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- Semester (Study Abroad/Freemover)
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London Met provides you with dynamic and vocational courses focused on employability in some of the most exciting areas of London. We help you become a student in London. Our study counselling is free of charge.
What can I study at London Met?
London Met offers courses and degrees within all areas. These are just a few examples:
- Accounting and Finance
- Advertising, Marketing Communications and Public Relations
- Airline, Airport and Aviation Management
- Architecture and Interior Design
- Art & Design
- Biological Science
- Biomedical Science
- Business Economics
- Business Law
- Business Management & Marketing
- Criminology & Law,
- Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation
- Creative Writing and English Literature
- Counselling and Coaching
- Community Development
- Dietetics and Nutrition
- Design Studio Practice
- Digital Media
- Diplomacy and International Relations
- Education and Social Policy
- Events Management
- Film and TV studies
- Fashion Photography
- Fashion Marketing and Journalism
- Fashion and Textiles
- Fashion Accessories and Jewellery
- Furniture and Product Design
- Graphic Design
- Games Animation
- Human nutrition
- International Business Management
- International Relations with Languages
- Media & Communications
- Media & Marketing
- Medical Bioscience
- Montessori Early Childhood Practice
- Music Business
- Music Technology & Production
- Tourism and Travel Management
- Theatre and Performance Practice
- Theatre and Film Production Design
- Youth Justice
- ...and much, much more.
Who can study at London Met?
If you have completed an Upper Secondary Education with satisfactory results, you are eligible to apply to London Met. Studies at London Met are for those who:
- take a gap year and want to try to live in London - study for a semester or two and take courses of your interest
- are already enrolled in a university in your home country and want to study a semester or two in London and transfer the ECTS-points to your education at home (also called Study Abroad/Freemover)
- dream of studying an entire Degree at London Met e.g. your Bachelor or Master
- want to study their Ph.d. in London
Good reasons to study at London Metropolitan University
- London Met has an urban location in one of the world's most exciting cities
- They focus on work experience and employability; shaping your career
- You receive help and support during your studies at London Metropolitan University
- You will have a multi-ethnic study environment
- You will receive dynamic and vocational courses
- First-rate teaching at three campus facilities (Holloway, Aldgate, Moorgate)
London Metropolitan University academic reputation and awards
London Metropolitan University is the highest ranked university in the UK founded in or after the year 2000, according to the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.
A number of the courses have received 100% student satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey.
Campuses at London Met
London Met has three campuses: Aldgate in East London, Moorgate in the City Centre of London and Holloway in North London:
- The Aldgate Hub is where the art, architecture, media and design courses are taught. Aldgate is only minutes away from vibrant Brick Lane; home to a long stretch of curry houses, vintage clothing stores, cheap bars, market stalls and eclectic art.
- The Holloway Hub is where science, computing, social sciences and humanities courses are taught. The buildings are next to the famous Emirates Stadium, home to Britain’s premiership football team Arsenal.
- Situated in the heart of the City, Moorgate campus houses the Business School. Students at Moorgate get to experience an exciting part of the capital in which skyscrapers overlook London’s creative district.
London Met offers many learning resources including libraries at each of the hubs and access to a wealth of electronic resources. The facilities at London Met are designed to make students industry ready. These include a mock Courtroom, Newsroom, Trading Room and a £30 million Science Centre.
Accommodation at London Met
The University's Accommodation Bureau understands that finding a place to stay is a particularly important issue for those students coming to London from overseas and aims to provide help and support in finding an appropriate place to stay for all London Met students.
London Met does not have its own halls of residence, but can advise students on the many providers of student accommodation in London. The University has access to rooms in a number of different halls close to all university buildings. The halls offer a range of facilities for students to choose between.
Key statistics about London Met
- More than 10.000 UK-based Higher Education Students
- More than 4,000 international students
- More than 146 distinct nationalities are represented at London Met
- 2,400 academic and non-academic staff
- Academic calendar (intake months): January and September
Apply to London Metropolitan University
Since London Metropolitan University has continuous/rolling admission with semester start in September and January we recommend that you send your application as soon as possible.
London Metropolitan University requires an average level of academic performance and they will evaluate your application in relation to your past and current studies, your grades and the courses that you are currently enrolled in.
The University will consider English language qualifications equivalent to:
- Foundation: IELTS 5.0 (min/subject to programme)
- Bachelors: IELTS 6.0 (min/subject to programme)
- Masters : IELTS 6.0 (min/subject to programme)
If you are applying for a bachelor degree or 1-2 semesters study abroad, London Metropolitan University can consider English grades from Upper Secondary School. If you are applying for a master degree, London Metropolitan University can consider subjects that were taught in English as part of your bachelor degree. If sufficient grades have been achieved, the English requirement might be waived.