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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