London Metropolitan University History
The University of London Metropolitan has a rich history with strong educational roots from 1848. The University as it is today was founded in 2002 with the merger of London Guildhall University and North London University, the first merger of two universities in the United Kingdom. However, its roots lie firmly with the establishment of the Metropolitan Evening Classes for Young Men in 1848 in the nineteenth century.
London Metropolitan University Programs, Courses and Schools
London Metropolitan offers approximately 160-degree courses for 12,145 students (including 7,000 students from 155 countries across the country). The academic structure of the University consists of six schools. One of these schools is aligned with each course. Students studying in any of our schools have access to all our communal facilities (such as libraries, social spaces, cafés and restaurants) and each school also has areas of expertise that could mean that you are using specialized resources as part of your course. Our schools have links in sectors related to their specialist subject areas to relevant businesses, and the schools are also hotbeds of research undertaken by academics and PhD students.
London Metropolitan University Campuses
The main campus of the university is on Holloway Road in Islington's London Borough. There are smaller campuses in London's City of Aldgate and Moorgate. Aldgate houses the Art, Architecture and Design School of Sir John Cass and Moorgate is home to the Guildhall School of Business and Law.
London Metropolitan University Achievements
The architecture department was ranked 18th and 20th in the tables of the Guardian University League in 2011 and 2012. The university also entered the QS World University Ranking of the world's top universities for the first time at 651–700.
London Metropolitan University USP
The university invests over £ 700,000 annually in its scholarship program to help outstanding academically excellent students as well as students with outstanding achievements in various sporting disciplines such as hockey, tennis and basketball. The university provides £ 1000 for any of its international undergraduate students who achieve ' A ' grade marks. The university also offers postgraduate scholarships, a range of full tuition scholarships, including some free accommodation scholarships.
London Metropolitan University Notable Alumni
Helen Baker (author), Noel Clarke (director, screenwriter and actor), Alannah Currie (artist), Maimie McCoy (actress), Alison Moyet (pop singer).
London Metropolitan University Programs
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London Metropolitan University Cost of studies
Bachelors: GBP 12,250
Masters: GBP 15,860
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
London Metropolitan University Deadlines
Courses starting in January: December 3
Courses starting in September: August 9
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
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