, galleries, theatres, shops and restaurants to choose from. In addition to the incredible social and cultural opportunities the capital offers, you will also be on the doorstep of some of the most successful businesses in your field, many of which have opened their doors to our students as part of our work-related learning module.

Teaching excellence
Our dedicated lecturers come from all over the world and many of them contribute to governmental policy, the media and international debate within their fields. Among them are eminent scientists engaged in groundbreaking research, award-winning architects and acclaimed authors. By studying at London Met you’ll also have access to industry experts who visit the University as guest speakers,giving our students an insight into their professional worlds.

Outstanding employability opportunities
We put employability at the heart of our courses – 96.7% of our students are in further study or work within 6 months of graduating. Our innovative work-related learning modules will help you gain work experience during your studies and provide you with the skills and experience employers are looking for. For budding entrepreneurs there’s also our business incubator, Accelerator, which can give you all the help you need to set up your own business.

Career prospects
Our graduates have gone on to work at a huge number of high-profile organisations including:

• Alexander McQueen
• the Bank of England
• the BBC
• British Airways
• Coca Cola
• Google
• the Ministry of Justice
• Tesla Motors
• the United Nations

A few facts…
• A number of our courses across UG and PG have received 100% students satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey in 2019
• Our Art courses are ranked 7th in the UK (The Guardian League Table 2020)
• Our Economics course is ranked 15th in the UK (The Guardian League Table 2020) and 2nd in Central London

Our alumni include the current Mayor of London - Sadiq Khan

Scholarships for September 2020

- International Excellence Scholarship: Postgraduate applicants only, £2,500 off the tuition fees, must apply as offer holders, it is based on academic merit; available for September 2020

- £500 to £1,000 tuition fee discount per year for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students from Latin America (based on academic merit)

- The Sir John Cass international scholarship: £3,000 off the tuition fees off the first year only for Undergraduate students who hold an offer to study at the Sir John Cass school of art, design and architecture; students must submit a personal statement; based on academic merit

- 20% alumni discount for any London Met graduates who want to continue their studies with us

Locactions and addresses:

Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Address: 166–220 Holloway Road
London, N7 8DB
Founded in: 2002 (origins from 1848)
Establishment: University.
Institution type: Public University.
Total number of students: 14,085 (2014/15)
Type of accommodation: Off Campus.
Contact WhatsApp: (+44) 7956253150

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