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London Metropolitan University

Based in England’s historic capital city, London Metropolitan University has a rich history of education with its roots dating back to 1848. Taking its current form following a merger of two well-renowned universities in 2002, it offers a wide range of courses across two London campuses.

The Aldgate campus is home to the university’s architecture, art and design courses, with all other subjects being taught at the Islington campus (opposite Holloway road tube station). This campus in north London has developed into a modern, progressive learning centre and over the last 100 years has developed a strong reputation for widening access to education for those around the world.

Students studying at London Met will receive excellent specialised tuition, offering a wide number of high-quality courses covering various subject areas. This is underpinned by the expertise of experienced academic staff and access to world-class resources. Those studying at the university also have access to all communal spaces including libraries, cafes and eateries. There are also superb links to businesses and the six distinct schools at London Met link into various sectors and harness research opportunities for staff and students alike helping to create an engaging and diverse learning experience.

London is an exciting and culturally diverse city with immense opportunities in terms of work, education and social life, making it a popular a destination for international students. London Met boasts an active and involved population of international students, and offers advice and assistance with accommodation, funding and careers, as well as academic and wellbeing support.



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Programs

Bachelor's degree
Art & Design Delivery method Length Location
Art and Design (Including Foundation Year) BA Hons (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Architecture
Architecture (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Architecture BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Architecture BA (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Interior Architecture and Design (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Interior Architecture and Design (Top-up) BA (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Interior Architecture and Design (With Preparatory Semester) (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Interior Architecture and Design BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Arts Management
Fashion Marketing and Business Management BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fashion Marketing and Journalism (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Fashion Marketing and Journalism BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fashion Design
Fashion (Including Foundation Year) BA (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Fashion (Top-up) BA (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Fashion BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fashion Photography (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Fashion Photography (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Fashion Photography BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fashion Textiles (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Fashion Textiles BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fine Art
Fine Art (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Fine Art BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Fine Art BA (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Illustration and Animation (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Illustration and Animation (With Preparatory Semester) (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Illustration and Animation BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Illustration and Animation BA (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Graphic Design
Graphic Design (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Graphic Design (With Preparatory Semester) (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Graphic Design BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Graphic Design BA (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Industrial Design
Furniture and Product Design BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Interior Design
Interior Design (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Interior Design (With Preparatory Semester) (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Interior Design and Decoration (Including Foundation Year) BA (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London
Interior Design and Decoration (Top-up) BA (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Interior Design and Decoration BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Interior Design BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Interior Design BA (Top-up) (Full-time) On campus 1 year London
Performing Arts
Music Business BA (Full-time) On campus 3 years London
Music Technology and Production (Including Foundation Year) BSc (Hons) (Full-time) On campus 4 years London

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Scholarships & funding

EU Transition Scholarships (2021-2022)

Our EU Transition Scholarship will automatically be applied to eligible EU students with overseas fee status starting a degree with us in September 2021. This scholarship includes a tuition fee reduction for the duration of your studies and is applicable to both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Find out more information on our website.

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Events

London Met: Life outside the classroom

Join us on Friday 4 June from 3pm to build the confidence you need to begin your London Met journey. This event is the perfect opportunity to get top tips on how to prepare for university and how to look after your wellbeing whilst you’re there.

During this event you’ll be able to chat to current students to find out what it’s really like to study and live in London and hear their student experiences first-hand.

Our student services teams will also be on hand to answer any questions you might have about funding your studies, finding accommodation and the application process.

Book your place now, we can’t wait to meet you!

Event dates:

Date:   6/4/2021    Time:   3:00 PM - 5:00 PM   Learn more

Postgraduate Study Guide

Join us on Tuesday 15 June from 5.15pm to find out how you can take your next steps at London Met. This event is the perfect opportunity to discover everything you need to know about postgraduate life at London Met from applying to study with us and funding your studies, to exploring our academic and research community.

After the presentation, you’ll be able to speak to some of our current postgraduate students, find out what it’s really like to study and live in London and hear their experiences of transitioning from undergraduate to postgraduate study.

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Event dates:

Date:   6/15/2021    Time:   5:15 PM - 6:15 PM   Learn more

Health Protection: Principles and Practice

Experience a taste of postgraduate study with our London Met Lab: Empowering London lecture series. During these sessions you’ll be able to participate in a taster lecture delivered by one of our postgraduate academics and engage in a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.

