London Met invests in you: from our purpose-built newsroom to our state-of-the-art superlab, we aim to create a stimulating and unique learning environment for our students. Our courses have received top marks from the UK's Quality Assurance Agency and many are accredited by a wide range of professional bodies. 

Top reasons to study here

  • London Met puts our students at the centre of all we do. We can help you with accommodation, funding, and general career advice.
  • We go the extra mile with our investment.
  • London Met puts students at the centre of all we do.

Distance Learning Courses

Business & Management (3)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Education & Training (1)
Engineering & Technology (1)
Journalism & Media (1)



London Met has been providing education in the heart of London since 1848. The Schools, Colleges and Widening Participation team continues the University's outreach work of over a century and a half, as part of the University's enduring commitment to social responsibility and social justice.


We support schools, colleges and adult learners through outreach activities and programmes that promote student aspirations, achievement and progression into Higher Education. London Met today is one of the most socially inclusive universities in the UK – 57% of our students are from black or minority ethnic communities, 48% are mature students and 98% are from state schools or colleges.


London Met has a vibrant research community and an active Postgraduate Research Student Society. Approximately 350 students are conducting research at London Met on either a full-time or part-time basis. You can undertake a research degree (PhD or MPhil) or professional doctorate at London Met and you'll find a list of our available research courses in this section. 


Our careers service will enable you to make informed choices about your career options, develop relevant skills and stand out in a competitive job market. IWe can help you to:

  • identify and explore career options, including opportunities for further study as well as full-time and part-time work
  • clarify your goals and support you to achieve them
  • develop awareness of your skills, qualities and motivations and advise on how you can articulate these in job applications and interviews
  • develop strategies to help you find part-time and full-time work, work experience, volunteering and graduate opportunities


Student services

We have student hubs at each of our three campuses to help you get advice and guidance from staff. They are the first place you should go with any questions or queries you may have about your studies or time at University.

The student hubs ensure you receive help tailored to you and they’re also a great place to get advice on our many services for students – from finance to careers.

Student hubs will help you with the following:

  • enrolment queries
  • academic queries
  • student loans and fees
  • appointments with specialist teams
  • module registration
  • ID cards
  • coursework submission, examination and assessment queries
  • University regulations
  • module choice and timetable queries

Housing services

The Accommodation Bureau provides information and advice on:

  • finding accommodation in external student halls of residence and hostels
  • searching for private rented accommodation (flatshares, whole flat and house rentals)
  • single semester and short stay accommodation, including homestay and hotels and B&Bs
  • living in private rented accommodation: guidance on rental contracts and flat sharing with other students
  • advice about summer accommodation
  • landlord services: opportunities for landlords and agents to advertise properties to our students

Library services

Our libraries have over 274,337 books, 59,922 e-books and 42,135 e-journals for you to use. As well as reading for study we have a popular reading-for-pleasure collection. Research shows that reading for pleasure can help student achievement. As a London Met student you'll be able to use our online catalogue to search or browse our collections. 

Student Life

Campus life

There are currently three different campuses at London Met. Please see the information below detailing which subject areas are taught at each campus. If you'd like to know where an individual course it taught please refer to the individual course webpage. Some of our courses are delivered by partner colleges. If your course is not delivered at London Met, please contact our enquiries team for advice.

Sports facilities

At London Metropolitan University we have excellent facilities to help you keep active and get fit.

We run an extensive programme of fitness classes and have a modern gym with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment. Our sports facilities include a full-sized basketball court, complete with scoreboard, and a dance studio. We offer a generous membership package that includes access to unlimited classes and the use of both gyms.


London Metropolitan University has accreditation from the following institutions:

  • British Psychological Society
  • Chartered Institute of Credit Management
  • Chartered Institute of IT (BCS)
  • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
  • Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply
  • Chartered Management Institute
  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • Royal Society of British Architects
  • Royal Society of Chemistry

London, England, United Kingdom