- Make London your second home while living and studying at centrally-located London Met. Hop on the Tube at the Holloway Road station, conveniently located near campus, and all of London is accessible!
- Take classes in biomedical sciences, business, health, journalism, psychology, and so much more!
- Voted as one of the best universities in the U.K. for teaching quality, faculty at London Met focus on providing real-world skills and practical knowledge to prepare students for success in the workforce. Outside of class, you’ll feel welcome and accepted as a member of this diverse campus.
- Nothing can beat the location of London Met! Watch Arsenal at the nearby Emirates Stadium, stop in for a pint at one of the many nearby pubs, go sightseeing along the Thames, soak in art and history at one of the world-class museums, or see a live music or theatre performance!
Live and study in the heart of London as part of a diverse and multicultural student body! Spread across three campuses, you’ll love attending classes in the fashionable shopping district of Holloway Road in the central London borough of Islington, in Shoreditch in London’s vibrant East End, or in the historic “City of London,” now the base of London’s financial district. With excellent public transportation and lively, walkable city streets, it’s easy to explore London’s many activities! Academically, London Met’s practical course offerings are focused on employability and are the perfect way to gain skills needed after graduation.
Gain insight into your future career field during a 6-week, 70-hour, credit bearing professional experience. Available for most fields of study, London Met staff will find an appropriate placement and prepare you to tackle a work-based challenge. A concurrent class provides opportunities for group work, preparation, and reflection on the experience. (Additional fee required)
What We Love About London Met
Lots of universities claim to be diverse, but London Met truly is! It’s a great spot for students from all backgrounds, including non-traditional (mature) students. More than 50% of students come from an under-represented background, and over 80% identify as adult (non-traditional) learners.
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You can meet with the ISEP Coordinator at your home campus or speak with an ISEP Student Services Officer, who will guide you through the application process, pre-departure, your time abroad, and your return. To connect with ISEP, visit our website.