Through four faculties, London Metropolitan University provides a wide range of courses at foundation, undergraduate (bachelor), postgraduate (master) and research level. The faculties are; Sir John CASS Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, The Faculty of Business & Law, The Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing and The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.
What can I study at London Metropolitan University?
You can study:
A semester or two / Study abroad London Metropolitan University has many opportunities for international students wishing to spend a semester or year studying in London. The programs are designed to fit international academic calendars. At London Metropolitan University it is possible to combine subjects and choose modules (classes) from within and outside your subject area (at undergraduate level).
Diploma/Certificate A diploma is a certificate issued by London Metropolitan University after completion of a certain course of study. A diploma usually takes two semesters and at London Metropolitan University you can e.g. choose to study business management, science or law.
Bachelor's degree An undergraduate course (bachelor's degree) normally takes three years to complete at London Metropolitan University. An UG degree consists of many different modules. Fulltime students take 4 modules per semester. You will be studying some core modules, which are compulsory parts of the course, and some optional modules, which you can choose according to your own interests.
Master's degree Whether you're looking to change career direction, improve your job prospects or simply pursue a passion, London Metropolitan University is an excellent choice for postgraduate study.
Ph.d. As a London Metropolitan University research student you are provided with research training and have access to any Master level module that will be helpful to you. Your progress will be supported by your supervisors, school and the team in the Research and Postgraduate Office.
Contact our study advisors if you need help finding the degrees or courses you are looking for at London Metropolitan University. Our study guidance is free of charge.
When do the semesters start?
The year is divided into two semesters that begin in September (autumn) and January (spring), and we recommend that you apply as soon as you know what you want to study at London Metropolitan University.
Study programs at London Metropolitan University
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