London Metropolitan University
Based in one of the world’s most exciting capital cities, London Met is home to a diverse community of inspiring and determined learners, teachers and innovative thinkers. Our focus on employment means that you will study the subject you love while gaining valuable skills and experience to take with you into the working world.
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.
At London Met we put our students at the centre of all we do. We can help you with accommodation, funding and general career advice. We also offer disability and dyslexia support and an on-site counselling service. Our support services are designed to ensure that you receive all the guidance you can during your time with us.
We hope you enjoy our activities. We will be adding more over the next few weeks but please feel free to contact us meanwhile if you have any questions.
Art and Design Club taster activities
Are you a budding artist or designer? We have a range of workshops for you to develop your skills and explore art and design subjects at uni.
Writing and Talking Club activities
Are you interested in improving your writing or speaking skills? Join members of our Writing and Talking Club and explore the craft, the power and the possibility of words.
Campus tours of London Met
Want to look around a uni but not sure where to start? These short videos give you a sneak peek behind the scenes at London Met from the comfort of your own home!
Chat to a current student!
Want to know what uni is really like? Chat online with one of our friendly student ambassadors and find out more!
Introduction to our Disabilities and Dyslexia service
A short video about the support we offer to students who have a disability, a Specific Learning Difficulty or long term health and mental health conditions
Information for teachers and careers advisers
Our WP and Outreach Team has a wide range of workshops and materials available to teachers and advisers on pathways to Higher Education, careers and subject-specific activities. We are also happy to develop bespoke activities with you.