Health Protection: Principles and Practice

Health protection is a key domain in public health and has been in the spotlight more than ever over the last 18 months.

Join Dr Justin Webb, course leader for our Public Health MSc, to explore some of the key health protection issues we’re facing today. During this interactive seminar you’ll be introduced to the importance of health protection in the field of public health.

Topics covered in this session include:

  • communicable disease control
  • emergency preparedness, resilience and response
  • environmental public health

This online session will begin at 4pm with a presentation and taster lecture. After that, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Dr Webb any questions and to participate in a group discussion on any of the key topics raised.

Event dates:

Date:   6/14/2021    Time:   4:00 PM - 4:30 PM   Learn more

Subject Matters: How architects solve problems beautifully

Experience a taste of undergraduate and postgraduate study with our Subject Matters lecture series. During these sessions you’ll take part in a taster lecture delivered by one of our current students on a topic related to their degree. After the lecture there’ll also be time for a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.

The modern world of architecture is challenging, complicated and beautiful. Working in a studio will see you face a variety of obstacles, including those concerning the environment and social issues. Such challenges result in creative thinking and innovation – you’ll often find that the more people that are involved in a problem means the more solutions that are brought to the table. Your thoughts and decisions become embedded in the architecture you create – and what you create changes the world around you.

This event will be of interest to prospective undergraduate students who are considering studying, or have a passion for, architecture.

This student-led session is hosted by Andrew, a second-year student on our Architecture BA (Hons) degree.

Event dates:

Date:   5/18/2021    Time:   1:00 PM - 2:00 PM   Learn more

Subject Matters: How economics predicts the future and analyses the past

Experience a taste of undergraduate and postgraduate study with our Subject Matters lecture series. During these sessions you’ll take part in a taster lecture delivered by one of our current students on a topic related to their degree. After the lecture there’ll also be time for a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.

Economics has the power to understand the past and forecast the future. Join Economics BSc student, Victor, to answer the following:

  • How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect the labour market?
  • Why has Bitcoin become so popular recently?
  • If people had real information of how Brexit would affect their lives, would this have changed their decision?

This student-led session will explore these topics, plus you’ll be able to take part in a lively discussion on the issues raised. If you’re interested in studying economics but aren’t sure how you’ll use it in day-to-day life, this lecture is perfect for you.

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Event dates:

Date:   5/18/2021    Time:   5:15 PM - 6:15 PM   Learn more

Subject Matters: Sports therapy isn't just for athletes

Experience a taste of undergraduate and postgraduate study with our Subject Matters lecture series. During these sessions you’ll take part in a taster lecture delivered by one of our past students on a topic related to their degree. After the lecture there’ll also be time for a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.

Understanding the human body and mechanisms of injury has never been simple, however, through sports therapy you’re equipped with a variety of skills and knowledge to effectively evaluate, assess and treat injuries. But it doesn’t just stop there. A sports therapy degree isn’t just about injuries and treating them, but also about rehabilitation and education on the management and prevention of injury.

If you have plans of working in the professional sport industry, the NHS or you want to manage your own clinic, this session will be of interest to you. Join Amar, a graduate of our Sports Therapy MSc, in this lecture to find out how London Met will pave the way for you in achieving your goals.

This event will also be of interest to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students who are considering studying, or have a passion for, sports studies.

Book your place now, we can't wait to meet you!

Event dates:

Date:   6/3/2021    Time:   5:15 PM - 6:15 PM   Learn more

Subject Matters: The cause and effects of moral panics

Experience a taste of undergraduate and postgraduate study with our Subject Matters lecture series. During these sessions you’ll take part in a taster lecture delivered by one of our current students on a topic related to their degree. After the lecture there’ll also be time for a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.

Have you heard the term moral panic before but you’re not quite sure what it means? We’ll help give you a taste of what it involves – and what part the media plays in it – exploring issues like the lack of coverage on knife crime and how COVID-19’s been reported. Find out how it’s often connected with the values, safety and interests of particular communities and with society at large.

Join this lecture, hosted by Jasneth, a student on our Sociology and Social Policy BA (Hons), to discover how the media can cause moral panics – be prepared to have your preconceived ideas challenged and gain new perspectives.

This event will be of interest to prospective undergraduate students who are considering studying, or have a passion for, sociology.

Book your place now, we can't wait to meet you!

Event dates:

Date:   6/7/2021    Time:   5:30 PM - 6:30 PM   Learn more

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166-220 Holloway Road
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