London Metropolitan University has a rich history with strong educational roots dating back to 1848.The University as it is today was created in 2002 with the merging of London Guildhall University and the University of North London, the first merger between two universities in the UK.
Students studying in any of our schools have access to all our communal facilities (such as libraries, social spaces, cafés and eateries), and each school also has areas of expertise which might mean you use specialist resources as part of your course. Our schools have links to relevant businesses in sectors related to their specialist subject areas, and the schools are also hotbeds of research undertaken by University academics and PhD students.
Our high-quality research forms a core part of the life of London Met and underpins all that we do: whether teaching thousands of undergraduates, supervising several hundred students on PhD and Professional Doctorate programmes, conducting funded research or working with our many partners. London Met is home to a number of research centres, groups and units that provide a focal point for staff and research students. They give definition and direction to the work we do.
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Our school offices can help students access advice and guidance from staff.
Our school offices are the first place you should go with any questions or queries you may have about your studies or time at University.We have six school offices for each of our schools:
School offices will help you with the following:
It's important to find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live in a new city, so we're here to give you a comprehensive guide to student housing in London.
We aim to give you a comprehensive guide to student housing in London, including:
Our libraries have over 274,337 books, 59,922 e-books and 42,135 e-journals for you to use. As well as reading for study we have a popular reading-for-pleasure collection. Research shows that reading for pleasure can help student achievement. As a London Met student you'll be able to use our online catalogue to search or browse our collections.
At London Met we invest in you. The University boasts state-of-the art learning, library and IT facilities where you can hone your skills – from a mock courtroom, purpose-built art, design and recording studios to a £100,000 journalism newsroom and our £30 million Science Centre, which is one of the largest science teaching labs in Europe.
We currently have campuses located in Holloway and Aldgate.
At London Metropolitan University we have excellent facilities to help you keep active and get fit.
We run an extensive programme of fitness classes and have a modern gym with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment. Our sports facilities include a full-sized basketball court, complete with scoreboard, and a dance studio.
We offer a a range of generous membership deals – London Met students and staff currently benefit from free access to unlimited classes and the use of both gyms, and there are competitive annual packages available for alumni and members of the public who'd like to use our facilities.
Since I have started studying at London Metropolitan University, my experience appears to be excellent. The first year I enjoyed most the activity organized by the professors such as the visits to several embassies and conferences with members of the US Congress. Another important activity was the MUN ( Model United Nations ). In this activity students simulate a UN...
Faultless academic support, and tutors with outstanding subject knowledge. Much more professional and supportive than anything I have experienced before. Socially brilliant, location is lovely and the effort and support from staff and support staff throughout lockdown and the COVID situation has been second to none. With the university reacting well to the changing...
The teachers are nice but all the classes are in the evening and I did not really feel challenged in my degree. I also wasn't really supported by the careers office as an international student looking to break into non-profit. But everyone who works there is really nice and the faculty was really supportive during the pandemic.
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