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London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University


Because you’ve invested in us, it’s only right that we go the extra mile to invest in you. We’ve created state-of-the-art teaching, social and professional spaces, and we also offer fantastic learning resources including libraries at each of our campuses, and access to a wealth of electronic resources.


High-flying legal trainees...

Our mock courtroom, complete with dock, witness box and public gallery, will familiarise you with the courtroom environment, explain the processes and aid your presentation skills – all of which helped London Met law student Iwona Boesche win the prestigious Lady Oliver Mooting Cup in 2014.

Aspiring journalists...

Our Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities houses a £100,000 newsroom, which was unveiled by The Guardian’s former editor, Alan Rusbridger. There are 40 computers equipped with the latest design software, large-screen TVs and a mobile TriCaster as well as interpreting and multi-media suites. Those with a passion for news-reporting can get to grips with the inner workings of a studio at London Met’s very own student radio station, Verve.

Astute economists and bankers...

The University’s Bloomberg information terminals deliver a huge database of company information, news, real-time financial instrument prices and valuation analytics. We also offer access to Bankscope, one of the world’s most important banking information sources.

Studious scientists...

Our £30 million Science Centre is one of the largest laboratories in Europe, featuring 280 work stations, and specialist labs for tissue culture research and microbiology; a Category 3 laboratory suite for research on airborne viruses; and a nuclear magnetic resonance room. The Centre also features sports therapy study facilities, nutritional physiology labs, phlebotomy labs and more.

Future-focused IT specialists...

If you study at the School of Computing, you’ll have access to a number of exciting labs including the Gamelab Studio, complete with programmable games machines connected to PCs; some of the most advanced Cisco labs in London; and a mobile applications lab with software that allows you to build apps for multi-platform smartphones. Through our World of Work Agency, our top IT, digital and multimedia students work on real, paid projects, such as developing new websites and animations. Top clients include TimesOnline, Comic Relief and EMI Records.

Inspired artists...

The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass) is equipped with a range of specialist facilities, such as darkrooms; wood, metal and plastic workshops; and Metropolitan Works – a digital manufacturing centre. There’s also a recording studio, where media and music students work on live projects for external clients and our in-house TV station, Cass TV.

London Metropolitan University

166-220 Holloway Road


N7 8DB


Admissions and Enquiries: 
+44 (0)20 7133 4200