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Students deliver to Standard Chartered Bank

A group of students were invited to deliver their presentations to representatives from the Standard Chartered Bank.

48 hours to win the girl

London Met lecturer writes new fiction book exploring the themes of youth, identity, friendship and love.

Food Matters for London Met

London Met students share their expertise with hundreds of food sector companies and organisations.

RIBA success for Architecture students

Three students have won awards at the prestigious RIBA President’s Medals 2016 for their innovative work in architecture.

From Congress to Campus

Over 500 A-Level students attended the conference which Dr Andrew Moran was invited to speak at.

Interpreting the UN

Five students visited Vienna for United Nations training ahead of Chief Interpreter’s visit to London Met.

A warm welcome to our third cohort of interns

Since 2014, graduate interns have joined London Met to learn employment skills in a real-life workplace.

Redefining theatre with The Living Theatre

The Living Theatre, one of the world's longest running experimental theatre companies, visited London Met to deliver a two-day workshop and lecture.

#AskAlumni

A new online Q&A session is set to launch where anyone can ask a member of London Met’s Alumni any question.

Ground-breaking research book launches at London Met

13 December at 6pm

New book on youth, religion and politics in London will launch at the University next month.

Tackling the challenges of interpreter-assisted police interviews

Graduate’s research on the challenges of interpreters being present in police interviews has been published in the National Police Library.

Race for the Front Row

Former Front Row Rugby Union player will deliver a guest lecture at London Met this week.

Quintuple success for London Met

The University scooped up five sustainability awards this week.

Associate Professor recognised as Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Dr Nirmala Lee is now one of four senior academics at London Met who have this recognition.

Hacking the Silence

Hannah Thompson celebrates the end of her sound art residency at Senate House Library with a live performance.

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Applying to London Met

Applying to London Met

Funding, entry requirements and how to apply

Find all the information you need to apply for a place at London Metropolitan University. This includes entry requirements, the application process and course funding options.

Why London Met?

Discover London Met

There are loads of ways to get involved with university life at London Met; after all, it’s not all about studying and exams.

Funding your studies

Bursaries grants and discounts

We strive to keep University education affordable by supporting our students with a range of bursaries, scholarships and fee reductions.

Accommodation

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Starting university and living in a major city like London is an exciting prospect. We'll help you find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live.

International students

Study in the best city in the world

London is a global city and London Met is a global university. Our partnerships and courses are designed to ensure our graduates are highly employable in job markets around the world.

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